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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
PAPER–I
1. A set of independent current b. Co-axial copper cables transmission
measurements taken by four observers was system
recorded as: 117.02 mA, 117.11 mA, c. Fibre-optic data transmission system
117.08 mA and 117.03 mA. What is the d. Synchro-position repeater system
range of error?
6. Why are dummy strain gauges employed?
a. ± 0045
a. For calibration of strain gauges
b. ± 0054
b. For increasing the sensitivity of the
c. ± 0065 bridge
d. ± 0056 c. For compensation of temperature
2. The reference voltage and the input variations
voltage are sequentially connected to the d. For neutralizing the influence of bridge
integrator with the help of a switch in a voltage supply variations
a. Successive approximation A/D 7. Match List I (Type of DVM) with List II
converter (Sub-component in ADC) and select the
b. Dual slope integration A/D converter correct answer using the codes given
c. Voltage to time converter below the lists:
d. Voltage to frequency converter List I
3. A single channel digital storage A. Ramp type
oscilloscope uses a 12 bit, 108 samples/s B. Dual-slope
ADC. For a 10 kHz sine wave input, what C. Servo-type
is the number of samples taken per cycle
of input? D. Successive approximation
a. 1012 List II
b. 108 1. DAC
c. 104 2. Voltage to time converter
d. 102 3. Pulse-generator
4. Consider the signal: 4. Potentiometer
Vm sin 100t + 2 Vm sin 200t 5. Capacitor
to be sampled and stored in a data Codes;
acquisition system. The same is to be A B C D
extracted off-line later on. In order to a. 2 1 4 5
extract the signal effectively, the original b. 4 5 3 1
sampling frequency has to be c. 2 5 4 1
a. 100 rad/s d. 4 1 3 5
b. 200 rad/s 8. In modern electronic multi meter a FET or
c. 210 rad/s MOSFET is preferred over BJT because
d. 1002  2002 rad/s a. Its input resistance is low
5. Which one of the following transmission b. Its input resistance is high
systems for telemetry has largest c. Its input resistance is high and does not
bandwidth? vary with the change of range
a. FM/FM radio transmission system d. It is cheaper
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9. Which of the following bridges can be List I
used for inductance measurement? A. Phosphor-bronze
1. Maxwell’s bridge 2. Schering bridge B. Manganin
2. Wein bridge 4. Hay’s bridge C. Aluminium
3. Wheatstone bridge D. Eureka
Select the correct answer using the codes List II
given below 1. Coils
a. 1 and 2 2. Discs
b. 2 and 3 3. Control Springs
c. 3, 4 and 5 4. Shunts
d. 1 and 4 5. Multipliers
10. Match List I (Frequency) with List II Codes;
(Detector) and select the correct answer
using the codes given below the lists A B C D
List I a. 3 5 2 4
A. Zero frequency b. 2 4 1 5
B. 50 Hz c. 3 4 2 5
C. 1200 Hz d. 2 5 1 4
D. 10 kHz 13. Match List I (type of Electronic
Voltmeter) with List II (Major
List II Characteristic) and select the correct
1. Head phone answer using the code given below the
2. D’Arsonval galvanometer lists:
3. Cathode ray oscilloscope List I
4. Vibration galvanometer A. Amplifier-rectifier
5. Ballistic galvanometer B. Rectifier-amplifier
Codes; C. True R.M.S.
A B C D D. Logarithmic
a. 2 1 5 3 List II
b. 3 4 1 2 1. Wide input-signal dynamic range
c. 2 4 1 3 2. High sensivity, limited bandwidth
d. 3 1 5 2 3. Limited sensivity, large bandwidth
11. Which of the following factors decide the 4. Capability to read non-sinusoidal ac
accuracy in a bridge measurement? Codes;
1. Accuracy of the null indicator A B C D
2. Accuracy of the bridge components. a. 4 1 2 3
3. Sensitivity of the null indicator. b. 2 3 4 1
4. Applied voltage to the bridge system. c. 4 3 2 1
Select the correct answer using the code d. 2 1 4 3
given below 14. What is the effect of inductance in the
a. 1 and 2 pressure coil on performance of a
b. 2 and 3 dynamometer type wattmeter?
c. 3 and 4 a. It reads low on lagging power factor
d. 1 and 3 and high on leading power factor
12. Match List I (Material Used in b. It reads high on lagging power factor
Instruments) with List II (Purpose) and and low on leading power factor
select the correct answer using the code c. Its reading is not affected at all
given below the lists: d. It always reads low
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15. To measure 5 volts, if one selects a 0 - 100 the correct answer using the code given
volt range voltmeter which is accurate below the Lists
within ± 1%, then the error in this List I
measurement may be up to A. Does not intersect the negative real
a. ± 1.5% axis
b. ± 2.5% B. Intersects the negative real axis
c. ± 7.5% between 0 and (-1, jo)
d. ± 20% C. Passes through (-1, jo)
16. Consider the following statements with D. Encloses (-1, jo)
regard to the bandwidth of a closed-loop List II
system: 1. > 0
1. In systems where the low frequency
2. 
magnitude is 0 dB h the Bode diagram,
the bandwidth is measured at the -3dB 3. < 0
frequency. 4. 0
2. The bandwidth of the closed loop Codes;
control system is a measurement of the A B C D
range of fidelity of response of the a. 2 4 1 3
system.
b. 3 1 4 2
3. The speed of response to a step input is
c. 2 1 4 3
proportional to the bandwidth.
d. 3 4 1 2
4. The system with the larger bandwidth
provides slower step response and 19. Which one of the following is the steady
lower fidelity ramp response. state error of a control system with step
error, ramp error and parabolic error
Which of the statements given above are
constants kp, kv and ka respectively for the
correct?
input (1 - t2) (t)?
a. 1, 2 and 3
3 3
b. 1, 2 and 4 a. 
1  k p 2k a
c. 1, 3 and 4
3 6
d. 2, 3 and 4 b. 
17. Consider the following statements: 1  k p 2k a
A first order system with a proportional 3 3
c. 
controller exhibits an offset to a step input. 1  k p 2k a
In order to reduce the offset, it is necessary
to 3 6
d. 
1. Increase the gain of proportional 1  k p 2k a
controller. 20.
2. Add a derivative mode.
3. Add an -integral mode.
Select the correct answer using the code
given below
a. 1, 2 and 3
b. 1 and 2 What is the overall transfer function of the
c. 2 and 3 block diagram given above?
d. 1 and 3 G1G2  G2G3
a.
18. Match List I (Nyquist Plot of Loop 1  G2 H1
Transfer Function of a Control System) G1G2  G2G3
with List II (Gain Margin in dB) and select b.
1  G3 H1
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c. G1G2  G2G3 c. A is unstable limit cycle but B is stable
G1G3  G2G3 d. Both A and B are unstable
d. 25. Match List I (Specifications of Voltages to
1  G2G3 H1
be Measured) with List II (Type of Most
21. Suitable Instruments) and select the correct
answer using the code given below the
Lists:
List I
A. 0 - 10 mV from a source of internal
resistance of 1. M
B. Thermo-emf ranging up to 5 mV from
For which of the following values of k, the
a thermocouple
feedback system shown in the above figure
is stable? C. Supply voltage of 230 V, 50Hz
a. k > 0 D. R.M.S. value of a voltage containing
dc and ripples of 50 Hz and harmonic
b. k < 0
List II
c. 0 < k < 42
1. Thermal
d. 0 < k < 60
2. Moving Iron
22. If the rotor axis of synchro transmitter is
along the axis of S2 stator winding, when 3. Permanent magnet moving coil
will be the electrical zeroing? 4. Electronic
a. VS1VS2 is maximum 5. Ballistic galvanometer
Codes;
b. VS2VS3 is maximum
A B C D
c. VS2VS3 is minimum a. 2 3 5 1
d. VS3VS1 is minimum b. 4 1 2 3
c. 2 1 5 3
23. The constant M-circles corresponding to
the magnitude (M) of the closed loop d. 4 3 2 1
transfer function of a linear system for 26. What are the order and type of close-loop
values of M greater than one lie in the G- system for the plant transfer
plane and to the k
function G  s   2 and with unity
a. Right of the M = 1 line s 1  Ts 
b. Left of the M = l line feedback?
c. Upper side of the M = ± j1 line a. Two and two
d. Lower side of the M – j1 line b. Three and two
24. c. Two and zero
d. Three and zero
27. The open loop transfer function of a unity
feedback control system is given by
k
G s  . If gain k is increased to
s  s  1
infinity, then damping ratio will tend to
become
a. Zero
Which one of the following is correct in
b. 0.707
respect of the figure given above?
c. Unity
a. A and B are stable limit cycles
d. Infinite
b. A is stable limit cycle but B is unstable
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28. The characteristic equation of a control Which of the statements given above are
system is given by s(s + 4)(s2 + 2s + s) + k correct?
(s + 1) = 0 a. 1 and 4
What are the angles of the asymptotes for b. 1 and 3
the root loci for k  0? c. 2 and 3
a. 60°, 180°, 300° d. 2 and 4
b. 0°, 180°, 300° 32. Match List I (Name of the Control System
c. 120°, 180°, 240° Component) with List II (Use of the
d. 0°, 120°, 240° Component in Control System) and select
29. Encirclement of origin of 1 + G(s) plane the correct answer using the code given
corresponds to encirclement of a point in below:
the -1 + G(s) plane, given by List I
a. 1 + j0 A. Amplidyne
b. 0 + j0 B. Potentiometer
c. - 2 + j0 C. Stepper motor
d. - 1 + j0 D. AC tacho-generator
30. Consider the following statements List II
regarding compensators used in control 1. Feedback element
systems 2. Actuator
1. For type-2 or higher systems, lag 3. Control Amplifier
compensator is universally used to
4. Error detector
overcome the undesirable oscillatory
transient response. Codes;
2. In case of lag-lead compensator, a lag A B C D
and a lead compensator are basically a. 3 1 2 4
connected in parallel. b. 2 4 3 1
3. The S-plane representation of the lead c. 3 4 2 1
compensator has a zero closer to the d. 2 1 3 4
origin than the pole.
33. The maximum temperature rise of a
4. A lag compensator improves the steady transformer is 50°C. It attains a
state behaviour of a system while temperature 31.6° in 1/2 hour. What is its
nearly maintaining its transient thermal time constant?
response.
a. 2 hours
Which of the statements given above are
b. 1/2 hour
correct?
c. 1 hour
a. 1, 2 and 3
d. 1/4 hour
b. 2, 3 and,4
34. The state equations of a system are given
c. 1 and 2
by
d. 3 and 4
 3 1 0  0
31. The open loop transfer function of a
feedback system has m poles and n zeros x   0 3 0  x   0  u
 
(m > n).  0 0 1  0 
Consider the following statements:
y  1 0 1 x
1. The number of separate root loci is m.
2. The number of separate root loci is n. The system is
3. The number of root loci approaching a. Controllable and observable
infinity is (m - n). b. Controllable but not completely
4. The number of root loci approaching observable
infinity is (m + n).
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c. Neither controllable nor completely 1. The natural frequency of the response
observable is 6 rad/s.
d. Not completely controllable but 2. The response is always oscillatory.
observable 3. The percentage overshoot is 10% and
35. In a speed control system, output rate damping ratio of the system is 0.6.
feedback is used to 4. Both system time constant and settling
a. Limit the speed of motor time are infinite.
b. Limit the acceleration of the motor Which of the statements given above are
c. Reduce the damping of the system correct?
d. Increase the gain margin a. 1 and 3
36. Consider the following equation: b. 2 and 4
2s4 + s3 + 3s2 + 5s + 10 = 0 c. 1, 2 and 3
How many roots does this equation have in d. 2, 3 and 4
the right half of s-plane? 39. Match List I (Original Diagram) with List
a. One II (Equivalent Diagram) and select the
b. Two correct answer using the code given below
the Lists
c. Three
List I
d. Four
A.
37. Match List I (System) with List II
(Transfer Function) and select the correct
answer using the code given below:
List I
A. Lag Network B.
B. AC Servomotor
C. Field Controller dc servomotor
D. Tacho-generator
List II C.
 1  aTs 
1. K  
 1  Ts 
2. K1S D.
K
3.
s 1  s m  1  s f 
K
4.
s 1  s m  List II
1.
Codes;
A B C D
a. 2 3 1 4
b. 1 4 3 2
2.
c. 3 4 1 2
d. 1 2 3 4
d2y
38. 4  36 y  36 x
dt 2
3.
Consider the following statements in
connection with the differential equation
given above
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state at a temperature less than the
transition temperature is
a. Zero
4. b. Greater than the critical field
corresponding to the given temperature
c. Less than the critical field
corresponding to the given temperature
d. Equal to the critical field
Codes; corresponding to the transition
A B C D temperature
a. 3 1 4 2 45. Match List I (Response) with List II
(Parameter) and select the correct answer
b. 2 4 1 3
using the codes given below the Lists:
c. 3 4 1 2
List I
d. 2 1 4 3
A. Swiftness of transient response
40. A 12 bit A/D converter has a range 0 - 10
B. Closeness of the response to the
V. What is the approximate resolution of
desired response
the converter?
C. Reduction of steady state error
a. 1 mV
D. Number of integrators in loop transfer
b. 2.5 mV
function
c. 2.5 V
List II
d. 12 mV
1. Feedback control
41. Pulse code modulation is commonly used
2. Type number
in telemetry because
3. Rise time and peak time
a. It ensures immunity from noise during
transmission 4. Overshoot and settling time
b. The bandwidth requirement of the Codes;
channel is reduced A B C D
c. It removes quantization error a. 3 4 1 2
d. It permits lower rate of sampling than b. 2 1 4 3
what is normally required under c. 3 1 4 2
Shanon’s theorem d. 2 4 1 3
42. A uniform plane wave has a wavelength of 46. Consider the following statements
2 cm in free space and 1 cm in a perfect regarding magnetic materials:
dielectric. What is the relative permittivity
1. Relative permeability of water is
of the dielectric?
0.99999 and that of oxygen is 1.00002;
a. 2.0 hence water is dia-magnetic and
b. 0.5 oxygen is para-magnetic material.
c. 4.0 2. Ferrimagnetic material has no eddy
d. 0.25 current loss.
43. What are the materials which exhibit 3. Permalloy and Alnico are two
electric polarization even in the absence of examples of hard magnetic materials.
an applied electric field called? 4. The magnetisation and applied electric
a. Ferromagnetic field in ferromagnetic materials are
b. Paramagnetic related non-linearly.
c. Ferroelectric Which of the statements given above are
correct?
d. Anti-ferroelectric
a. 1, 2 and 3
44. The magnetic field at which a super-
conductor remains in its superconducting b. 2, 3 and 4
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c. 1, 3 and 4 d. Alnico
d. 1, 2 and 4 52. In metals, resistivity is composed of two
47. The systeresis loop for the material of the parts: one part is characteristic of the
core of a transformer should be particular substance. The other part is due
a. Short and narrow to
b. Tall and narrow a. Applied voltage
c. Short and wide b. Crystal imperfections
d. Tall and wide. c. Applied magnetic field
48. All magnetic materials lose their magnetic d. Supplied thermal energy
properties when 53. Fermi level in a p-type semiconductor lies
a. Cooled to low temperature close to
b. Heated to high temperature a. The top of the valence band
c. Kept in an aluminium box b. The bottom of the valence band
d. Kept in vacuum c. The top of the conduction band
49. The electrical conductivity of a d. The bottom of the conduction band
semiconductor increases with increase in 54. Above the Curie temperature, Ferro-
temperature because magnetic materials behave like
a. The mobility of the carriers increases a. Paramagnetic
b. The carrier concentration increases b. Diamagnetic
c. Both carrier concentration and c. Anti-ferromagnetic
mobility increase d. Ferromagnetic
d. Thermal energy of electrons increases 55. Match List I with List II and select the
50. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given
correct answer using the code given below below the Lists:
the Lists: List I
List I A. Breakaway point
A. Non-linear system B. Phase margin
B. Linear system C. Gain margin
C. Time varying system D. Second order system
D. Multiplication in S-domain List II
List II 1. Stable
1. Principle of superposition and 2. Phase cross-over frequency
homogeneity and homogeneity 3. Gain cross-over frequency
2. Describing function 4. Root locus
3. Convolution integral Codes;
4. Rocket A B C D
Codes; a. 4 3 2 1
A B C D b. 4 3 1 2
a. 1 2 3 4 c. 3 4 2 1
b. 2 1 4 3 d. 3 4 1 2
c. 2 1 3 4 56. In an analog data acquisition unit, what is
d. 1 2 4 3 correct sequence of the blocks starting
51. Which one of the following is not a from the input?
permanent magnetic material? a. Transducer — Recorder — Sgna1
a. Chromium steel conditioner
b. Silicon iron b. Transducer — Signal conditioner —
c. Cobalt steel Recorder
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c. Signal conditioner — Transducer — 61. Chopper stabilized d.c. amplifier type
Recorder electronic voltmeter overcomes the effect
d. Signal conditioner — Recorder — of
Transducer a. Amplifier CMRR
57. Thermistors are essentially semiconductors b. Amplifier sensitivity
a. Well suited to precision measurement c. Amplifier drift
of temperature d. Electromagnetic interference
b. Widely used in the lower temperature 62. Which of the following measurements can
range of -100°C to 300°C be made using Lissajous figures?
c. Which behave as resistors with a high 1. Frequency
negative temperature coefficient of 2. Phase difference
resistance
3. Time interval between pulses
d. All of the above
4. Pulse width
58. Which one of the following frequency
meter is suitable for measuring radio 5. Fundamental and higher harmonic
frequency? components.
a. Vibrating reed frequency meter Select the correct answer using the code
given below
b. Weston frequency meter
a. 1 and 2
c. Electrical resonance frequency meter
b. 2 and 3
d. Hetrodyne frequency meter
c. 3 and 4
59. Which one of the following digital
voltmeters is most suitable to eliminate the d. 4 and 5
effect of period noise? 63. Wagner Earth devices in AC bridge
a. Ramp type digital voltmeter circuits are used for
b. Integrating type digital voltmeter a. Shielding all the bridge elements from
external magnetic field
c. Successive approximation type digital
voltmeter b. Eliminating the effect of stray
capacitance
d. Servo type digital voltmeter
c. Minimizing the effect of inter-
60. Match List I with List II and select the component capacitance
correct answer using the code given below
the Lists: d. Eliminating all the node to earth
capacitances
List I
64. Which one of the following defects is
A. imaginary axis of S-plane responsible for creeping in an induction
B. Oscillatory time domain response type energy meter?
C. Over damped time response a. Imperfect lag compensation
D. Poles at origin of S-plane b. Over friction compensation
List II c. Imperfect overload compensation
1. Imaginary axis poles and S-plane d. Misalignment of brake magnet
2. Type of the system 65.
3. Unit circle of Z-plane
4. Poles on real axis of S-plane
Codes;
A B C D
a. 1 3 4 2
b. 1 3 2 4 In the circuit given above, the steady state
c. 3 1 4 2 is attained with S open. S is closed at t = 0.
d. 3 4 1 2 What is the value of current I at t = 0+?
a. 2 A
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b. 2.25 A d. 2 A
c. 3 A 69.
d. 4 A
66.

The black-box, N contains resistors and


independent sources. If I = 3A and 1.5A
for R = 0 and 2, respectively, then what
For the a.c. circuit given above, what is the
is the value of I for R = 1?
value of I?
a. 1 A
a. 1 + j1
b. 2 A
b. 1 + j0
c. 3 A
c. 2 – j1
d. 4 A
d. 0 + j0
70.
67. Match List I (Property of Network) with
List II (Relevant Theorem) and select the
correct answer using the code given below
the Lists:
List I
A. Linearity
B. Structure
C. Equivalent Circuit For the circuit shown above, sthe value of
R is adjusted, so as to make the current in
D. Bilateral
RL equal to zero. What is the
List II
a. 1 
1. Super position Theorem
b. 2 
2. Norton’s Theorem
c. 3 
3. Tellengen’s Theorem
4. Reciprocity Theorem d. 4 
5. Millman’s Theorem 71.
Codes;
A B C D
a. 2 5 1 3
b. 1 3 2 4
c. 2 3 1 4
d. 1 5 2 3 For the circuit shown above, what is the
voltage across the current source Is?
68.
a. 0
b. 2 V
c. 3 V
d. 6 V
72. In an RLC series circuit, if the resistance R
In the circuit given above, I = 1A for IS = and the inductance L are kept constant but
0. What is the value of I for IS = 2? capacitance C is decreased, then which one
a. 7 A of the following statements is/are correct?
b. 4 A 1. Time constant of the circuit is changed.
c. 3 A 2. Damping ratio decreases.
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3. Natural frequency increases. List II
4. Maximum overshoot is unaffected. 1. Ceramic capacitor
Select the correct answer using the code 2. Piezoelectric application
given below 3. Insulating materials for - machine
a. 1 and 2 windings
b. 2 only 4. High frequency insulator
c. 2 and 3 Codes;
d. 3 and 4 A B C D
73. From the given list of driving point a. 4 3 2 1
impedance functions, which one can be b. 2 1 4 3
realized using R and C elements only c. 4 1 2 3
Z1  s  
 s  8 d. 2 3 4 1
 s  2  s  6  76. A 3-phasedelta-connected symmetrical

Z2  s  
 s  2  s  6  load consumes P watt of power from a
 s  4 balanced supply. If the same load is
connected in star to the same Supply, then
Z3  s  
 s  4 what is the power consumption?
 s  2 a. P/3
b. P
Z4  s  
 s  2
 s  1 s  3 c. 3 /P
d. 3P
a. Z1  s 
77. A network has a zero at S = -1 and poles at
b. Z 2  s  S = - 4 ± j1, the multiplier being unity. If
the input is  unit step function, then what
c. Z 3  s  is the steady state response?
d. Z 4  s  a. 20°
74. b. 1-45°
c. 390°
d. 0.50°
78.

For the 2-port network shown in the figure


given above, what is the value of the
parameter h21?
a. 1.5
b. -0.4
c. 0.6
d. -0.5
What are the poles and zeroes of Z(s) of
75. Match List I (Insulating Material) with the above network?
List II (Application) and select the correct
answer using the code given below: a. s = - 12, s = - 6
List I b. s = - 6, s = - 12
A. Steatite c. s = - 3, s = - 6
B. Rutile (Titanium dioxide) d. s = - 2, s = - 4
C. Barium titanate 79.
D. Teflon
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B. Paramagnetic
C. Ferromagnetic
List II
1.  105
2.  105
3.  105
A unit impulse voltage is applied at t = 0
to the R-L circuit shown above while i(0-) Codes;
= 1 A. What is the expression for i(t)? A B C
a. e-10t a. 1 3 2
b. 1.5 e-10t b. 1 2 3
c. 2 e-10t c. 3 2 1
d. 10 e-10t d. 3 1 2
80. A circuit has two parallel branches. In one 84.
branch, R and L are connected in series
while in the other; R and C are connected
in series. If R = L / C , which one of the
following is not correct?
a. The circuit is in resonance
b. The two branch currents are in
quadrature
c. The circuit has an impedance
independent of its frequency Which one of the following gives the
correct short circuit parameter matrix V
d. The two branch currents are in phase
for the network shown above?
81. Consider the following statements:
 0.7 0.5
1. Buffer a.  
2. Differentiator  0.5 0.7 
3. Integrator  0.7 0.5
b.  
4. Comparator  0.5 0.8 
Which of the above is/are components in a  0.8 0.5
dual slope integrating type voltmeter? c.  
 0.5 0.7 
a. 1, 3 and 4
b. 1 and 2  0.7 0.5
d.  
c. 3 and 4  0.5 0.8 
d. 2 only 85.
82. Beam of electrons in a cathode ray tube
eminates because of
a. Second emission
b. Thermionic emission
c. Diffusion
d. Post acceleration
83. Match List I (Magnetic Material) with List For the two port network shown above,
II (Order of Susceptibility) and select the what is the voltage transfer function V2(s) /
correct answer using the code given below V1(s)?
the Lists: a. s/(1+2s2)
List I b. s/(1+2s)
A. Diamagnetic c. 1/(1 + 2s2)
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d. 1/(1 +2s) d.
86. For a series RLC resonant circuit, what is
the total reactance at the lower half power
frequency?
a. 2 R45
b. 2 R  45 89.
c. R
d. - R
87. Match List I (Insulator) with List II
(Application) and select the correct answer
using the codes given below the Lists:
List I
A. Mica For the circuit shown above, the poles of
B. Polystyrene the driving-point impedance function are
C. Porecelain at which one of the following locations?
D. Silicon rubber a. A pole at s = -2
List II b. A pole at s = -1
1. Bushings c. A double pole at s = -1
2. Electric wires and cables d. Poles at s = -1 and s -2
3. Low voltage capacitors 90. With the increase in frequency of in
electromagnetic wave in free space, how
4. Iron
do the velocity VC and characteristic
5. Radio cabinets impedance ZC change?
Codes; a. VC increases and ZC decreases
A B C D b. VC decreases and ZC increases
a. 4 5 1 2 c. Both VC and ZC increase
b. 2 1 3 4 d. Both VC and ZC remain unchanged
c. 4 1 3 2 91. The E field of a plane electromagnetic
d. 2 5 1 4 wave traveling in a non-magnetic non-
88. The current behaviour in a circuit is conducting
 medium is given
expressed by: i(t) 2e t  e 5t t  0 . Which by E  aˆ x 5cos 10 t  30Z  . What is the
9

one of the following figures shows the dielectric constant of the medium?
pole-zero pattern of I(s)?
a. 30
a.
b. 10
c. 9
d. 3
92. In the wave equation
 
b.  2 E E
 E    2  
2

t t
Which term is responsible for attenuation
of the wave?

a.  2 E

c. 2 E
b.   2
t

E
c. 
t
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d. All of the above three 100.
93. Metallic copper is a
a. Paramagnetic substance
b. Diamagnetic substance
c. Ferromagnetic substance
d. Ferromagnetic substance
94. The magnetic field required to reduce the
residual magnetisation to zero is called
a. Retentivity

b. Coercivity What is the value of the integral c
dl
c. Hysteresis along the curve c (c) is the curve ABCD in
d. Saturation magnetisation the direction of the arrow)?
95. Bohr magneton is unit of a. 2 R  aˆ x  aˆ y  / 2
a. Magnetic energy
b. Permanent dipole moment due to spin b. 2 R  aˆ x  aˆ y  / 2
c. Polarisability c. 2 Raˆ x
d. Hysteresis loss d. 2 Raˆ y
96. Magnetostriction is a phenomenon of
101. Consider the following statements:
a. Generation of electricity in ferro-
magnetic materials 1. Poisson’s equation finds application in
vacuum tube and gaseous discharge
b. Generation of magnetism in
problems.
conductors
2. Gauss’s law is useful for determining
c. Change in permeability of ferro-
field and potential distribution about
magnetic materials during
bodies having unsymmetrical
magnetisation
geometry.
d. Change in physical dimensions of
3. For the propagation of electro-
ferromagnetic materials during
magnetic waves, the time varying
magnetisation
electric fields must support time
97. Superconductivity is destroyed varying magnetic fields.
a. At high temperature 4. The unit of Poynting’s vector is W/m2.
b. At high magnetic field Which of the statements given above are
c. In presence of magnetic impurities correct?
d. In all the above cases a. l, 2 and 3
98. Hall Effect can be used b. 1, 3 and 4
a. To find type of semiconductor c. 2, 3 and 4
(whether p or n type) d. 1, 2 and 4
b. To find carrier concentration 102. If the electric field established by three
c. To measure conductivity point
 charges Q, 2Qand 3Q exerts a force
d. All of the above 3 F on 3Q and 2 F on 2Q, then what is
99. For electrostatic fields in charge free the force exerted on the point charge Q?

atmosphere, which one of the following is a. F
correct? 
  b. - F
a.   E  0 and .E  0 
  c. 5 F
b.   E  0 and .E  0 
  d. -5 F
c.   E  0 and .E  0
 
d.   E  0 and .E  0
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103. Which one of the following is not the valid a.  2V    / 
expression for magneto static field
 b. .  V    
vector B ?
 
a. B  . A c. .  V    
 
b. B    A d.  2V    / 

c. .B  0 109. The open circuit and short circuit
  impedances of a line are 100  each. What
d.   B  0 J
is the characteristic impedance of the line ?
104. What is the value of standing wave Ratio a. 100 2 
(SWR) in free space for transmission
coefficient   1/ 3 ? b. 100 
a. 2/3 c. 100/ 2 
b. 0.5 d. 50 
c. 4.0 110. A load impedance of (75 - j50) is
d. 2.0 connected to a transmission line of
105. What is the phase velocity of plane wave characteristic impedance Z0 = 75. The
in a good conductor? best method of matching comprises
a. A short circuit stub at load
a.  f 
b. A short circuit stub at some specific
 f distance from load
b.
   c. An open stub at load
d. Two short circuited stubs at specific
f distances from load
c.
   111. When a lossless transmission line is
terminated by a resistance equal to surge
f
d. 2 impedance, then what is value of the
   reflection coefficient?
106. What is the attenuation constant  for a. 1
distortion less transmission line? b. -1
a.  = 0 c. 0
C d. 0.5
b.   R 112. The instantaneous electric field of a plane
L
wave propagating in z-direction is
L
c.   R E  t    aˆ x E1 cos t  aˆ y E2 sin t  e  jkz
C
This wave is
RL
d.   a. Linearly polarized
C
b. Elliptically polarized
107. A 50  distortion less transmission line
c. Right hand circularly polarized
has a capacitance of 10-10 f/m. What is the
inductance per meter? d. Left hand circularly polarized
a. 0.25 H 113. Assertion (A): For a lossy transmission
line, the voltage standing wave ratio
b. 500 H (VSWR) is higher near the load end than
c. 5000 H that near the source end.
d. 50 H Reason (R): In the presence of losses, the
108. Which one of the following is the propagation constant of the line becomes a
Poisson’s equation for a linear and complex quantity.
isotropic but inhomogeneous medium? a. Both A and R are individually true and
R is the correct explanation of A
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b. Both A and R are true but R is not the a. Both A and R are individually true and
correct explanation of A R is the correct explanation of A
c. A is true but R is false b. Both A and R are true but R is not the
d. A is false but R is true correct explanation of A
114. Assertion (A): The flux densities used in c. A is true but R is false
PMMC instruments vary from 0.1T to d. A is false but R is true
1.0T. 118. Assertion (A): For a control system having
Reason (R): The power requirement for synchro pair as error detector dc amplifier
PMMC movement to give full scale as control amplifier, a phase sensitive
deflection is small ranging from 25W to detector is required to demodulate in place
200 W. of ordinary diode detector.
a. Both A and R are individually true and Reason (R): Synchro output is a
R is the correct explanation of A suppressed carrier amplitude modulated
b. Both A and R are true but R is not the signal which cannot be demodulated by
correct explanation of A ordinary diode detector.
c. A is true but R is false a. Both A and R are individually true and
R is the correct explanation of A
d. A is false but R is true
b. Both A and R are true but R is not the
115. Assertion (A): The variation in gain of the
correct explanation of A
system does not alter the phase angle plot
in the Bode diagram. c. A is true but R is false
Reason (R): The phase margin of the d. A is false but R is true
system is not affected by the variation in 119. Assertion (A): Skin depth is the depth by
gain of the system. which electromagnetic wave has been
a. Both A and R are individually true and increased to 37% of its original value.
R is the correct explanation of A Reason (R): The depth of penetration of
b. Both A and R are true but R is not the wave in a lossy dielectric increases with
correct explanation of A increasing wavelength.
c. A is true but R is false a. Both A and R are individually true and
R is the correct explanation of A
d. A is false but R is true
b. Both A and R are true but R is not the
116. Assertion (A): Signal flow graphs can be
correct explanation of A
used for block diagram reduction of linear
control system. c. A is true but R is false
Reason (R): Signal flow graph is a d. A is false but R is true
graphical representation for the variables 120. Assertion (A): An insulator has a high
representing the outputs of the various value of resistivity, and with increasing
blocks of the control system. temperature the value of its resistivity
a. Both A and R are individually true and decreases exponentially.
R is the correct explanation of A Reason (R): With increasing temperature,
b. Both A and R are true but R is not the the value of the energy band gap
correct explanation of A decreases.
c. A is true but R is false a. Both A and R are individually true and
R is the correct explanation of A
d. A is false but R is true
b. Both A and R are true but R is not the
117. Assertion (A): The PMMC type of
correct explanation of A
indicating instruments are always critically
damped. c. A is true but R is false
Reason (R): A critically damped system d. A is false but R is true
directly moves to its steady state without
oscillation.