# The ratio of the average energy of Constellation 1 to the average energy of Constellation is

1.  4a2

2.  4

3.  2

4.  8

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4

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# Match the following and choose the correct combination:   Group 1   Group 2 E Newton-Raphson metod 1 Solving nonlinear equations F Runge-Kutta Method 2 Solving linear simultaneous equation G Simpson's Rule 3 Solving ordinary differential Equations H Gauss Elimination 4 Numerical integrtion  Method     5 interpolation     6 Caluculation of Eigen Values

1.  E-6, F-1, G-5, H-3

2.  E-1, F-6, G-4, H-3

3.  E-1, F-3, G-4, H-2

4.  E-5, F-3, G-4, H-1

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E-1, F-3, G-4, H-2

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# If  these constellations are used  for digital communications over an AWGN  channel,  then which of the following statements is true

1.  Probability of symbol error

2.  Probability of symbol error for Constellation 1 is higher

3.  Probability of symbol error is equal for both the constellations

4.  The value of N0 will determine which of the two constellations has a lower probability of symbol error

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Probability of symbol error for Constellation 1 is higher

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1.

2.

3.

4.

4

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# The transfer function V0(s) Vt(s) is

1.  (1 - sRC)/(1 + sRC)

2.  (1 + sRC)/(1 - sRC)

3.  1/(1 - sRC)

4.  1/(1 + sRC)

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(1 - sRC)/(1 + sRC)

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# For the circuit show in the figure, the instantaneous current ii(t) is

1.  ((10√3)/2)  90° Amps.

2.  ((10√3)/2)  -90° Amps

3.  5

4.  5

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((10√3)/2)  90° Amps.

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# Impedance Z as shown in the given figure is

1.   j29Ω

2.  j9Ω

3.  j19Ω

4.  j39Ω

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j9Ω

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# For  the  circuit  shown  in  the  figure,  Thevenin's  voltage  and  Thevenin's  equivalent resistance atterminals a - b is

1.  5 V and 2 Ω

2.  7.5 V and 2.5 Ω

3.  4 V and 2 Ω

4.  3 V and 2.5 Ω

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7.5 V and 2.5 Ω

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# If R1  = R2  = R4  = R  and R3  =  1.1R  in  the  bridge  circuit  shown  in  the  figure,  then  the reading in the ideal voltmeter connected between a and b is

1.  0.238 V.

2.   0.138 V

3.  -0.238 V.

4.  1 V

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-0.238 V.

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1.   4 μm

2.   4.9 μm

3.   8 μm

4.   12 μm

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