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ELECTROMC SCIENCE

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4. The paper consists of ISO objective type questions. All questions carry equal marks.

5. Each question has four alternative responses marked A, B, C and D and you have to darken the

bubble fully by a Ball Point Pen corresponding to the correct response as indicated in the example

shown on the Answer Sheet.

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unforeseen happenings, the same may be brought to the notice of the Obsewer/Chief

Supenntcndent in writing. Suitable remedial measures will be. taken at the time of evaluation, it

necessary.

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ELECTRONIC SCIENCE

(A) 0.1 eV

(C) l.leV

(B) 0.7eV

(D) 2.1 eV

(A)

zero (B) l nano Amp

(C) 1 micro Amp (D) 1 milli Amp

With reverse bias voltage reverse cuirent in pn diodes varies

(A) linearly

(C) logaritlmmically

(B) exponentially

(D) negligibly

(A)

zero (B) micro Amps

(C) milli Amps (D) depends on temperature

The relationship of current through a Si pn diode and forward bias voltage is

(C) under constant voltage (D) in pulses

A Si junction diode exhibits properties of

2 IIIIIIIIII

Si devices can be used only upto a frequency of

(C) 100 MHz (D) 1 GHz

The number of junctions in a transistor is

(A) three

one (13)

two

(C)

(D) four

Number of junctions in a tunnel diode is

(A)

one

(B)

two

(C) three (D) four

ll.

(C) drain and gate

(D) supply voltage

(C) Common Base

(D) Cascode

by

(C) collector resistance

(D) bias net work

(A) high

(C) low

(D) zero

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15.

(A) wider

(C) same

I6.

(B) narrower

(D) depends on the circuit

(C) copper strip

(B) transistor

(D) F ET

change of 10 micro amp. This can give the hybrid parameter

(D) hie =l00 ohm

A transistor amplier has a voltage gain of lo. With negative voltage feed

back of feed back ratio 0.001, its bandwidth will be

An SCR conducts current of 200 mA when its gate voltage is 4 volt wrt

cathode. If the gate voltage falls to 2 volt, the collector current will be

(A) 200 mA

(C) 50 mA

20.

(B) 100 mA

(D) zero

(A) amplify low frequency signals

(C) produce square waves

(D) amplify signals at high equencies

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21.

A source delivers maximum power at lAmp into a load. Its internal resistance

is 10 ohms. Its voltage output

(C) will be 10 volts

22.

(D) will be 20 volts

1 Farad capacitor. The current through the circuit at 10 secs after switching on

will be

(C) lAmp

23.

(D) innity

10 ohm and a 1 Farad capacitor. The current through the circuit at 10 secs alter

switching on will be

(C) 1Arnp

24.

(D) innity

10 ohm, a 1 microFarad capacitor and a 10 milli Henry inductance. The

current through the circuit at 10 secs after switching on will be

(C) lAmp

25.

(D) innity

ohm, a 1 microFarad capacitor and a 10 milli I-Ieniy inductance. The current

through the circuit at 10 secs after switching on will be

(C) 1Amp

(D) innity

5 INIIIIIIIHIW

26.

1 microFarad capacitor and a 10 milli Henry inductance. The current through

the circuit at 10 seconds after switching on will be

(C) 1Amp

27.

(D) infinity

1 microFarad capacitor and a 10 milli Henry inductance. The current through

the circuit at 10 seconds after switching on will be

28.

A ideal voltage source has to provide to a load varying from 120 ohm to

1500 ohm. Its intemal impedance should be

(C) Sq Rt of 120 - 1500 olnn

29.

(D) infinity

(A) 1500 11]./S

(C) light

30.

(D) zero in/s

(B) equal to that of light

(C) depending on pennitivity

(D) proportional to power radiated

31.

(A) 36.6 cm

(C) 0.366 cm

(B) 3.66 cm

(D) 366cm

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32.

velocity

(A) of light

(C) zero

33.

(D) innity

A signal at 1 MHz and another at 3 MHz are travelling through the same

conductor. The result will be a signal at

(A) (1 + 3) MHz

(C) 1 MHz and 3 MHz

34.

(B) (3 1) MHz

(D) 4 MHz and 2 MHz

(B) audio cannot cover large distances due to attenuation

(C) high frequency carrier can travel long distance

(D) high frequency can easily be generated

35.

(B) upper sideband

(C) lower sideband

(D) upper and lower sideband

36.

in lower sideband is

(C)

skw (D) 10kW

37

frequency is

(A) 5 kW

(B) 2.5 kW

(C) zero

(D) small, only pilot carrier power

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38.

Frequency modulation results in a signal wlrich needs larger band width than

twice modulating signal. This statement is TRUE

(A) always

(B) for large power signals only

(C) for small modulation index

(D) for large modulation index

39.

(B) horizontal dipoles

(C) Yagi antennas

(D) Any of these

40.

41.

(C) circularly polarised (D)

42.

horizontally polarised

sometimes directional

(B) directional radiation can be achieved easier

(C) interfelence is minimal

(D) range accuracy is good

43.

(C) wave guides

(D) bre

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44.

(C) of all ranges

45.

(D) which are resonant

propagation of microwave signals at

46.

(A) 1GHz

(B) 5 GHz

(C) 10 GHZ

(B) ensure broad band operation

(C) prevent electron beam front spreading

(D) reduce noise figure

47.

(C) rectifying micro waves

48.

(A) AM

(C) pulse modulation

49.

(D) generating micro waves

(B) FM/PM

(D) all types

(C) protect cable from bending

(D) minimise VSWR

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50.

(B) can penetrate through ionosphere

(C) can travel with velocity greater than light velocity in free space

(D) are unaffected by noise

51.

An amplifier shows a gain of 1000 at 4 kHz, 707 at 7.1 kHz and at 100 Hz. Its

bandwidth is

52.

A symmetric two port network has series arms and shunt arm 120 ohms. Then

its characteristic impedance is

(A) 60_ohms

(C) 240 ohms

53.

(D) 360 ohms

dissipates half of this value. Then R0 =

(C) 1.5 ohm

1 ohm

54.

and a capacitance C = 0.1 micro Farad to a 10 V, ac source. At a frequency of

1590 Hz the resistance dissipates 10 Walls. At a frequency of 3180 Hz. the

resistance dissipates

10 IIHIIIII

$5.

and a capacitance C = 0.1 micro Farad to a 10 v, ac source. At a frequency of

1590 Hz the resistance dissipates 10 Watts. The voltage across the inductance

at this frequency is

(C) 50 v (D)

56.

and a capacitance C = 0.1 micro Farad to a 10 v, ac source. At a frequency of

1590 Hz the resistance dissipates 10 Watts. The voltage across the resistance

at this frequency is

(C) 50 v

S7.

10v

100v

10 V

(D) 100 v

L is

58.

59.

(A) 0.5 J

(D) zero

in L is

(C) lWatt

(D) 2Watt

will lead to

(C) fail in output impedance

(D) reduction in gain

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60.

(B) it does not give target range

(C) a transponder is required at target

(D) All of the above are disadvantages

61.

common emitter connected BIT?

(B) Increase in lg-50

(C) Increase in forward current gain

(D) Decrease in forward current gain

62.

amplier stage is

(A)

same (B) smaller

(C) larger (D) 10% larger

63.

64.

65.

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66.

(B) jump from valence to conduction band

(C) fall from conduction to valence band

(0) remain bound to their parent atoms

67.

When reverse bias voltage is applied to a Zener diode, electrons on the p side

(C) cross the barrier

68.

(D) stay on 11 side

In a tunnel diode electrons on the p side and holes on the 11 side can

(B) pass through the gap to other side

(C) pass through the gap to available sites on the other side

(D) pass through the gap to available sites on the other side on forward

bias

69.

(B) electrons repel each other

(C) velocity modulation occurs

(D) density modulation occurs

70.

(A) 2 MHz

(C) 200 MHz

71.

(B) 20 MHz

(D) 2000 MHZ

(B) large amplication and oscillation at 100 MHZ. only

(D) high frequency magnetic eld

13

72.

(B) wires must be very thick

(C) they get heated due to skin effect

(D) radiation losses occur

73.

74.

DC power supply

very high frequency power

75.

76.

(A)

V00 (B)

(C) junction temperature (D)

(A)

inferior

(C) the

same (B)

(D)

77.

superior

1.1 times better

78.

base voltage

doping level

provide audio alarm

FETs only

LCDs

14 IIIIIIIII

79.

two level voltages

(D) SCRs

(C) On OFF relays

80.

(B) most ICs are manufactuzed for SV

(C) noise margin is good

(D) 0 and 1 are 0V and 5V, as per international standards

A and B are binary variables. Then A + A is

(A) 0

(C) A

82.

(B) 1

(D) X(do11t care)

(A)

0 (B)

1

(C) A+B

(D) A.B

(C) E

(B) 1110

(D) F

What is the typical value for the ratio of cunent in a p-n junction diode in the

forward bias with that in the reverse bias?

(A)100

1 (B)

10

(C)

(D) 1000

85.

(A)ABC

A (B)

(C)

(D)B

1

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A logic circuit which can identify when two variables A and B axe not similar

is

(A) OR gate

(C) EXOR gate

87.

(D) EXNOR gate

A logic circuit which can identify when two variables A and B are similar is

(A) OR gate

(C) EXOR gate

(D) EXNOR gate

The number of bits in a product of two non zero binary numbers with 5 and 7

bits is

(A) 5

(C) 7+1

89.

(B) 7

(D) 5 + 7 - 1 or more

(B) O and 1 volts

(D) 0.8 volts and below and 3.2 volts and above

90.

on

(B) fractions

(C) + ve and ve binary numbers

(D) only on oating point numbers

A oating point representation has

(B) exponent and magnitude

(C) biased exponent and magnitude

(D) biased exponent and magnitude as fraction

16 IIIIIIIII

92.

range

(C) 0 to 2 power 8

93.

(D) 0-123

(A) 1MHz

(C) 100MHz

94.

(D)

10 MHZ

1 GHZ and above

(C) magnetic Tape

95.

(3)

(D) CCD

(B) density of devices in CPU

(C) speed of peripherals like printers

(D) speed of display devices

96.

(B) addition, logic operations and calculus

(C) with the help of algorithms any mathematical operation

(D) text processing in addition to all these with suitable codes

97.

(A) 2

(C) 4

(B) 3

(D) any

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98.

(B) data is in tenns of 8 bits

(C) ALU can operate on 8 bit numbers

(D) address bus is 8 bit

99.

A computer has a main memory RAM of 8192 bytes. Time taken to access

location number 10 is 100 nano second. Then time taken to access location

number 1000 is

(C) 10 micro second (D)

100.

(C) Magnetic tape

101.

(D) Semiconductor

Circuits in a digital computer use ICs with devices like transistors and FETS

and operate at clock speeds in many MHZ. Power supply for these circuits are

usually

(C) AC of frequency MHz

102.

1 micro second

1 millisecond

(B) 220 DC

(D) DC

(B) logic operation like AND,'OR etc

(C) amplification of low frequency signals only

(D) data conversion

103.

(A)

100 (B) 1000

(C) 10000 (D) 100000

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104.

(A)

10

Hz

(B)

(C) l K Hz (D)

105.

1 k ohm

10 M ohm

feed back path

(C) a capacitor

107.

100 KI-Iz

(A)

100 ohm (B)

(C) [00 k ohm (D)

106.

100 Hz

(B) an inductance

(D) diode connected transistor

specied as 0.5V/microsec. The inverting voltage input changes by 10 Volts.

Then the output voltage will change to 10 volts

(A) instantly

(B) after 5 1]1iC1O sec

(D) aer delay depending on the input wavefonn

108.

Cut off frequency of a first order low pass filter for R, :2.5!cQ and

C,--0.05,uF is

(C) 127.3 kHz (D)

109.

12.73 kHz

127.3 Hz

capacitance C. A square wave is fed to its inverting input. Then the output

will be triangular wave if input

(B) period is more than /2 .pi. RC

(C) voltage is g1'cateit'iian eff set

(D) voltage is less than off set

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110.

10 K ohm resistance. The out put is then of the order of

(B) 10 volt, input impedance 10 k ohm

(C) l volt, input impedance 100 k ohm

(D) 1 volt, input impedance 1 M ohm

111.

whose output is connected back to the first integrator. This will provide an

output of

(B) sinusoidal oscillation

(C) highly amplied signal

(D) perfect integrated input

112.

(C) order of collector current (D) negligible

M3.

(C) mega ohms

114.

(B) kohms

(D) innity

a current gain of 20. An input signal at 1 volt and current 0.1 milli amp is

applied to this stage. The output power is

(C) 100milliwatt's (D) distorted

20 IIIIIIIIIH

115.

An inverting op-amp 741 has a closed loop gain of 200. A sinusoidal input 1

volt at I k Hz is applied to its inverting input. If the supply voltage is Vcc, the

output will be

(B) sinusoidal 200v, 1 kHz

(C) near square wave, at Vcc , 1 kHz

(D) triangular, Vcc, 1 kHz

116.

(C) deflection of needle

117.

(D) both audio and video output

and the upper plate at 200vo1ts with reference to the lower plate. Then the

electron will gain an energy of

(A) 200 eV

(B) 5.93 x 200

(C) 200 X c ev where c is velocity of light

(D) 5.93 X 14.1 eV

118.

(B) horizontal deflection plates

(C) between cathode and anode

(D) the phosphor of the screen

119.

supply

(B) current proportional to the voltage

(C) 1 mV for deflection of 1 cm

(D) 10 mV for deflection 1 cm

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120.

horizontal sweep input are

(A) same

(B) related by integer multiple

(C) related by integer multiple and the screen has persistence

(D) related by integer multiple and the screen has persistence and signal

level is above a threshold

12].

(B) two independent equations

(C) specic boundary.conditions

(D) matrix of rank 1

122.

operational ampliers interconnected as

123.

Then x(!) is

(A) a constant

(C) =!"*2

124.

(B) = 1

(D) sin k t , where at = constant

(B) frequency scale need not start at zero

(C) large frequency range can be covered

(D) log is a liner operator

125.

(A) 10 dB

(C) 30 an

(B) 20 dB

(D) 40 an

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126.

(A) can

(c) -1 as

127.

128.

129.

(A) H 3 dB

(B) 6dB

(C) 0 dB

(D) 3dB

A matrix has its 1" row as 0,1. Its second row is 1,0. Its transpose is then

(A) same

(B) undened

(13) 4+j9

(D) 4+9

(C) lags by 90 deg

131.

(D) 10 dB

it is 7.07. Then power delivered is at

(A) 4j9

(C) 49

130.

(B) 1dB

(D) leads by 90 deg

across it

132.

Two inductances 100 m Henry and 200 in Henry are connected in parallel.

This will result in an inductance of

(C) 200 ~ 100 = 100 111 Henry

(D) 200 in Henry

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133.

134.

(A)

(B) 13

(C) 24 (D)

(A) in phase

(B) out of phase

(C) in phase in mid frequency

(D) out of phase in mid frequency

135.

136.

the voltage applied by 30 degrees. Voltage across the resistance R = 10 ohm

is 10 volts. Power dissipated in the resistance is then

(D) zero

Then

(A) B is transpose of A

(C) B is inverse of A

137.

(B) A is transpose of B

(D) B is hennitian of A

(B) number of rows of first equals number of columns of the second

(C) number of columns of first e'quals number of rows of the second

(D) they are square matrices

138.

(B) is its own inverse

(C) has rank zero

(D) has rank one less than number of rows

24 IIIMIIIIU

139.

are

(B) voltage ratios

(C) two ratios, one impedance and one admittance

(D) one voltage ratio, one current ratio, one impedance and one

conductance

140.

(B) instability

(C) large power dissipation

(D) phase shift greater than 180 deg

141.

A system is described by its transfer function which has poles at --1, +1 and

zeros at 0 and 2. The system is

(A) stable since poles are not greater than 1

(B) unstable since zero is at 2

(C) unstable due to pole at +1

(D) stable since Nyquist criterion is satised

I42.

system will

(B) oscillate because positive feed back exists

(C) larger band width than without feed back

(D) smaller gain than without feed back

I43.

(A) instability

(B) distortion only

(C) stability only

(0) stability as also reduces distortion

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144.

(B) steady DC plus saw tooth

(C) square waves or sinusoidal outputs

(D) damped sine waves

145.

146.

(B) complex

(D) constant

(C) exponential function

147.

1/ is

(A)

constant

(B)

(C) 1 / s + l

(D) S

148.

(where w is radian frequency, s is Laplace operator)

(A) jwL

(C)

1lsL(B)

(D)l/jwL

sL

149.

is

(A) sin 3:

(C) exp (-31)

150.

(D) EXP ( + 30

system is

(B) unstable

(A) oscillatoiy

(C) stable

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