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Q.1.
The following below equations describe discrete time systems, which of the following statement is
not correct? (where u(k) is the input and y(k) is the output)
(A) y k 2 ky k 1 y k u k is Linear Timevarying System
(B) y k 2 ky2 k 1 y k u k is Non linear Timevarying system
(C) y k 2 3y k 1 2y k u k is Linear Time Varying System
(D) y k 2 y2 k 1 y k u k is Non Linear Time invariant system
Q.2.
Q.3.
Q.4.
k.x[k]
k n
Q.5.
x(t)dt
Q.7.
If value of Impulse response of LTI system is h[n] n u[n] then this system is:
(A) Causal and stable for all values of
Which one of the following gives the crosscorrelation (Rxy (k)) of two finite length sequences
x(n) = {1, 3, 1, 2} and y(n) = {1, 2, 1, 3} ?
(A) {3, 10, 8, 14, 7, 5, 2}
(B) {2, 10, 7, 14, 6, 6, 3}
(C) {3, 9, 8, 14, 7, 5, 2}
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Q.8.
x[n] is defined as
0, for n 2or n 4
x[n]
1, otherwise
Determine the value of n for which x[n 4] is guaranteed to be zero.
(A) n < 8 and n > 2
(B) n <  8 and n > 2
(C) n <  9 and n > 2 (D) n <  9 and n > 3
Q.9. If the input x(t) is delayed by 3 sec and the impulse response h(t) is advanced by 5 sec then the
output of the system y(t) is given by:
(A) y(t3)
(B) y(t+3)
(C) y(t+2)
(D) y(t2)
Q.10. What is the derivative of signal x(t) equals to sgn(t)
(A) (t)
(B) 2(t)
(C) 2(t)
(D) Not defined
Q.11. Which of the followings statements are true about Fourier series?
1. All periodic signals can be represented by Fourier series
2. It expresses the given periodic waveform as combination of D.C component, sine and cosine
waveforms of different harmonic frequencies
3. Both amplitude and phase spectra of Fourier series are discrete in nature
4. Amplitude spectra of F.S is continuous while phase spectra of F.S is discrete in nature.
(A) 1, 2 & 3
(B) 1, 2 & 4
(C) Only 1 & 2
(D) 1, 2, 3 & 4
Q.12. Consider the function H( jw) H1 (w) jH2 (w) where H1 (w) is an odd function and H 2 (w) is an
even function. The inverse Fourier transform of H (jw) is:
(A) Real and odd function
(B) Complex function
(C) Purely Imaginary function
(D) Purely imaginary and odd function
Q.13. A voltage signal v (t) has the following Fourier transform:
e jt for   1
V ( j )
for   1
0
The power that would be dissipated in a 1 resistor fed from V (t) is:
(A) 0 W
(B) 1 W
(C)
(D)
1
W
2
Q.14. If continuous time signals x(t) is written as x(t) e j3t 4je4 jt 4cos wt then its R.M.S value will be:
n
n 1
Q.15. If Periodic signal x[n] cos cos has period N then its value will be
9
7 7
Q.16. Let x(t ) et u(t ) & h(t ) e3t u(t ) then what is the value of y(t ) x(t ) h(t ) as t
Q.17. If ztransform X (z) of a sequence x[n] is given by X (z) =
system then value of x[2] is given by ??
A.
18 K
B.
9K
C.
2K
2K
if it is given that x[n] is a causal
1 3z 1
D.
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Q.18. Waveform is given only for one period, then trigonometric Fourier series for this waveform, will
contain:
x(t)
+K

0
A.
B.
C.
D.
K
D.C. and odd component of sine wave only
D.C and all component of sine wave only
odd component of sine wave, only
All component of sine wave only.
2
(1 (1)k )
k
2
(1 (1)k )
jk
B.
2
(1 (1)k )
jk
2
(1 (1)k )
k
Q.21. The 4point Discrete Fourier Trans form of a discrete time sequence {2, 1, 2, 1} is:
A.
[4, +j2, 4, j2]
B.
[4, +j2, 4, +j2]
C.
[4, +j2, 4, +j3]
D.
[4, j2, 4, j2]
Q.22. What is the value of x(t) for t > 0 in time domain for differential equation
C.
D.
d 2 x(t )
d
7 x(t ) 12 x(t ) 0
2
dt
dt
d
if x(0) 2 & ( x(t ))t 0 4
dt
A.
x(t) = (4e2t  3e4t) u(t)
B.
x(t) = (4e3t  3e4t) u(t)
C.
x(t) = (4e3t  2e4t) u(t)
D.
x(t) = (2e3t  3e4t) u(t)
Q.23. Calculate energy of the signal x(t) = 3 tri(t/4)
1  t ,  t  1
where tri(t) =
 t  1
0,
A.
12
B.
20
Q.24. What is inverse z  Transform of
C.
24
D.
36
A.
z3
z 1
Can not be determine, because it does not exist.
B.
(1)k+2, if k 0
C.
(1)k+2, if k 2
D.
(1)k, if k 0
X ( z)
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Q.25.
x(t)
y(t)
Suppose that input to the differentiator of figure below is a zero mean random telegraph signal with
4
PSD XX ( ) A2 . 2
(2 )2
What is mean square value of differentiator output??
Q.26. For the Random variable shown in figure calculate variance:
fX(x)
K
Q.27. A real valued random variable lying between 0 and 100 has a uniform probability density function
then what is the probability that value of variable is greater than 20??
Q.28. For given Fourier series coefficients for real signals C0 = 1, C1 = 2, C2 = 1 then power of this
signal is?
Q.29. The system described by the difference equation y (n) 2y (n 1) + y(n 2) = x (n) x (n 1) has
y(n) = 0 and n < 0. If x (n) = (n) then y (2) will be
(a)
2
(b)
1
(c)
zero
(d)
1
Common data for questions Q.30&31:
If R.V. X is given by:
( x 4)
1
f X ( x)
e 18
3 2
Q.30. Then probability of event {X = 4} is
2
(a)
(b)
1/4
(c)
1/2
1/2
(d)
1
3 2
(d)
Data insufficient
(3s 4) (s 5)
(s 1)2 (s 6)
B.
C.
D.
3
Q.33. What is the value of x(0) where x(0) means value of dx(t)/dt at t=0
A.
0
B.
+5
C.
3
D.
5
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(C)
d2 y
dy
t y t x(t)
2
dt
dt
eg. y(t) t x(t) Time variant
In time remain
2.
(D)
1
Pole location is s=a
sa
h t e at Comparing with e t /
1
a
Time constant is the reciprocal of location of pole (only for 1st order)
1
Time constant for 2nd order =
n
Forced response deals with steady state response but natural response deals with transient
response.
Natural response No i/p Zero input response.
Forced response i/p present Zero state response Steady state.
Taking Laplace Transform of given differential equation
SX s X(s) F(s)
X(s)
1
F(s) S 1
3.
(D)
s 2 Y(s) X(s)
Y(s)
1
X(s) s 2
x(t) k X(s)
Y(s)
k
s
k
k 1
1
s(s 2) 2 s s 2
k
1 e2t
2
For force response means steady state value so by putting t = .
y(t)
y(t) k
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4.
(A)
y n x 2 n Causal
y n x n 2 Non causal system
if n = 2 we are getting future value
y n x n 2 Linear
y n x 2 n Non linear
y(n)
x k
y(n)
n 1
x[k] x[n]
5.
(C)
y(t)
6.
(B)
h(n)
n 0 only when 1
n 0
7.
(A)
x n 1,3,1, 2 X(z) 1 3z 1 1z 2 2z 3
y n 1, 2,3, 2
y1 n 3,1, 2,1 Y1 z 3 z 1 2z 2 1z 3
Now Multiply both X(z) & Y1 (z) and then take inverse Z transform
8.
(B)
1. Time shifting
2. Time slating
t t0
If one wants to shift g(t) g
b
1. Time scaling
2. Time shifting
x[n4]
x[n4]
8
4
3
2
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9.
x t 3
(C)
h t 5
y(t) x t 3 h t 5
x t 2
10.
sgn t 2u t 1
(B)
sigm(t)
Derivating
d
d
d
sgn t 2 u t 1
dt
dt
dt
t
1
2 t
11. (A) Both amplitude spectra &phase spectra of Fourier series are discrete in nature.
12. (C) H j H1 jH2
H1 is real and odd function so it will be F.T of imaginary& odd . jH 2 is imaginary and even function
so it will be F.T of imaginary and real. So H (jw) is F.T of a purely imaginary function.
13. (C)
1
x t dt
1
d
1.d
2 1
1
Joule
v j e jt
v j 1
x(t) e j3t 4je4 jt 4e0t
14. Ans=5
eg. x(t) e jt
T/2
1
2
x(t) dt
T T/2
T/2
1
1.dt 1
T T/2
e.g. x1 (t) ke jt
P1 k 2
42
2
Power 25
rms 25 5
15.
Ans=126
rms power
n
n 1
x n cos cos
9
7 2
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2
2
18, N 2
14
9
7
For time period LCM (18, 14) = 126
1
X s
s 1
N1
16. Ans=0
1
s3
1
1
1
Y s
.
s 1 s 3
s 1 s 3
H s
17.
(A)
18.
(C)
s 0
s 1 s 3
2K
1 3z 1
Then x[n] = 2K(3)n u[n], because for a causal system, ROC must be right of right most pole.
So here x[2] = 18 K
This is an odd function and has half wave symmetry, so will have sine fn and
oddharmonics. Here DC part will be zero
X(z) =
1, 0, 1, 0, 1
19. A x[n] =
1, 1/ 2, 1/ 4, 1/ 8
h[n] =
D.
X DFT 0
N0 1
x[n]e
j 2 ( nr / N )
n 0
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2 K 2 j j2
2 j 2 j j2
22.
C.
By taking Laplace
d
S2 X(s) Sx(o) ( x(t )t 0
dt
+ 7[SX(S)X( 0 )] + 12 X(S) = 0
S2 X(S)  2S + 4 + 7 [SX(S)  2]+12X(S)=0
So X(S) [S2 + 7S + 12] = 2S+10
2 X 10
4
2
X(S) = ( S 4)( S 3) S 3 S 4
x(t ) 4e3t u (t ) 2e 4t u (t )
Another Method is just by checking x(0) &
23.
C.
dx
at (t 0)
dt
x(t ) dt
2
But
x(t) = 3 tri(t/4)
t
3 1 4 ,
0,
E=
t
18 1 dt 24 J
4
0
C.
Let
X1(z) =
But
t
1 or  t  4
4
t
9 1 dt
4
4
4
24.
t
1 or  t  4
4
X1(z) =
z
z 1
1
1
1
1 z
1 (1) z 1
x1[n] = (1)n
X(z) = z2 X1(z)
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So
x[n] = (1)n+2, if n 2
YY ( ) XX ( ). H ( )
25. Ans=
YY ( )
A2 .4
. 2
2 (2 )2
1
E Y (t ) RXX (0)
2
1
E Y 2 (t )
2
YY
( )d
4 A2 2
2 4 2 d
26. Ans=0.89
E X 2
x .f
2
( x)dx
x8
1 x4
1
E[ X ] dx 2 128 =8
8
8 4 0 32
0
4
X E[ X ]
x
X x .dx
8
0
f X ( x)dx
1 x3
1
64
8 8 0 24
X
8
3
x2 E X 2 X 8
2
64
9
x2 8 / 9
27. Ans=0.8
28. Ans=11
29. Ans=1
30.
A.
31.
32.
C.
C
33.
P{X = 4} = fX (4)
P{X 4} = F(0)
Put t=0 in the value of x(t) and then calculate dx/dt at t=0
4
61 t 14 6t
e
e
Here x(t) = tet
5
25
25
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