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Q1. | An RL admittance function can also be realized as |

A. | RC admittance function [Wrong Answer] |

B. | RC impedance function [Correct Answer] |

C. | LC admittance function [Wrong Answer] |

D. | LC impedance function [Wrong Answer] |

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⇒ The Shannon-Hartley law

refers to noise

defines bandwidth

describes signalling rate

refers to distortion

⇒ Common base configuration is little used because

it has low input impedance

it has high input impedance

it does not heat up

it has very high gain

⇒ For a junction FET in the pinch off region, as the drain voltage is increased, the drain current

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abruptly decrease

abruptly increases

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⇒ If word length is 16 bits the decimal equivalent of largest number which can be stored is

32767

32766

16383

16384

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In an N-channel JFET, the channel is the narrowest under zero gate bias condition

In a JFET the gates are always forward biased

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It is a voltage controlled device

⇒ Gain of isotropic antenna is

10 dB

0 dB

∞

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⇒ Complex pole in z-plane is as shown below. This is the pole diagram for ________

Decaying sinusoidal sequence

Growing sinusoidal sequence

Decaying non sinusoidal sequence

Growing non sinusoidal sequence

⇒ Which memory does not require programming equipment?

RAM

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UVPROM

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Match the following:

List I (Binary) | List II (Hexadecimal) | ||
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A. | 10101010 | 1. | FF |

B. | 11111111 | 2. | 88 |

C. | 10001000 | 3. | 92 |

D. | 10010010 | 4. | AA |

A-4, B-1, C-2, D-3

A-1, B-2, C-3, D-4

A-3, B-1, C-2, D-4

A-1, B-3, C-4, D-1

⇒ The total number of fundamental products of three variables is

3

5

8

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⇒ The K-map for a Boolean function is shown in figure. The number of essential prime implicants for this functio

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6

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It is exactly same as radio receiver used in households

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Its tuning and operation are more complicated than those in household receiver

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drain current increase steeply

drain current starts decreasing

drain current remains nearly constant

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20 kHz

100 kHz

infinite

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^{-1}= adj(

*s*I - A)/

*det*(

*s*I - A)

TRUE

FALSE

⇒ In 8085 microprocessor, which of the following interrupts has the lowest priority?

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⇒ Eddy current loss is

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independent of frequency

proportional to (frequency)

^{2}

proportional to (frequency)

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⇒ When sources of different frequencies feed a network the only method of solution is superposition theorem.

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1001 to 0000

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Langmuir Child law

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**Reason (R):** The standard deviation is the arms value of the deviation from the arithmetic mean.

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Both A and R are correct but R is not correct explanation of A

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A is false, R is true

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