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Semester 3CTN
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1. In the network shown in fig.(1), find the voltages (Given any value). (Given Circuit) 2. Find current I1 in the network shown in fig: (Given Circuit) 3. Find the voltage at node 2 in the network shown in fig. (Given Circuit) 4. Find voltages (Given any value) by Nodal Analysis for the circuit given below: (Given Circuit) 5. For the network shown in a fig, calculate the maximum power that may be dissipated In the load resistor RL. (Given Circuit) 6. Find V1 in the network shown in the fig. Using Superposition theorem. (Given Circuit) 7. Find the Thevenin’s equivalent across AB find the power dissipated in 25Ω load. (Given Circuit) MODULE2 1. Draw the oriented graph for the following circuit and obtain its incidence matrix. (Given Circuit) 2. Obtain Tieset and fcutset matrix for the following graph. (Given Circuit) 3. Find the oriented graph if the incidence matrix of the network is as given below. (Given Matrices) 4. Obtain equilibrium equation using KVL in matrix form.Hence find link currents. (Given Circuit) MODULE3 1. State and prove initial value theorem. 2. Explain the RF behaviour of transmission line for various conditions. 3. Draw the following normalized quantities on a Smith Chart for given values. 4. In the following series RC circuit switch is closed at (Given any value) type of sum. 5. The switch is closed at t=0.Determine current i(t), assuming zero initial condition, Using Laplace transform. (Given Circuit) 6. In the network shown in fig, the switch closes at t= 0. The capacitor has no initial charge. Find Vc(t) and ic(t). (Given Circuit) 7. Using Smith Chart, find the input impedance of transmission line under the assumption that phase velocity is 50% of speed of light. 8. In the coupled circuit of fig.(7), find the input impedance as well as the net inductance. (Given Circuit) 9. In the network shown in fig,(9), the witch is closed at t=0. Find the current i1(t) and i2(t(Given any value)) when initial current through the inductor is zero and initial voltage is 4 volt. (Given Circuit) MODULE4 1. For the network shown in fig, determine the current i(t) when the switch is closed at t=0 with zero initial conditions. (Given Circuit) 2. State the properties of LC driving point impedance functions. 3. Test whether the polynomial is Hurwitz: P(s) = (Given any Numerical) 4. Determine the driving point impedance function of the oneport network shown: (Given Circuit) 5. Test whether polynomial is Hurwitz i) (Given any Numerical) ii) (Given any Numerical) iii) (Given any Numerical) 6. For the circuit given below, determine (Given any value) and draw the polezero plot. (Given Circuit) 7. For the ladder Network shown below obtain (Given any value). (Given Circuit) MODULE5 1. Find the lattice equivalent of symmetric πnetwork shown in figure. (Given Circuit) 2. Define the following parameters of transmission. (i) Input impedance (ii) Characteristics impedance (iii) VSWR (iv) Reflection coefficient (v) Transmission coefficient 3. In the two port n/w shown in fig. Compute hparameters from the following data. (i) with the o/p port short circuited, (Given any value) Iii) with the i/p port open circuited, (Given any value) 4. Find the condition for symmetry and Reciprocity in terms of Z parameter. 5. Determine the transmission parameters of the network shown in fig using The concept of inter connection of two port network. (Given Circuit) 6. Find the open circuit impedance parameters of the circuit shown in fig.(8). Also find the Y parameters. (Given Circuit) 7. A coaxial line has the following parameters: (Given any value) Compute the following parameter using formulas (i) Characteristics impedance (ii) Propagation constant (iii) Reflection coefficient at the load (iv) Transmission coefficient at the load 8. Find the Y and Z Parameters of the network shown in fig. (Given Circuit) MODULE6 1. Check if the following function is a positive real function: F(S)= (Given any Numerical) 2. Synthesize the following in cauer I and cauer II form. (Given any Numerical) 3. Realize the following function in Foster Ⅰ and Foster Ⅱ forms. (Given any Numerical) DSD
MODULE1 1. Explain the following decimals in gray code form: (Given any Numerical) 2. Perform the following operation using 2’s complement. (Given any Numerical) 3. Convert (Given any Numerical) into decimal,binary and hexadecimal. MODULE2 1. State basic theorems of Boolean algebra. 2. Design a full adder using half adders and logic Gates. 3. State and prove the De Morgan's theorem. 4. Implement (Given any Numerical) using only NOR gates. 5. Compare TTL with CMOS logic families. 6. Design a full adder using 3:8 Decoder. 7. If (Given any Numerical) with its truth table and express F in SOP and POS form. 8. Prove that NAND and NOR Gates are universal Gates. 9. Design a 2 bit comparator and implement using logic gates. 10. Implement the given function using single 4:1 Multiplexer and few logic gates: (Given any Numerical) 11. Minimize the following expression using Mccluskey Technique (Given any Numerical) 12. Draw a neat circuit of BCD adder using IC 7483 and explain. 14. Implement the following Boolean function using 8:1 multiplexer. (Given any Numerical) 15. Using Boolean Algebra Prove the following: (Given any Numerical) MODULE3 1. Compare SRAM with DRAM. MODULE4 1. Compare Mealy and Moore machine. 2. Compare Combinational circuits with Sequential circuits. 3. Compare Synchronous counter with Asynchronous counter. 4. Explain Master slave JK Flip Flop. 5. Convert T flip flop to D flip flop. 6. What is a universal shift register? Explain its various modes of operation. 7. Convert JK FF to T FF and JK FF to D FF. 8. Explain the working of 3bit asynchronous counter with proper timing Diagram. 9. Design synchronous counter using D type flip flops for getting the following: Sequence: 0 → 3 → 1 → 5 → 6 → 0. Take care of lockout Condition. 10. What is shift register? Explain any one type of shift register.Give its Application. 11. What are Shift registers? How are they classified? Explain working of any one type of shift register. 12. Design a Mealy type sequence detector circuit to detect a sequence 1011 using D type flip flops. ( 13. Explain the Johnson's Counter. Design for initial state 0110. From initial state explain and draw all possible states. MODULE5 1. Draw the internal logic diagram of Programmable Logic Array (PLA). 2. Draw the internal logic diagram of Programmable Logic Array (PLA). 3. Explain CPLD and FPGA 4. Write a note on CPLDs. 5. Explain Full Adder circuit using PLA having three inputs,8 product terms and two outputs. MODULE6 1. VHDL Code for Full Subtractor. 2. Write a VHDL program to design a 3:8 Decoder. 3. Write the VHDL code for 3bit updown counter with negative edge triggered clock and active low Preset and Clear terminals. EDCI
MODULE1 1. Explain various types of capacitors. 2. Explain the effect of temperature of on VI characteristic of a PN junction diode. 3. For the circuit shown in figure 1 draw the output waveform. Assume diode is ideal. (Given Circuit) 4. Explain the fabrication steps of passive elements. MODULE2 1. Explain Zener as voltage regulator. 2. Short note on Different types of filters. 3. Design an L section LC filter with full wave rectifier to meet the following specifications : (Given any Value) to the resistive load and the required ripple factor is 0.04. MODULE3 1. For the circuit given below the transistor parameters are (Given any value) Calculate (Given any Value). (Given Circuit) 2. For the circuit shown, determine RE such that emitter current is limited to (Given any Value). (Given Circuit) 3. Prove that for a JFET the gatesource bias for zero temperature drift of drain current is at V1=0.6 volts. 4. Consider a BJT has parameters (Given any Value). Calculate bandwidth of fs and capacitance Cpi of a BJT. 5. Short note on Stability factor of biasing circuit. 6. What are the important parameters of a JFET? How these parameters are determined graphically? 7. What is Early effect? Explain how it affects the BJT characteristics in CB configuration. 8. For the FET shown in figure 2, the drain current equation is (Given any Value), Determine (Given any Value) (Given Circuit) 9. Explain DC load line concept in BJT. Why Q point be at the middle of DC load line and fixed? 10. Explain concept of zero temperature drift in JFET. 11. Short note on JFET parameters. 12. Find (Given any Value) for the circuit shown in figure if (Given any Value). (Given Circuit) 13. In the common emitter configuration with voltage divider bias (Given any Value). Determine the values of (Given any Value) such that stability factor does not exceed 5. Assume (Given any Value). 14. Draw JFET CS amplifier with voltage divider bias and derive the expression for the voltage gain, input impedance and output impedance. 15. Determine (Given any Value) for the circuit given in figure. (Given Circuit) 16. For the circuit shown below in Fig.4(b), the transistor parameters are (Given any Value) i) Derive the expression for lower cutoff frequency (or time constant) due to input coupling capacitor. ii) Determine lower cutoff frequency and midband voltage gain. (Given Circuit) 17. For the circuit using JFET as shown in Fig.5(a), if (Given any Value), Determine i) (Given any Value) ii) (Given any Value) , iii)(Given any Value), and iv) (Given any Value). (Given Circuit) 18. Design a voltage divider bias network using a supply of 24 Volts, a transistor with beta =110 and an operating point (Given any Value) assume (Given any Value). 19. Draw CS JFET amplifier with self bias circuit and derive the expression for voltage gain input Impedance and output impedance. 20. For circuit shown below , the transistors parameters are(Given any Value) i) Derive the expression for lower cutoff frequency ( or time constant) due to input coupling capacitor. ii) Determine lower cutoff frequency and midband voltage gain. (Given Circuit) MODULE4 1. Draw a neat circuit diagram of emitter follower configuration and its hybrid π model. 2. Short note on Hybrid Parameters 3. Short note on Comparison of BJT CE and JFET CS amplifier. 4. Determine the following for the network given below i) QPoint ii) Av,Ai,Zi,Zo. (Given Circuit) 5. For the circuit in fig let(Given any Value). Determine i) Small signal voltage gain ii) Input resistance seen by the signal source iii) output resistance. (Given Circuit) 6. For the amplifier circuit shown below i) Determine the values of Kp such that (Given any Value) ii) Determine the resulting value of (Given any Value) and small signal voltage gain. (Given Circuit) 7. Draw input and output characteristics of CE amplifier. Explain graphical analysis to determine parameters.(Given any Value). 8. For the amplifier shown in fig 4 analyze and determine i) SmallSignal hybrid pi parameters of BJT. ii) SmallSignal voltage gain iii) Input and output impedance. The circuit parameters are: (Given any Value). And BJT parameters are (Given any Value) (Given Circuit) 9. Draw small signal hybrid parameter equivalent circuit for CE amplifier and define the same. What are the advantages of h parameters? 10. For the circuit shown below in fig 5.(b), the transistor parameters are (Given any Value), Determine (Given any Value). (Given Circuit) MODULE5 1. State and explain Miller’s Theorem. 2. Short note on High frequency π equivalent model of common emitter BJT. MODULE6 1. Why should collector resistor Rc be as a large as possible in the design of CE amplifier? 2. Design the resistors of a single stage CS amplifier for audio frequency with BFW1 1 with (Given any Value) EIC
MODULE1 1. Define static characteristics of an instrument. 2. Derive an expression for the resistance using Wheatstone bridge for balanced condition. 3. Define accuracy, precision and sensitivity with suitable example. 4. List name of bridges for RLC measurement with proper classification. 5. Explain Kelvin’s double bridge and its application in very low resistance measurement. 6. Draw and discuss Hay’s bridge and its application for measurement of inductance. 7. Define power and energy and explain working of an energy meter. 8. Draw and discuss Maxwell Bridge and its application for measurement of inductance. 9. Define Q factor and explain working of a Q meter for Q factor measurement. MODULE2 1. What is cold junction compensation in thermocouples. 2. Explain working of strain gauge and its application in load measurement. 3. List various sensors for pressure and temperature along with their ranges. 4. A galvanometer with a irn A full scale deflection and an internal resistance of 500Ω, is to be used as voltmeter. Find series resistance for 1v and 10v ranges. 5. Compare temperature, transducers Thermistors and thermocouples on the basis of principle, characteristics, ranges and applications. 6. Draw and explain working of capacitive transducer for level measurement. 7. Explain Kelvin’s double bridge and its application in very low resistance measurement. 8. What is eddy current sensor? Explain measurement of current using it. 9. Explain the working principle of LVDT with neat diagram and advantages and disadvantages. 10. Compare temperature transducer with respect to their characteristics and measurement range. MODULE3 1. Compare analog and digital data acquisition system. 2. Explain basic telemetry system. 3. Explain digital data acquisition system. 4. Draw a block diagram of generalized data acquisition system and explain its components. 5. What is multiplexing? Compare FDM and TDM. 6. Explain landline telemetry and discuss about one landline telemetry system. MODULE4 1. Compare open loop and closed loop control system with block diagram. 2. Define the following parameters: i)Transient response. ii)Steady state response iii)Define Type 0, Type 1, Type 2 system. 3. Find transfer function of the given network. (Given Circuit) 4. For a system with transfer function (Give any Value) with unit step input. Find damping ratio, damped frequency of oscillations and time for peak overshoot. 5. Draw signal flow graph for the system shown below. Find overall transfer function C(S)/R(S) using Mason’s Gain formula. (Given any Numerical) 6. Obtain C[s]/R[s] using block diagram reduction technique. (Given Diagram) MODULE5 1. Explain Hurwitz stability criterion. 2. Using Routh stability criterion determine the stability of the system whose characteristic equation is (Given any Numerical) 3. The system has G(S)H(S)=(Given any value), Using routh criterion find range K for stability. 4. A second order system is given by (Given any value). Find delay time, rise time, peak time, peak overshoot, setting time. Also find expression for its output response. 5. The open loop transfer function of a unity feedback system is given by G(S)= (Given any value) Sketch the root locus of the system. 6. For unity gain system having G(S)= (Given any value) Sketch root locus and comment on stability. MODULE6 1. What are the advantages of polar plot. Draw the polar plot of the given transfer function. G(S) = (Given any value) 2. Explain how the stability of system is analyzed using Nyquist criteria. 3. Draw the bode plot for the given transfer function with unity feedback G(S)= (Given any value) Calculate gain margin, phase margin and comment on stability. 4. Draw bode plot for following transfer function is G(S)= (Given any value) & Predict stability. Maths III
MODULE1 1. Evaluate Laplace transform of (Given any Numerical). MODULE2 1. Find the inverse Laplace of (Given any Numerical) using Convolution theorem. 2. Solve Differential Equation with (Given any value) by using Laplace transform. MODULE3 1. Find the range Fourier sine series for f(x)= (Given any Numerical) 2. Show that the set of limitations (Given any value) Is orthogonal over (Given any value). Hence construct orthonormal set of functions. 3. Find the fourier series for (Given any Numerical). 4. Find the fourier transform of f(t)= (Given any Numerical) 5. Find complex form of the fourier series for f(x) =(Given any Numerical) where ‘a’ is a real constant. Hence deduce that (Given any Numerical) 6. Find fourier cosine integral representation for (Given any Numerical) MODULE4 1. FInd the directional directive of (Given any Numerical) 2. Find a unit normal to the surface (Given any Numerical) 3. Show that (Given any Numerical), is a conservative field. Find its scalar potential and also find the work done by the force (Given any value) in moving a particle from (1,2,1) to (3,1,4). 4. Find Ф if (Given any Numerical) and also evaluate (Given any Numerical) along a curve joining the points. MODULE5 1. Using Gauss Divergence theorem (Given any Numerical). 2. Evaluate by Green’s theorem (Given any Numerical). MODULE6 1. Determine the constants. (Given any value) is analytic. 2. Show that (Given any value) is a harmonic function. Also find its harmonic conjugate. 3. Find orthogonal trajectories of the family of curves (Given any Numerical) 4. Bessel Function (Given any Numerical) 5. Find an analytic function f(z) whose imaginary part is (Given any Numerical) 6. Find bilinear transform that maps. (Given any Numerical) Find invariant points of this transformation. Semester 4MATHS4
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