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UNIT -1

PART A

designations for CCIR/IEEE/US military bands.

2. List out the advantages of micro-strip line over rectangular wave guide.

3. Determine the cut off frequency of the dominant mode for an air filled rectangular WG

when a/b = 2 with a = 4cm.

4. What is meant by the dominant mode of a waveguide? What is the dominant mode in

rectangular wave guide?

5. Determine the group velocity and phase velocity for a dominant mode propagating

through a waveguide of breadth 10cms at frequency 2.5GHz.

6. How are waveguides different from normal two wire transmission lines? Discuss the

similarities and dissimilarities.

9. Determine the group velocity and phase velocity for a dominant mode propagating

through a waveguide of breadth 10cms at frequency 2.5GHz.

10. List out the advantages of microstrip line over rectangular waveguide.

12. An X- band rectangular waveguide filled with a dielectric with r = 2.25 is operating at

f=9GHz. Calculate the phase and group velocities in the waveguide. (X Band WG the

dimensions are 2.286 x 1.016cm)

14. Apply the boundary conditions for TE mode along the boundary walls of the waveguide.

15. Calculate the group and phase velocities for an angle of incidence of 330

MWE JMTK ASSIGNMENT -1

Part B

19. Discuss the significance and advantage of dominant mode in rectangular waveguide.

20. A rectangular waveguide with a width of 4cm and a height of 2cm is used to propagate an

electromagnetic wave in the TE10 mode. Determine the wave impedance, phase velocity

and group velocity of the waveguide for the wavelength of 6cm.

21. Distinguish between TE and TM modes of the propagation in rectangular waveguide.

22. A wave frequency 6GHz is propagated in a parallel plane waveguide separated by 3cm.

calculate (i) the cut off wavelength for the dominant mode. (ii) wavelength in the

waveguide. (iii) the group and phase velocities. (iv) characteristic wave impedance.

23. What is a microwave spectrum bands? Explain briefly the applications of microwaves at

various frequency bands.

24. Explain the TE & TM modes of propagation in waveguides. Why TEM wave does not

exist in rectangular waveguide.

25. What are the advantages of dominant mode of propagation in rectangular waveguides.

26. Derive the field equation for dominant TE mode of propagation in rectangular

waveguide.

27. What are dominant and degenerate modes? What is the significance of dominant modes?

Indicate the dominant mode in rectangular wave guide and calculate fc for the same.

28. Design a rectangular waveguide so that the cut off frequency for the TE 10 mode is 14GHz

and the cut off frequency for TM11 mode is 3GHz.

29. Derive TMmn mode field equation in rectangular waveguide.

30. A rectangular waveguide has dimensions 2.5 x 5cms. Determine the guide wavelength of

4.5 cms for dominant mode.

31. Explain the wave impedance of a rectangular waveguide and derive the expression for the

wave impedance of TE and TM modes.

32. Calculate the cut off frequency of the following modes in a square waveguide 4cm x 4cm

TE10, TM11 and TE22.

33. Derive the expression for the characteristic impedance of microstrip lines.

34. Derive the field equations for rectangular waveguide in TE mode starting from maxwells

equations.

35. Why TEM wave is not possible in rectangular waveguide?

36. Determine the impedance of rectangular waveguide in TE and TM mode.

37. Draw the field line for the following modes of rectangular waveguide TE10, TM11,

TM12,TM22

38. A microstrip line is made of a copper conductor has 0.362mm width on a G-10 fiber

glass-epoxy board which is 0.30mm in height. The relative dielectric constant r of the

board material measured at 30GHz is 5.2. the microstrip line of 0.028mm thickness is

used for 15GHz. Assume the conductivity of copper is 5.96x10 7mho/cm. determine the

parameters given below:

(i) Characteristic impedance Z0 of the microstrip line

(ii) Surface resistivity Rs of the copper conductor

(iii) Conductor attenuation constant c

(iv) Quality factor Qc

UNIT-2

1. What is meant by cavity resonator? Derive the expression for the resonant frequency of the

rectangular cavity resonator.

2. Explain the working of a two hole directional coupler with a neat diagram and derive the

expression for the coupling and directivity of a two hole directional coupler.

MWE JMTK ASSIGNMENT -1

4. Explain the properties of E-plane & H-plane Tee with neat diagram.

5. Explain the working of a dielectric phase shifter with neat diagram.

6. Explain Faraday rotation with neat diagram and explain the working of a ferrite isolator.

7. Obtain the scattering matrix for a 3-port circulator and also prove that it is impossible to construct

a perfectly matched lossless, reciprocal 3-port junction.

8. What is the applications of circulator? Derive S Matrix calculations for circulator with neat

diagram.

9. What are different compositions and characteristics of ferrite components?

10. Derive the expression for rectangular cavity resonator.

11. Explain coupling factor, directivity and isolation using directional coupler.

12. Find the first five resonances of an air filled rectangular cavity with dimensions of a=5 cm, b=

4cm and c=10cm (dab).

UNIT-3

1. What are the limitations of conventional tubes at microwave frequencies. Explain hoe these

limitations can be overcome.

2. A reflex klystron having an accelerated field of 300v oscillates at a frequency of 10GHz with a

retarding field of 500v. if its cavity is returned to 9GHz, what should be the new value of the

retarding field for oscillations in the same mode to take place?

3. What are slow wave structures? Explain how a helical TWT achieves amplification.

4. Draw the equivalent circuit of a reflex klystron and discuss electronic admittance in detail. Use

relevant expression and plots. Mention the performance characteristics of reflex klystron?

5. Two cavity klystron is operated at 10GHz with V0 = 1200v, I0=30Ma, d=1mm, L=4cm and Rsh

=40K. neglecting beam loading. Calculate (i) input RF Voltage V1 for a maximum output

voltage, (ii) voltage gain and (iii) Efficiency.

6. The helical TWT has diameter of 2mm with 50turns per cm. calculate axial phase velocity and a

node voltage at which the TWT can be operated for useful gain.

7. Explain the principle of Two cavity klystron with a neat diagram?

8. The operating frequency of a reflex klystron is 5GHz, it has a DC beam of 250V, a repeller

spacing of 0.1cm for 13/4mode. Determine the maximum value of power and the corresponding

repeller voltage for a beam current of 60Ma.

9. Explain why there are four propagation constants in TWT and derive equations to these

propagation constants.

10. What is reflex klystron? Explain its operation with a neat diagram.

11. What are the limitations of conventional vacuum tubes to operate at microwave frequencies.

12. Explain the principle of working for two cavity klystron with velocity diagram.

13. What is need of Helix in TWT? Describe the amplification process for TWT.

Unit -4

A circular magnetron has the following parameters: cathode radius 2mm and anode radius is 4mm.

determine the hull cut off voltage if the magnetic flux density is 0.3Wb/m 2 and cut off magnetic flux

density if V0=15v.

Explain the mode operation of magnetron. How to separate it from other modes?.

MWE JMTK ASSIGNMENT -1

What are microwave solid state devices? Explain operation and applications of TEDs with neat

diagram.

UNIT -5

Calculate the SWR of a transmission system operating at 8GHz. Assume TE10 wave transmission

inside a wave guide of dimensions 3.5cm and 2.1cm. the distance measured between twice minimum

power points is 1mm on a slotted line.

Explain E-H plane Tee junction. Why a hybrid E-H plane Tee referred to as Majic Tee. Derive the

scattering matrix for all these Tees.

Determine the s-matrix of a 3-port circulator given insertion loss of 0.5dB, isolation of 20dB and

VSWR of 2.

Draw the block diagram and its operation for attenuation measurement using power ratio method.

What are the properties of S-matrix?. Derive the scattering matrix for a 3 port circulator?

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