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ARAVALI INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL STUDIES, UDAIPUR

DEPTT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGG.


ROLL NO MID SEMESTER II TEST APRIL, 2011 CLASS: IV YEAR SUBJECT (with code): OPTICAL COMMUNICATION (8EC3) Time 1 hrs. Note : Candidates, Do not write anything on question paper except your Roll No. 1. With schematic representation explain the working principle of pin photo diode. OR 2. What are the requirement of photo detector and why photodiode is preferred in fiber optic communication system? 3. With schematic representation explain the working principle of Avalanche Photodiode. OR 4. What are the requirements of optical receiver? Using a flow chart explain the receiver design. 5. Explain various errors that occur in the detection mechanism. OR 6. Describe important specifications of semiconductor photo diode to be suitable for fiber optic communications.8. With the help of a suitable block diagram explain the functioning of every element of a fiber optic receiver. 7. a) Differentiate between the photodiode parameters, quantum limit and dark current. b) Define sensitivity and Bit Error Rate (BER) with reference to a fiber optic receiver. OR 8. A pin photodiode on average generates one electron hole pair per three incident photons at a wavelength of 0.8 m. Assuming all the electrons are collected, calculate i) The quantum efficiency of the device ii) Its maximum possible band gap energy iii) The mean output photocurrent when the received optical power is 10-7 W. Max Marks: 20 SEMESTER: VIII

ARAVALI INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL STUDIES, UDAIPUR


DEPTT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGG.
ROLL NO MID SEMESTER II TEST APRIL, 2011 CLASS: IV YEAR SUBJECT (with code): DGITAL COMMUNICATION (6EC4) Time 1 hrs. Note : Candidates, Do not write anything on question paper except your Roll No. 1. Draw the block diagram of a coherent receiver for detection of binary FSK signals and the probability of symbol error for a non-coherent FSK system. OR 2. Draw the block diagram of a QPSK transmitter and explain. Derive the bandwidth requirement of a QPSK system 3. Write down the modulation waveform for transmitting binary information over base band channels, for the following modulation schemes: ASK, PSK, FSK and DPSK OR 4. Explain how the residual effects of the channel are responsible for ISI? What is the practical solution to obtain zero ISI? Explain. 5. Explain the signal space representation of QPSK. Compare QPSK with all other digital signaling schemes. OR 6. Derive an expression for error probability of coherent ASK scheme. 7. Draw and explain MSK modulation technique & its coherent detection. OR 8. Draw the block diagram of transmitter & a coherent receiver for detection of binary PSK signals and the probability of symbol error for a coherent PSK system. Max Marks: 20 SEMESTER: VI