# If the input to the circuit of figure is a sine wave the output will be

1.   A half-wave rectified sine wave

2.  A full-wave rectified sine wave

3.  A triangular wave

4.  A square wave

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A square wave

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# Dual slope integration type Analog-to-Digital converters provide

1.  Higher speeds compared to all other types of A/D converters

2.  Very good accuracy without putting extreme requirements on component stability

3.  Poor rejection of power supply him

4.  Better resolution compared to all other types of A/D converters for the same number of bits.

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Very good accuracy without putting extreme requirements on component stability

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# In a 4-bit weighed resistor D/A converter, the resistor value corresponding to LSB is 32-k ohm. The resistor value corresponding to MSB will be

1.  32 k-ohm

2.  16 k-ohm

3.   8 k-ohm

4.  4 k-ohm

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4 k-ohm

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# For a dual ADC type 3 ½ digital DVM, reference voltage is 100 mV and first integration time is set 300 ms. For some input voltage deintegration period is 370.2 ms. The DVM will indicate

1.  123.4

2.  199.9

3.  100.0

4.  1.414

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123.4

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# The inverting Op-Amp shown in the figure has an Open-loop gain of 100. The closed loop gain V0/Vs is

1.   -8

2.  -9

3.  -10

4.   -11

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-9

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# A dual-slope analog to digital converter uses an N-bit counter. When input signal Va is being integrated, then counter is allowed to count up to a value

1.  Equal to 2N -2

2.  Equal to 2N -1

3.  Proportional  to Va

4.  Inversely proportional to Va

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Inversely proportional to Va

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# The simplified block diagram of a 10-bit A/D converter of dual slope integrator type is shown in the given figure. The 10-bit counter at the output is clocked by a 1 MHz clock. Assuming negligible timing overhead for the control logic, the maximum frequency of the analog signal that can be converted using this A/D converter is approximately

1.  2 KHz

2.  1 KHz

3.  500 Hz

4.  250 Hz

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1 KHz

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# What overall accuracy could one reasonably expect from construction of a 10 bit A/D converter

1.  0.1%

2.  0.2%

3.  0.3%

4.  0.4%

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0.2\%

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# A 5 bit D/A converter has a current output for a digital input of 10100. If an output current of 10 m A is produced. What will Iout be for a digital input of 11101

1.  12.5 mA

2.  13.5 mA

3.  14.5 mA

4.   15.5 mA

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14.5 mA

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# In the figure assume the Op-Amps to be ideal. The output V0 of the circuit is

1.   10 cos (100 t)

2.

3.

4.  10-4 d/dt cos(100t)

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