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MOST EXPECTED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR 40% LDCE EXAMINATION FOR BSNL TTA TO BE HELD ON 27 - FEB- 2011

Answer all the Questions All questions carry equal Marks Time: 3 Hrs SECTION-I MAXIMUM MARKS50

All the rough work should be done at the back side of the answer sheet. What is 3 phase current and what are its advantages? 3-phase power comes in two configurations: three wire and four wire. The three wire system is called a "Delta" and was used in old manufacturing plants. It is less safe, but machines would continue to run if one phase developed a fault. Power companies will not furnish a Delta System now. The four wire system uses a common neutral conductor and is referenced to ground, thereby is safer and much more stable. Advantages: Three phase motors are much simpler and more reliable than single phase motors, and you get 1.73 times the power with 1.5 times the wire. 1 2 In a 3 phase system, the voltages are separated by A. 45° B 90° C 120° D 180° In a delta-connected source driving a delta -connected load, the C

A load voltage and line voltage are one-third the source voltage for a given phase B. load voltage and line voltage are two-thirds the source voltage for a given phase C. load voltage and line voltage cancel for a given phase D. load voltage, line voltage, and source phase voltage are all equal for a given phase D D

3. In a certain three-wire Y-connected generator, the phase voltages are 2 kV. The magnitudes of the line voltages are A 2000V B3000V C 3464V D 666V C

4. A single-phase sinusoidal voltage of 120 V is connected to a 90 load. Current in the circuit is A. 13.3 mA B. 133 mA C. 1.33 A D. 6.2 A C

5.A three-phase generator is connected to three 90 ohms load resistors. Each coil generates 120 V ac. A common neutral line exists. How much current flows through the common neutral line? 6 In a 3 phase system when the loads are perfectly balanced, the neutral current is A maximum B 1/3 rd of Maximum C 2/3 rd of Maximum D zero D

7. The power consumption in a 3 phase Delta connection is A. More than Star connection B. Less than Star connection C. Remain unchanged D. √3 times the Star connection 8. In a 3Phase Delta connection the line current is A.√3 times the Phase current B. 3 times the Phase Current C. Both line and phase currents are similar. D. Less than the phase current as there is no 4th wire neutral. 9 A 4 wire poly phase connection is termed as A.A Delta to Star connection B. A Star to Delta connection C. A Delta connection with phase angle 120 degrees D. A Star connection with phase angle 120 degrees 10 The line voltage in a 4 wire star connection is 415 v. what would be its phase voltage? A. 240 V approximately. B. 215 V approximately. C. 315 V approximately. D. 400 V approximately. 11. The equation for calculation of 3 phase power supply in case of Star Delta connections. A. VL x IL x cos Φ watts B.√3 V ph x I ph x cos Φ watts C. both A&B D. V x I KW 12. Two inductances L1and L2 are connected in parallel. The equivalent Inductance L= A. L1 x L2 / L1 +L2 Henries B L1 x L2 Henries C L1 +L2 Henries D L1 +L2 / L1 x L2 Henries 13.The impedance of a n AC series circuit is 5 ohms and the power factor is 0.8 Calculate the Resistance A.0.4 ohms B.1.4ohms C 40ohms D. 4 ohms 14. A balanced load of (30+j40) ohms is connected to AC supply of 250 V Calculate the current and power factor of the circuit A. current 5A and pf is 0.6 lagging B. current 6A and pf 0.5lagging C current 6A and pf 0.6 lagging D current 60A and pf 0.8 lagging

15. The triangle formed by R, ( XL –XC), and Z is called A. Isosceles triangle B. Load triangle C. Impedance triangle D. Sine wave triangle 16.In AC circuits, ώL represents A. impedance of the circuit B. power factor of the supply C. Inductive reactance of the circuit D. capacitve reactance of the circuit. 17.What is the condition for Resonance in series AC circuits? A. Resonance in AC circuits occurs when both inductive and capacitive reactance are similar B Resonance in AC circuits occurs when inductive reactance is slightly more than capacitive reactance C Resonance in AC circuits occurs when capacitive reactance is much more than inductive reactance D. is not Equal to XC 18. Formula for calculating the series resonance in AC circuits A ½f√LC B1/2f√LCл C1/2√LC D1/2л√LC 20 In AC RLC Circuits,At series resonance A.R=L B.C=R C.Z=R D L=Z 21 The peak voltage of a particular sine wave is measured as 340V. What would be the RMS value of the sine wave? A249.68V B.240.68V C 300V D None of the above

what is the formula to determine the power consumption in a DC circuit? A. 1ohm C. Allthe three 11. 6.500mA . 1.the unit of power consumption in a DC circuits is A Watts B Volts C Amperes D Ohms 12 A torch bulb is rated at 2. What is the formula for calculating the power consumption in DC circuits A) VxR watts B) IxR wattsC) V/Rwatts D) V/Rwatts ( ) 5. AND BASIC ELECTRONICS.4 ohms is connected to a 12 V battery . The unit of measurement of current is A) Volt B) Ohms C) Amperes D) None of the above 7. Calculate the heat produced in the bulb? ( ( ) ) ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) . B.II DIRECT CURRENT D. According to Ohm's Law the current is A) Directly proportional to applied voltage across terminals B) Inversely proportional to applied voltage across terminals ( ) C) Directly proportional to Resistance of the conductor D) Inversely proportional to applied square of the voltage across terminals 2.0. The unit of measurement of potential difference across two terminals is A) Volt B) Ohms C) Amperes D) None of the above 8.5 Volts C 0. VxI. IxR D. What is the potential drop across the filament of the bulb A 25V B2.5V. When a current of 10 amps is flowing through a conductor connected across P.V/R C. The unit of measurement of a resistance is A) coulombs B) Ohms C) Amperes) D) None of the above. 0.25 Volts D none of the above 10. 0. A current of 0.5 amps is flowing through an electric Bulb whose resistance is 0.5 Ohms 13. Application of Ohm's Law is A) Independent of Temperature B) Dependent on Temperature C) Independent of Power factor D) Dependent on Power factor ( ) ( ) • 4.001ohm D. Find its resistance ? A)100 Ohms B10 Ohms C 1Ohm D. zero ohms B.C CIRCUITS APPLICATION OF OHM'S LAW.1ohm ( ) 9. According to Ohm's Law the current is A) VxR B) V/I C) V/R D) None of the above 3. the resistance of the conductor is A.A resistance of 14.5 ohms.D of one Volt.

are connected in Parallel? A. Two similar bulbs whose filament resistance is 200 ohms are connected to a supply of 200 V DC. the total resistance is equal to A. R= R1+R2/R1-R2 ohms D. R= R4+R3+R2+R1 C. 1/R = 1/R1-1/R2+1/R3-1/R4 C. ( ) ( ) 20. Equal to half of the individual resistance D Equal to half of the sum of the two individual resistances. R= R1xR2/R1+R2 ohms 18.0 Amps C.R2.What is the formula for calculating the Effective or Total resistance of the circuit when four resistances R1. R= R1+R3+R4 D.R2.Two resistances of 6ohms and 3 ohms are connected in parallel. None of the above ( ) 16.0 Amps D No current flows ( ) . the effective resistance is A18 Ohms B 2 Ohms C 9 Ohms D 3 Ohms 19 When two resistances of equal value are connected in parallel.R4 are connected end to end? A. Equal to product of the individual resistances C.R3. Sum of all the individual resistances connected end to end D. What is the formula for calculating the Effective or Total resistance R of the circuit when four resistances R1. R= R2-R1 ohms C. What is the formula for calculating the Effective or Total resistance of the circuit when Two resistances R1.R4 are connected in Parallel? A.R3. Equal to double the individual resistances B. 100Watts ( ) 14.12 Watts C10 Watts D. 0. Sum of first and Last resistances ( ) 15.2.4 Watts B.When the resistances are connected in series. What is the current flowing through each bulb? A. Sum of all odd no of resistances B. 1/R = 1/R1+1/R2+1/R3+1/R4 D. 14.R2. 1/R4 = 1/R1+1/R2+1/R3+!/R4 ( ) B. the Total Resistance of the branch is A.5 amps B 1. None of the above 17. Sum of all even no of resistances C. R= R1+R2+R3-R4 B.A. R= R1+R2 ohms B.

16amps ) 23 Calculate the voltage supply needed to produce a current of 12 A with a 48 ohms resistor? A. A resistor allows a current of 0. What current would flow if the same resistor is connected to 12. what current would flow? A.48 V ( ) 29 What current would flow through a resistor of 40 ohms connected to a 10V supply? A 25 Amps B 2.6 amps when connected to a supply of 9.3 Amps ( ) 31 What value of resistor would be used to permit a flow of current 0.80 amps B.8 V B 48V C 480V D 0.0003A B0. Power consumed in circuit is (A) 33 watt (B) 67 watt (C) 100 watt (D) 300 watt.2 V D12V ( ) 25 What current would flow when a resistor of 20 ohms connected to a 12V car battery? A. 8.2 Amps connected across 6V supply A 0. 120Amps B12Amps C 60 amps D0.3 ohms C3. The wire is stretched to double its length.2 amps ( ) 27 Find the size of the resistor which would limit the current to a value of 0.Two bulbs marked 200 watt-250 volts and 100 watt-250 volts are joined in series to 250 volts supply.4ohms D4 ohms ( ) 28 What supply voltage is needed to provide a current of 1. Calculate the total current which would flow when connected to a supply of 15V supply? A 0.002 amps when connected to 8V supply A400ohms B40ohms C0.03 Amps D 0.0 amps D. then its resistance in ohms is (A) r / 2 (B) 4 r (C) 2 r (D) r / 4.2 Amps through a 40 Ohms resistor? A 4.8 V supply? ( A.03 ohms B 0.0 Ohms D 30 Ohms ( ) 31Resistivity of a wire depends on (A) length (B) material (C) cross section area (D) none of the above.6 Amps ( ) 26 A 100 ohms resistor is connected to a supply of 20 V.3 ohms connected across 9V battery? A 300Amps B.576V ( ) 24 calculate the voltage across 300 ohms resistor when a current of 0.21 What value of current would be permitted to flow through a resistance of 0. ( ) 33. ( ) 32 Resistance of a wire is r ohms.003A C 0.6 volts.12V C1.012V B 0. 0.8 amps C.25 Amps D none of the above ( ) 30 The total resistance of a series combination is 500 ohms.5 Amps C 0.004 amps flows through it/ A O.0. C5amps D0. 30Amps C10Amps D3 Amps ( ) 22. 200Amps B 20amps.25 V B 4V C60 V d. ( ) .

Which of the following bulbs will have the least resistance ? (A) 220 V. P= V2G C) G= P / I2 (D) I =√ (P / R) 40 . I = Current. ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) . The resistances are ( ) (A)3 ohms and 6 ohms (B)3 ohms and 9 ohms (C)1.Three equal resistors connected in series across a source of emf together dissipate 10 watts of power. 36 . 35. 60 W (D) 115 V.We have three resistances of values 2 Ω. ( ) 38. ( ) 36 Two resistances R1 and R2 give combined resistance of 4. (A) 4 (B)2 (C) 1 / 2 (D) 1 / 4 ( ( ( ) ) ) 41The ratio of the resistance of a 100 W. What would be the power dissipated in the same resistors when they are connected in parallel across the same source of emf? (A) 10 watts (B) 30 watts (C) 90 watts (D) 270 watts. 1 W (C) 2 kΩ.Four identical resistors are first connected in parallel and then in series. Conductance is expressed in terms of (A) ohm / m (B) m / ohm (C) mho / m (D) mho. 1/2 W.5 ohms.34. 200 V lamp is (A) 100 ohm (B) 200 ohm (C) 400 ohm (D) 1600 ohm. which of the following relation is incorrect? (A) V = √ (PR) (B). ( ) 39 . 43 Two 1 kilo ohm. 100 W (C) 115 V. 1/2 W resistors are connected in series.5 ohms when in series and 1 ohm when in parallel. Which of the following combination will give an effective resistance of 4 Ω? (A) All the three resistances in parallel (B) 2 Ω resistance in series with parallel combination of 3 Ω and 6 Ω resistance (C) 3 Ω resistance in series with parallel combination of 2 Ω and 6 Ω resistance (D) 6 Ω resistance in series with parallel combination of 2 Ω and 3 Ω resistance. 2 W (D) l kΩ. 60 W (B) 220 V. 1/2 W (B) 2 kΩ. Their combined resistance value and wattage will be (A) 2 kΩ.5 ohms and 3 ohms (D)1. 3 Ω and 6 Ω. 110 V lamp will be nearly 42 The resistance of a 100 W. R = Resistance and G = Conductance.A circuit contains two un-equal resistances in parallel (A) current is same in both (B) large current flows in larger resistor (C) potential difference across each is same (D) smaller resistance has smaller conductance. 220 V lamp to that of a 100 W. 37.5 ohms and 0.When P = Power. The resultant resistance of the first combination to the second will be (A) 1 / 16 times (B) 1 / 4 times (C) 4 times (D) 16 times. 100 W. V = Voltage.

Ohm's law is not applicable in all the following cases Except (A) Electrolytes (B) Arc lamps (C) Insulators (D Vacuum ratio values 49 . ( ( ) ) ( ) ( ) ( ) (A)Wire wound resistors (B)Thin film resistors (C)Thick film resistors (D)All of the above. ( ( ( ( D) current ( ) ) ) ) ) 53 The rating of fuse wire is expressed in terms of (A) Ohms (B) Mhos (C) Amperes (D) Watts.Which material is expected to have least resistivity? (A) Copper B) Lead (C) Mercury (D) Zinc.2. 54 Which of the following material is not used as fuse material? (A) Silver (B) Copper (C) Aluminum (D) Carbon.The element of electric heater is made of (A) copper (B) steel 50 Variable resistors are (C) carbon (D) nichrome. 45 Three 3 ohm resistors are connected to form a triangle. A Kilowatt/ hour is a unit of A energy B) power ( ) 57 A 12 ohms resistance is connected across a voltage source of 12V.2 (B) 3. 51 A heating element of a hot plate on an electric cooking range draws 12 amperes from 240 V mains.44 Which method can be used for absolute measurement of resistances ? ( ) (A)Ohm's law method (B)Wheatstone bridge method (C)Releigh method (D) Lortentz method.6 (C) 6. The equivalent resistance between the points A and B will be (A) 35 ohms (B) 25 ohms (C) 15 ohms (D) 5 ohms. It will be equivalent to the lamp of 56. (A) 50 W (B) 40 W (C) 25 W (D) 10 W. ( ) 46 . 52. How many kWh of energy will be consumed in one hour and 15 minutes (A) 1. 47 Ohm's law is not applicable to (A) DC circuits (B) high currents (C) small resistors (D) semi-conductors 48 . What is the resistance between any two of the corners? (A) 3 / 4 ohms (B) 3 ohms (C) 2 ohms (D) 4/3 ohm.0 (D) 7. C) electric charge 55. A lamp of 100 W at 200 V is supplied current at 100 volts.What is he Power dissipated in the resistor? .Five resistances are connected as shown in figure below.

Impedance is very high. An element which falls somewhere between being an Insulator and a conductor is called a: a. an isotope c. D. a positive ion b. a radioactive atom ========= Answer is a ========= 65.N-type conductor ========= Answer is c ========= 63. Impedance of the volt meter does not change the load current. hence no change in load current B. the protons and the neutrons orbit the nucleus in opposite Directions b. a negative ion d. an insulator c. intrinsic conductor c. 61. the protons orbit around the neutrons c. why do we connect a voltmeter in parallel to the load? A. a semiconductor ========= Answer is d ========= 62. the electrons and the neutrons orbit the nucleus ========= Answer is c ========= 64. semiconductor d. What is the terminal voltage? A. None of the above. the electrons orbit the nucleus d.2V 59.12V D1. Impedance is too low hence no change in load current C. a conductor b. The element Silicon is: a.Two 12 V Car Batteries are connected in parallel. a superconductor d.A12W B1/12W C1. a magnetic field .The instrument used to measure P.4V C. P-type conductor b. In an atom: a. The sum of two resistances is 9 ohms and their product is 18 ohms find the total resistance when they are connected in parallel A 9 ohms B18 ohms C 2 Ohms D 20 ohms 60.D across a load is called A Ammeter B potentiometer C Volt meter D Load meter ( ) 60. An electric current passing through a wire will produce Around the conductor: a.2W D24W ( ( ) ) 58. An atom that loses an electron becomes: a. an electric field b. 24V B2.

power ========= Answer is c ========= 70. like c. soft iron ========= Answer is a ========= 68. an insulator b. The better conductor of electricity is: a. The term describing opposition to electron flow in a Metallic circuit is: a. lead acid battery========= Answer is d ========= 73. an inductor d. a resistor d. The substance which will most readily allow an Electric current to flow is: a. voltage c. unlike b. carbon resistor c. current b. copper b. p-channel FET b. a conductor c. a magnet========= Answer is a ========= 72. an insulator b.c. aluminum d. negative ========= Answer is b ========= 67. These magnetic poles repel: a. silicon d. a conductor c. positive d. copper c. nothing ========= Answer is b ========= 66. contains an electrolyte . aluminum ========= Answer is a ========= 69. has two terminals b. The following is a source of electrical energy: a. carbon c. An important difference between a common torch battery and a lead acid battery is that only the lead acidbattery: a. an electrostatic field d. resistance d. a dielectric ========= Answer is b ========= 71. germanium diode d. The plastic coating formed around wire is: a. steel b. This material is better for making a permanent magnet: a.

does not let electricity flow through it c.photons ========= Answer is b ========= 76. copper. decreases c. becomes negative ========= Answer is a ========= 75. wood c. paper ========= Answer is c ========= 80. As temperature increases. the current carriers are: a. copper. farad . capacitance d. lets electricity flow through it ========= Answer is b ========= 78. copper. the current carriers are: a. aluminium. gold. resistance c. rubber. positive ions d. The name for the flow of electrons in an electric circuit is a. carbon b. can be re-charged d. the resistance of a metallicconductor: a. electrons c. In a p-type semiconductor. air. lets electricity flow through it in one direction b. aluminium d. air.c. porcelain ========= Answer is d ========= 79.holes ========= Answer is d ========= 77. positive ions d. can be effectively discharged ========= Answer is c ========= 74. wood. silver. photons b. plastic. In an n-type semiconductor. glass. porcelain c. voltage b. plastic. An electrical insulator: a. Four good electrical insulators are: a. gold. mica b. paper. electrons c. increases b. Three good electrical conductors are: a. lets electricity flow through it when light shines on it d. remains constant d. glass. aluminium d. ampere b. current ========= Answer is d ========= Measurement Units: 81 The unit of impedance is the: a. glass. holes b. silver. wood. gold.

0. 100 volt c. ampere b. reactance with reluctance b. 2000 uV d.5 ampere c. 250 milliampere ========= Answer is d ========= 85.coulomb ========= Answer is b ========= 88. magnetic flux c. 10 volt b.000 volt ========= Answer is c ========= 84. The watt is the unit of: a. 1000 volt d.ohm ========= Answer is d ========= 82. One kilohm is: a.2000 MV ========= Answer is a ========= 87. 10 ohm b. 10. One kilovolt is equal to: a.01 ohm c. breakdown voltage ========= Answer is a ========= 86. One mA is: a.25 milliampere d. ohm d. 250 microampere b. Impedance is a combination of: a. one millionth of one ampere b. reactance with radiation ========= Answer is c ========= 89.c.001 ohm d. electromagnetic field strength d. one tenth of one ampere . The voltage 'two volt' is also: a. volt c. 0. 2000 mV b. 0. 0. The unit for potential difference between two points in a circuit is the: a. resistance with conductance c. 2000 kV c. power b. 1000 ohm ========= Answer is d ========= 83. One quarter of one ampere may be written as: a. henry d. one thousandth of one ampere c. resistance with reactance d.

The voltage across the resistor will be: a. A current of 2 ampere flows through a 16 ohm resistance. 125 kilohm c. 18 volt d. Ohm's Law b. 2220 volt b. The voltage across a resistor carrying current can be calculated using the formula: a. one millionth of admittance ========= Answer is b ========= 90. 1. 125 ohm b. The applied voltage is: a. I = E/R is a mathematical equation describing: a.R [voltage equals current minus resistance] c. 8 volt b. 22. watt c. E = I . 500 volt d. Thevenin's Theorem c. 50 volt c. The voltage to cause a current of 4.d.8 milliampere is: a. resistor 91. ohm d. A current of 5 ampere in a 50 ohm resistance produces a potential difference of: a. 5000 volt ========= Answer is a ========= 93. E = I x R [voltage equals current times resistance] d.25 kilohm ========= Answer is b ========= 94. The value of a resistor to drop 100 volt with a current of 0. 45 volt . E = I + R [voltage equals current plus resistance] b. 20 volt b. Kirchoff's First Law d.0 volt d. 5 volt b. 14 volt c. E = I / R [voltage equals current divided by resistance] ========= Answer is c ========= 92. 220 volt c.222 volt ========= Answer is b ========= 96. farad b. 0.4 ampere in a 50 ohm resistance is: a. Kirchoff's Second Law ========= Answer is a ========= 95. 1250 ohm d. A 10 mA current is measured in a 500 ohm resistor. 32 volt ========= Answer is d ========= 97. The unit of resistance is the: a.

R = E / I [resistance equals voltage divided by current] ========= Answer is d ========= 104. A circuit has a total resistance of 100 ohm and 50 voltis applied across it. 12 + 8 amps ========= Answer is a ========= 102. reduced to 3 volt c. I = E x R [current equals voltage times resistance] b. 225 volt ========= Answer is a ========= 99. 55 volt d.R [current equals voltage minus resistance] ========= Answer is b ========= 101. R = E / R [resistance equals voltage divided by resistance] d. When an 8 ohm resistor is connected across a 12 volt supply the current flow is: a. 100 ohm . 2 ampere d. R = E x I [resistance equals voltage times current c. 5 volt b. 175 volt d.8 amps d. I = E / R [current equals voltage divided by resistance] c.5 ampere flows through a resistance when 6 volt is applied. To change the current to 0. The following formula gives the resistance of a circuit: a. 250 volt ========= Answer is d ========= 98. I = E + R [current equals voltage plus resistance] d. The current flow will be: a. 20 ampere ========= Answer is b ========= 103.c. 10 ohm b. A resistor with 10 volt applied across it and passing a current of 1 mA has a value of: a.25 ampere the voltage must be: a. 8 / 12 amps c. reduced to zero ========= Answer is b ========= 100 The current flowing through a resistor can be calculated by using the formula: a. increased to 12 volt b. 50 mA b. This voltage is needed to cause a current of 200 mA to flow in a lamp of 25 ohm resistance: a. 8 volt c. held constant d. R = I / E [resistance equals current divided by voltage] b.500 mA c. A current of 0. 12 . I = E . 12 / 8 amps b.

depends upon the voltage drop across each branch c. The value of the resistor is: a.25 mA c. If a 3 volt battery causes 300 mA to flow in a circuit.8 ohm c. 24 ohms ========= Answer is d ========= 107. 1 kilohm d.5 ohms c. the current flow is: a. 2.2 kilohm c. 400 A ========= Answer is a ========= 111. 5 ohm d. supply voltage b. If a 12 volt battery supplies 0. 1. the circuit's resistance is: a.5 megohm ========= Answer is d ========= 108. 0.15 ampere to a circuit. 230 ohm b.c.15 ohm b. 1600 ohm d. could be equal to the resistance of one branch . 80 ohm ========= Answer is d ========= 110. 17 ohms d. 10 kilohm ========= Answer is d ========= 105. 40 A d. the circuit resistance is: a. 1. 3 ohm ========= Answer is a ========= 106.5 mA b. is always less than the smallest resistance b. electrical resistance ========= Answer is d ========= 109. electrical pressure c. 12 ohm d. The ohm is the unit of: a. 12. 0. 9 ohm c. 6 ohms b. current flow d. If a 4800 ohm resistor is connected to a 12 volt battery. The total resistance in a parallel circuit: a. A current of 0. The resistor which gives the greatest opposition to current flow is: a.5 ampere flows through a resistor when 12 volt is applied. 10 ohm b.

6 V d. 240 . If each resistor is 1000 ohms.d. 12 V b. 50 b. The total current in a parallel circuit is equal to the: a.30 c. 80 ampere d. 60 volt . series with the supply b. The supply voltage to cause the bulbs to light normally is: a. 240 + 12 c. 30 volt b. 2 V========= Answer is a ========= 117. You can operate this number of identical lamps. This many 12 volt bulbs can be arranged in series to form a string of lights to operate from a 240 volt power supply: a. depends upon the applied voltage ========= Answer is a ========= 112.2 V c.5 ========= Answer is c ========= 116. 1. The voltage drop across one of theresis tors is: a. One way to operate a 3 volt bulb from a 9 volt supply is to connect it in: a. 40 milliampere c. applied voltage divided by the value of one of the resistive elements d. parallel with the supply c.000 ohm resistors are connected in series across a 90 volt supply. current in any one of the parallel branches b. Three 10. parallel with a resistor ========= Answer is c ========= 115. 40 ampere b.12 d. 20 d. sum of the currents through all the parallel branches c. from a 5A supply: a. each drawing a current of 250 mA. 12 x 240 b. Six identical 2-volt bulbs are connected in series. Two resistors are connected in parallel and are connected across a 40 volt battery. 80 milliampere ========= Answer is d ========= 113. the total battery current is: a. series with a resistor d. source voltage divided by the sum of the resistive elements ========= Answer is b ========= 114. 240 / 12 ========= Answer is d ========= 118.

35 ohm ========= Answer is a ========= 122. 3900 ohm c. The total resistance of several resistors connected in series is: a. voltage capacity c.2 volt. equal to the highest resistance present d. 1 ohm b. The total resistance of this parallel circuit is: a. The total resistance of the combination is: a. internal resistance b.c. 15. 40 ohm ========= Answer is c ========= 120. 9 ohm b. 10 ohms d. The total resistance is: a. Two resistors are connected in parallel. 270. electrolyte becoming dry d. current capacity ========= Answer is a ========= 121. When supplying a large current the voltage drops to 1. A 6 ohm resistor is connected in parallel with a 30 ohm resistor. This is due to the cell's: a. This combination of series resistors could replace a single 120 ohm resistor: a. 24 ohm d. 5 ohms c. greater than the resistance of any one resistor c. less than the resistance of any one resistor b.8 volt ========= Answer is a ========= 119. Five 10 ohm resistors connected in series give a total resistance of: a. 4280 ohm d. Resistors of 10. 70 ohm c. 30 ohm d.5 volt. R1 is 75 ohm and R2 is 50 ohm. 10 ohm ========= Answer is c ========= 125. 3900. 10 ohm b. six 22 ohm . 8 ohm c. equal to the lowest resistance present ========= Answer is b ========= 123. and 100 ohm are connected in series. 90 volt d. five 24 ohm b. 5 ohm b. 50 ohms ========= Answer is d ========= 124. A dry cell has an open circuit voltage of 1.

272 ohm ========= Answer is b ========= 129.1 megohm b.10R c. 47 kilohm. 30 ohm c. greater than 47 kilohm ========= Answer is a ========= 130. 60 ohm d. between 560 and and 47 kilohm d. If ten resistors of equal value R are wired in parallel. three 47 ohm resistors in series d. The total resistance of four 68 ohm resistors wired in parallel is: a. two 62 ohm d. 12 ohm b.2 megohm and a 100 kilohm resistor are connected in series. The following resistor combination can most nearly replace a single 150 ohm resistor: a. Resistors of 68 ohm. The faulty resistor had an original value of: a. the total resistance is: a. between 68 and 560 ohm c. A has half the resistance of B b. 10/R d. 2. 15 ohm b.11 megohm c. four 47 ohm resistors in parallel b. 2.c. 2. 560 ohm and 10 ohm are connected in parallel. R b. the total resistance is: a. 17 ohm c.3 megohm ========= Answer is d ========= 127. 120 ohm ========= Answer is c ========= 132. If a 2.21 megohm d. five 100 ohm ========= Answer is a ========= 126. 34 ohm d. Resistor A carries twice the current of resistor B which means that: a. Two resistors are in parallel. less than 10 ohm b. B has half the resistance of A . The total resistance is: a. five 33 ohm resistors in series ========= Answer is c ========= 131. 2.R/10 ========= Answer is d ========= 128. Two 120 ohm resistors are arranged in parallel to replace a faulty resistor. five 33 ohm resistors in parallel c.

then placed in series with another two in parallel ========= Answer is c ========= 135. 60 ohms b. Two 33 ohm resistors are connected in series with a power supply. 2 ampere d. 200 ohm by arranging them in para llel ========= Answer is d ========= 134. A simple transmitter requires a 50 ohm dummy load.5 amperes ========= Answer is b ========= 138.5 ampere b. The total resistance of the combination is: a. 4. 0. 50 ohm by arranging them in series b. The total current flowfrom the supply is: a. a combination of two resistors in parallel. five 300 ohm resistors in parallel . Three 12 ohm resistors are wired in parallel and connected to an 8 volt supply. 66 volt b.c. three resistors in parallel c. 15 ampere ========= Answer is b ========= 137. 200 ohm by arranging them in series d. then placed in series with another resistor d. Two 100 ohm resistors connected in parallel are wired in series with a 10 ohm resistor. A 5 ohm and a 10 ohm resistor are wired in series andconnected to a 15 volt power supply. 1 ampere c. 3. 190 ohms d. 1 ampere b. The current flowing from the power supply is: a. 2 amperes c. the voltage across A is twice that across B d. a combination of two resistors in parallel.3 volt d. the voltage across B is twice that across B ========= Answer is a ========= 133. 210 ohms ========= Answer is a ========= 136. You can fabricate this from: a. The following combination of 28 ohm resistors has a total resistance of 42 ohm: a. The smallest resistance that can be made with five 1 k ohm resistors is: a. 50 ohm by arranging them in parallel c. three resistors in series b. 33 volt c. 180 ohms c. If the current flowing is 100 mA. four 300 ohm resistors in parallel b. 1 volt ========= Answer is c ========= 139. 3 amperes d. the voltage across one of the resistors is: a.

10 watt d. 20 watt c. 12 watt c. 2 watt c. The DC input power is: a.5 watt . The DC input power of a transmitter operating at 12 volt and drawing 500 milliamp would be: a. 300 watt b. 1000 ohm to 500 ohm d. 2. 500 ohm to 1000 ohm c. 0. The power dissipated is: a.000 watt ========= Answer is b ========= 146. 1 watt d. When two 500 ohm 1 watt resistors are connected inseries. A current of 500 milliamp passes through a 1000 ohm resistance. 1 watt b. When two 1000 ohm 5 watt resistors are connected in Parallel. seven 300 ohm resistors in parallel ========= Answer is c ========= 140. 20 watt d. A transmitter power amplifier requires 30 mA at 300 volt. 100 watt d. six 300 ohm resistors in parallel d. 1000 ohm to 1500 ohm ========= Answer is a ========= Power calculations 141. 6 watt ========= Answer is c ========= 142. The power Dissipated is: a.c. 4 watt b. 1500 ohm to 1000 ohm b. 40 watt b. 9000 watt c. they can dissipate a maximum total power of: a. The current in a 100 kilohm resistor is 10 mA. 1/2 watt ========= Answer is b ========= 144. Three 500 ohm resistors are wired in series. Short circuitingthe centre resistor will change the value of the network from: a. 500 watt ========= Answer is a ========= 143. the maximum total power that can be dissipated byboth resistors is: a. 5 watt ========= Answer is c ========= 145. 10. 9 watt d. 6 watt b.25 watt b. 10 watt c.

5 amp c. The power dissipated is: a. volt and ampere b. 30 watt c. The antenna current is: a.1 watt . 0. voltage and inductance d.01 watt b. 25 watt d. 25 amp b. resistance and capacitance b. The unit for power is the: a. The effective antenna resistance is 20 ohm.25 ampere. The following two electrical units multiplied together give the unit "watt": a. 10 watt ========= Answer is a ========= 148. 20 watt b. farad and henry d. 1. 5 amp ========= Answer is d ========= 150. If 200 volt is applied to a 2000 ohm resistor. The following two quantities should be multiplied together to find power: a. 10 amp d.watt c. A 20 ohm resistor carries a current of 0. ohm b. 5 watt c. ampere and henry ========= Answer is a ========= 153. volt ========= Answer is b ========= 151. the resistor will dissipate: a.25 watt b. 2. 0. 10 watt d. inductance and capacitance ========= Answer is b ========= 152. The power delivered to an antenna is 500 watt. voltage and current c.50 watt d. ampere d. 250 watt ========= Answer is d ========= 147. volt and farad c. 2.c. The power dissipation of a resistor carrying a current of 10 mA with 10 volt across it is: a. 40 watt ========= Answer is a ========= 149.

100 watt ========= Answer is a ========= 155. resistance d. the battery load is: a. If two 10 ohm resistors are connected in series with a 10 volt battery.power ========= Answer is d ========= 159. 10. A resistor in a circuit becomes very hot and starts to burn. 3 ampere ========= Answer is d ========= 156. A current of 10 ampere rms at a frequency of 50 Hz flows through a 100 ohm resistor. 1 watt d. 10 watt c. 50. Three 18 ohm resistors are connected in parallel acrossa 12 volt supply. 4 watt c. A resistor of 10 kilohm carries a current of 20 mA. The total power dissipated will: a. Each of 9 resistors in a circuit is dissipating 4 watt. The voltage applied to two resistors in series is doubled. 707 watt c. The total power dissipation of the resistor load is: a. 36 ampere c. 3 watt b.000 watt ========= Answer is c ========= 160. 20 watt d. the total current flowing in the circuit is: a. decrease to half . 36 watt ========= Answer is c ========= 157. Thepower dissipated in the resistor is: a. increase by four times b.c. This is because the resistor is dissipating too much: a. 24 watt d. current b. The power dissipated is: a. 9 ampere d. 40 watt ========= Answer is b ========= 158. 500 watt b. If the circuit operates from a 12 volt supply.000 watt d. 48 ampere b. 10 watt ========= Answer is b ========= 154. 20 watt d. 18 watt c. voltage c. 5 watt b. 2 watt b.

its direction of travel can be altered by a switch ========= Answer is a ========= 162. This 4 kHz signal is: a. 0. An impure signal is found to have 2 kHz and 4 kHz components.01 second c. a fundamental of the 2 kHz signal b. a potential difference of 50 volts exists across the wire b. 100 kHz c. the DC component of the main signal d.1 second. it travels through a circuit using alternate paths c. not change ========= Answer is a ========= Alternating current: 161.coulomb ========= Answer is c ========= 167. 100 Hz d. So the frequency is: a. hertz d. the current flowing in the wire is 50 amperes c.0001 second d. 1 Hz b. 1 second b. The current in an AC circuit completes a cycle in 0. 1000 kHz . One megahertz is equal to: a. 10 seconds ========= Answer is b ========= 163. A 50 hertz current in a wire means that: a. 1000 Hz ========= Answer is b ========= 165. The correct name for the equivalent of 'one cycle per second' is one: a. The time for one cycle of a 100 Hz signal is: a.c. volt c. a sub-harmonic of 2 kHz c. a harmonic of the 2 kHz signal ========= Answer is d ========= 166.0001 Hz b. 0. 10 Hz c. a cycle is completed 50 times in each second ========= Answer is d ========= 164. it reverses direction periodically b. the power dissipated in the wire is 50 watts d. double d. An 'alternating current' is so called because: a. henry b. 0. its direction of travel is uncertain d.

1. megohms d. bringing the metal plates closer together b. The total capacitance of two or more capacitors in series is: a. A radio component is identified as a capacitor if its value is measured in: a. millihenrys c. The 'rms value' of a sine-wave signal is: a.002 uF by: a. 0. always greater than that of the largest capacitor c. Inductors. increase the total capacity c. 100 MHz d. Resonance: 171. reduce the ripple voltage further d. microvolts b.414 times the peak voltage c. Its value may be changed to 0.07 amp c.001 uF capacitor. half the peak voltage b. making the plates smaller in size .14 amp d. Filter capacitors in power supplies are sometimes connected in series to: a.707 times the peak voltage ========= Answer is d ========= 170. Two metal plates separated by air form a 0. resonate the filter circuit ========= Answer is a ========= 173. 14. 10 MHz c. found by adding the capacitances together and dividing by their total number ========= Answer is a ========= 172. always less than that of the smallest capacitor b. 20 amp ========= Answer is b ========= Capacitors. withstand a greater voltage than a single capacitor can withstand b. microfarads ========= Answer is d ========= 174. One GHz is equal to: a. A sine-wave alternating current of 10 ampere peak has an rms value of: a. 1000 kHz b. 7. 5 amp b.d.1000 MHz ========= Answer is d ========= 169. the peak-to-peak voltage d. 10 Hz ========= Answer is c ========= 168. found by adding each of the capacitances together d.

Three 15 picofarad capacitors are wired in parallel. become resistive ========= Answer is b ========= 181. The reactance of a capacitor increases as the: a. touching the two plates together ========= Answer is a ========= 175. The material separating the plates of a capacitor is the: a. The reactance of an inductor increases as the: a. decrease b. Increasing the number of turns on an inductor will make its inductance: a. The value of the combination is: a. reactance ========= Answer is d ========= 178. 18 picofarad c. dielectric b. applied voltage increases d. applied voltage decreases ========= Answer is a ========= 180. frequency decreases c. conductance d. 45 picofarad b. resis tance b. frequency decreases c. frequency increases b. moving the plates apart d. semiconductor c. 5 picofarad ========= Answer is a ========= 177. resistor d. lamination ========= Answer is a ========= 176. ohm . applied voltage increases d. This is known as: a. frequency increases b. resonance c.henry c. The unit of inductance is the: a. farad b. 12 picofarad d.c. increase c. Capacitors and inductors oppose an alternating current. applied voltage decreases ========= Answer is b ========= 179. remain unchanged d.

The voltage across the secondary is: a. The resonant frequency will: a. 10 uH b. The capacitor value is increased by four times. increase by four times . At the resonant frequency the resulting impedance is : a. Two 20 uH inductances are connected in series. 40 uH d. The total inductance is: a. 23 volt c. windings are wound on a closed ring of magnetic material b. 80 uH ========= Answer is a ========= 184. maximum b. A toroidal inductor is one in which the: a. 10 volt b. totally inductive ========= Answer is b ========= 187. inductor is enclosed in a magnetic shield ========= Answer is a ========= 185. maximum b. totally reactive d. 110 volt d. minimum c.minimum c. 2300 volt ========= Answer is b ========= 186. 20 uH c.d. windings are air-spaced c. At the resonant frequency the resulting impedance is: a. The total inductance is: a. 80 uH ========= Answer is c ========= 183. reactance ========= Answer is b ========= 182. 10 uH b. 40 uH d. Two 20 uH inductances are connected in parallel. An inductor and a capacitor form a resonant circuit. An inductor and a capacitor are connected in series. A transformer with 100 turns on the primary winding and 10 turns on the secondary winding is connected to 230 volt AC mains. totally inductive ========= Answer is a ========= 188. An inductor and a capacitor are connected in parallel. totally reactive d. 20 uH c. windings are wound on a ferrite rod d.

decrease by a factor of four ========= Answer is b ========= 190. is highly selective c. decrease by a factor of two d. emitter. increase by a factor of two c.6V c. emitter and drain b. 0.3V ========= Answer is a ========= 194. carries a high quiescent current b. double c. Zener diodes are normally used as: a. overheating c. decrease to one quarter ========= Answer is c ========= 189. diode b.b. pn-junction d. A "high Q" resonant circuit is one which: a. 0. uses a high value inductance ========= Answer is b ========= 191wires carrying high voltages in a transmitter should be well insulated to avoid: a. base. has a wide bandwidth d. collector. over modulation d. the resonant frequency will: a. voltage regulators ========= Answer is d ========= 193. base and collector . increase by a factor of four b. AF detectors c.0. base and source c.7V d. If the value of the inductor is decreased by a factor of four. An inductor and a capacitor form a resonant circuit. current regulators d. short circuits b.3V b. transistor c. RF detectors b.1. The basic semiconductor amplifying device is a: a. A bipolar transistor has three terminals named: a. Semiconductors: 191. SWR effects ========= Answer is a ========= . decrease to half d. silicon gate ========= Answer is b ========= 192. The voltage drop across a germanium signal diode when Conducting is about: a.

ionisation d. resistance b. drain c. gate. source and gate ========= Answer is c ========= 195. the electrons: a. flow from n to p c. biasing b. capacitance . emitter. silicon d. This is referred to as: a. The following material is considered to be a semiconductor: a. base. silicon d. demodulation ========= Answer is d ========= 199. A varactor diode acts like a variable: a. The three leads from a PNP transistor are named the: a. A low-level signal is applied to a transistor circuit input and a higher-level signal is present at the output.d. drain. collector. The type of rectifier diode in almost exclusive use in power supplies is: a. copper b. detection c. In a forward biased pn junction. rejuvenation c. source. remain in the n region d. flow from p to n b. tantalum ========= Answer is c ========= 201. drain b. modulation d. copper-oxide ========= Answer is c ========= 198. source d. remain in the p region ========= Answer is b ========= 200. This effect is known as: a. lithium b. amplification b. rectification ========= Answer is a ========= 197. sulphur c. germanium c. base ========= Answer is d ========= 196. One important application for diodes is recovering information from transmitted signals. source. voltage regulator c. collector. drain.

saturation d. triode b. Two basic types of field effect transistors are: a. A semiconductor is said to be doped when small quantities of the following are added: a. mid-way between collector and emitter potentials d. 3 connecting leads c. n-channel and p-channel b. The connections to a semiconductor diode are known as: a. mid-way between the collector and the supply potentials ========= Answer is b ========= 209. Bipolar transistors usually have: a. A semiconductor is described as a "general purpose audio NPN device". bipolar transistor d. NPN and PNP types c. diode and triode types d. excessive light b. electrons b. protons c. A transistor can be destroyed in a circuit by: a. cathode and drain b. cut-off ========= Answer is b ========= 208. germanium and silicon . ions d. the base must be: a. anode and cathode c. at the collector potential b. varicap and zener types ========= Answer is b ========= 207. To bias a transistor to cut-off.d. Two basic types of bipolar transistors are: a. 1 connecting lead ========= Answer is b ========= 205. silicon diode c. 2 connecting leads d. This is a: a.NPN and PNP c. 4 connecting leads b. excessive heat c. field effect transistor ========= Answer is c ========= 206. collector and base ========= Answer is b ========= 204. inductance ========= Answer is c ========= 202. impurities ========= Answer is d ========= 203. p-channel and n-channel types b. at the emitter potential c. gate and source d.

in parallel with both receiver power supply leads b. When measuring the current drawn by a receiver from a power supply. an insulator b. A VSWR meter switched to the "reverse" position provides an indication of: a. an RF ammeter c. an extra current drain ========= Answer is b ========= 216.d. a perfect conductor d. is best described as a: a. field-effect transistor ========= Answer is d ========= Meters and Measuring: 211. the current meter should be placed: a. wattmeter b. voltmeter c.ohmmeter ========= Answer is c ========= 214. a low value resistance c. a power meter b. relative forward voltage d. voltage across any resistance placed between its terminals ========= Answer is a ========= 212. power factor of any inductor or capacitor placed between its terminals d. impedance of any component placed between its terminals c. value of any resistance placed between its terminals b. the meter will act in circuit as: a. in parallel with one of the receiver power leads . ammeter d. inductive and capacitive ========= Answer is a ========= 210. drain and source. An ohmmeter measures the: a. The correct instrument for measuring the supply current to an amplifier is a: a. a DC ammeter d. The following meter could be used to measure the power supply current drawn by a small handheld transistorised receiver: a. reflected power in dB ========= Answer is b ========= 213. relative reflected voltage c. A semiconductor with leads labelled gate. When measuring the current drawn by a light bulb from a DC supply. bipolar transistor b. silicon diode c. an electrostatic voltmeter ========= Answer is c ========= 215. power output in watts b. gated transistor d.

50 volt ========= Answer is c ========= 221. an inductive reactance ========= Answer is a ========= 220. the battery voltage will be too low for a measurable current to flow d. an infinite resistance ========= Answer is c ========= 219. in series with one of the receiver power leads ========= Answer is d ========= 217. An ammeter should not be connected directly across the terminals of a 12 volt car battery because: a. a very low internal resistance d. in series with both receiver power leads d. the resulting high current will probably destroy the ammeter b. a resistance equal to that of all other components in the circuit c. The gain of the combination is: a. 10 volt d. a very high internal resistance b. no current will flow because no other components are in the circuit c. 14 volt b. a very low internal resistance d. A good ammeter should have: a. The meter reading will be about: a. a resistance equal to that of all other components in the circuit c. A good voltmeter should have: a. 28 volt c. Two amplifiers with gains of 10 dB and 40 dB are connected in cascade. the battery voltage will be too high for a measurable current to flow ========= Answer is a ========= 218. 400 dB ========= Answer is c ========= 222 An amplifier with a gain of 20 dB has a -10 dB attenuator connected in cascade. The gain of the combination is: a. An rms -reading voltmeter is used to measure a 50 Hz sinewave of known peak voltage 14 volt. 30 dB c. a very high internal resistance b. 8 dB b. 8 dB b. 10 dB .c. 50 dB d.

-200 dB ========= Answer is b ========= 223. a crowbar d. Passive networks B. 25 dB d. The following unit in a DC power supply performs a rectifying operation: a. a crowbar a full-wave diode bridge d. -10 dB d. Filters 226 In communication net work Filters are A. 125 dB 224. Active Networks C. The frequency that is rejected by the filter Ans: A . The total amplification is: a. Each stage of a three-stage amplifier provides 5 dB gain. remove any AC components from the output of the transformer ========= Answer is a ========= COMMUNICATIONS NET WOKS. an electrolytic capacitor b. The frequency that passes through the filter B. an electrolytic capacitor b. Passive only in lower frequencies D. The following unit in a DC power supply performs a smoothing operation: a. 15 dB c. The cut off frequency in case Filters is A. a fuse c. rectify any waveform errors introduced by the transformer c. a full-wave diode bridge ========= Answer is d ========= 225. a fuse c. turn the AC voltage from the transformer into a fluctuating DC voltage b. Active only in Higher frequencies.c. 10 dB b. 227. turn the sinewave output of the rectifier into a square wave d. ========= Answer is a ========= 226 The block marked 'Rectifier' in the diagram is to: a.

the filter is A. High pass Filter D C Band Elimination Filter D A simple Low Pass Filter. . If a filter allows all the frequencies below the cut off frequency without attenuation. Band Pass Filter B. Amplitude modulation is a type of modulation where the amplitude of the carrier signal is varied in accordance with the information bearing signal. High pass Filter C C Band Elimination Filter D A simple Low Pass Filter. 231 If a filter allows all the frequencies other than the range of cut off frequencies without attenuation. High pass Filter B C Band Elimination Filter D A simple Low Pass Filter. the filter is A. the filter is A. Band Pass Filter B.C. High pass Filter A C Band Elimination Filter D A simple Low Pass Filter. Band Pass Filter B. 230 If a filter allows all the frequencies with in the range of cut off frequencies without attenuation. 229. If a filter allows all the frequencies above the cut off frequency without attenuation. The frequency at which the filter works C 228. the filter is A. The frequency that separates pass band and attenuation band D. Band Pass Filter B.

It is simple to implement DII. represented by logic 1 (high) and logic0 (low). AM receivers are very cheap as no specialized components are needed. AM There are several advantages of amplitude modulation. . The amplitude of the carrier remains constant. FREQUENCY MODULATION:Frequency modulation is a type of modulation where the frequency of the carrier is varied in accordance with the modulating signal. FM modulation is a low-noise process and provides a high quality modulation technique which is used for music and speech in hi-fidelity broadcasts. Disadvantage of AM It is not efficient in terms of its power usage D. that is. It is not efficient in terms of its use of bandwidth. and some of these reasons have meant that it is still in widespread use today: DI. there are only two possible states. ADVANTAGES: 1 Resilience to noise: 2.Easy to apply modulation at a low power stage of the transmitter 3. It is possible to use efficient RF amplifiers with frequency modulated signals: PULSE CODE MODULATION: Pulse code modulation (PCM) is a digital scheme for transmitting analog data. The signals in PCM are binary. It is prone to high levels of noise because most noise is amplitude based and obviously AM detectors are sensitive to it. Advantages of Amplitude Modulation. requiring a bandwidth equal to twice that of the highest audio frequency DI.Used in Radio communication and broadcasting. it can be demodulated using a circuit consisting of very few components DIII.

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