2-EC-IES-Objective paper-II-2013

Statement ii given the values of gh j and gh j ω ω

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Statement (II): Given the values of ( ) ( ) GH j and GH j ω ω using the Nichols chart m m M , ω and bandwidth can be determined.
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EC- Objective Paper-II IES-2013 cusp India’s No.1 institute for GATE Training cusp 1 Lakh+ Students trained till date cusp 65+ Centers across India 349 30. Statement (I): Feedback compensation is preferred to series compensation Statement (II): No amplification is required as the energy flows from higher level to lower level. 31. Statement (I): A PI controller increases the order of a system by units but reduces the steady state error. Statement (II): A PI controller introduces a pole at either the origin or at a desired point on negative real axis. 32. Statement (I): Many of the linear control system transfer functions do not have poles or zeros in the right-half of s-plane. Statement (II): These are called minimum-phase transfer functions. 33. Statement (I): Baud Rate and symbols per second are often used interchangeably. Statement (II): Baud Rate refers to the rate of change of a signal on the transmission medium after encoding and modulation have occurred. 34. Statement (I): Most TDM systems use PCM to transmit analog signals. Statement (II): PCM uses A/D conversion technique to translate analog signals into binary form for serial transmission. 35. Statement (I): Single mode step indexed fibers are widely used for wide band communications. Statement (II): With only path of light along the axis, minimum refraction and no pulse spreading permits high pulse repetition rates. 36. Statement (I): In a conventional transmission line impedance matching can be accomplished by stub matching of adjustable lengths. Statement (II): In practice impedance matching in wave-guides is obtained by tuning screws inserted into the waveguide. 37. Statement (I): Slot antenna is essentially a wave-guide with a slot length of one half lengths with a radiation pattern similar to that of a dipole with plane reflection. Statement (II): Slot antenna has a gain much higher than that of a horn antenna. 38. Statement (I): The data path contains all the circuits to process data within the CPU with the help of which data is suitably transformed. Statement (II): It is the responsibility of the control path to generate control and timing signals as required by the opcode. 39. Statement (I): External fragmentation is NOT possible in paging. Statement (II): Pages of any program are fixed sized and can be located anywhere in memory.
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EC- Objective Paper-II IES-2013 cusp India’s No.1 institute for GATE Training cusp 1 Lakh+ Students trained till date cusp 65+ Centers across India 350
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