# Communication Systems Questions and Answers

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Let x t be a periodic signal with time period T Let y t x t to x t to for some to The Fourier Series coefficients of y t are denoted by bk If bk 0 for all odd k then to can be equal to 1 2 3 4 T 8 T 4 T 2 2T
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Question 2 In Figure 1 shown below how much stronger is the signal from transmitter A at the car than the signal from transmitter B if dA is six times as large as dB if the distances between the car and the transmitters are over 100 m Show intermediate steps and details transmitter A da da transmitter B
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Maximum amplitude of amplitude modulated wave is 12 volt and minimum amplitude is 4 volt If frequency of carrier wave is 1000 KHz and frequencies of side bands are 998 KHz and 1002 KHz then a Modulation index is 60 b Modulation index is 33 c Frequency of the modulating signal is 4 KHz d Frequency of the modulating signal is 2 KHz
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A body of mass m 1 8 kg is placed on an inclined plane of inclination a 37 with the horizontal It is attached to the top of the inclined plane with a string which is parallel to the inclined plane if the inclined plane is moved with a horizontal acceleration a What is the value of a in m s if the body pushes the slope with a Friction is absent force of 3mg 4 everywhere a m 37
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alternative A B C D C D then select the correct Bis parallel to C D A is perpendicular to C component of Calong Acomponent of Dalong A component of Calong A component of Dalong
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The condition of a semiconductor diode can be determined quickly using A B a digital display meter DDM a curve tracer C both A and B CO
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From an elevated point A a stone is projected vertically upwards When the stone reaches a distance h below A its velocity is double of what it was at a height h above A The greatest height attained by the stone is h 2h b 3 3 5h 5h 4 3 a c
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Ex A 500 m light colored swimming pool is located in a normal suburban site where the measured wind speed at 10 m height is 3 m s The water temperature is 25 C the ambient air temperature is 17 C and relative humidity is 60 There are no swimmers in the pool the temperature of the make up water is 22 C and the solar irradiation on a horizontal surface for the day is 20 2 MJ m d How much energy must the solar system supply Q to the pool to keep its temperature to 25 C
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y ABC B C A B INTO CANONICAL FORM IS 1 y m 0 1 4 2 y Em 0 1 7 3 y m 1 4 7 4 v Em 0 1 4 7
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Q4 For static system as shown in figure below if k 50 N mm m m 0 25 for the blocks m and m tensions T1 28 35N spring elongation 5 mm and the force F1 m cose m sin 0 Find the inclination angle Tension in other wire and the mass of blocks By using the Grammar method www T2 m2 3 T1 ml 0
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4 R To find the resistance of a galvanometer by the half deflection method the following circuit is used with resistances R 9970 2 R 30 2 and R3 0 The deflection in the galvanometer is 107 2 the deflection changed to d 2 The d With R3 galvanometer resistance is approximately 1 107 S2 3 107 20 2 1372 4 77 S HH 20 R G R3 2
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in the figure Then it will follow the following path The magnetic field is directed into the paper y 0 0 0 0 x A It will continue to move along positive axis B It will move along a curved path bendin towards positive x axis C It will move along a curved path bendi towards negative y axis th alc
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8 A long capillary tube with both ends open is filled with water and set in vertical position The radius of the capillary is 0 1 cm and the surface tension of water is 70 dyne cm The length of the water column remaining in capillary tube will be the g 1000 cm s2 and density of water 1 g cm 1 1 9 mm 3 2 8 mm 21 4 cm 4 2 8 cm
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kHz d 2522 kHz and 2498 kHz 30 An oscillator is producing FM waves o frequency 2 kHz with a variation of 10 kHz The modulation index is a 0 20 b 5 0 c 0 67 d 1 5
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The Young s modulus of a wire of length L and radius r is Y newton per square metre If the length is reduced to L 2 and radius to r 2 its Young s modulus will be Y 1 2 3 2Y 2 Y 4 4Y
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The K absorption edge of an unknown element is 0 167 Select the correct alternat A The unknown element will be Rhenium Z 75 B The unknown element will be Tungsten Z 74 C The average wavelength of the K D The average wavelength of the K line will be 0 0333 line will be 0 0222
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33 Which of the following options is correct for having a straight line motion represented by t s graph 0 D A B SI 8 1 The object moves with constantly increa sing velocity from O to A then it moves with constant velocity 2 Velocity of the object increases uniformly 3 Average velocity is zero A The graph shown is impossible
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Limiting Reactant 1 A mixture containing 21 moles of F2 and 8 moles of S is allowed to react according to the reaction 3F2 SSF6 A What is the limiting reactant B How many moles of the excess reactant remain after all of the limiting reactant reacted completely
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4 Calculate the force between a particle with a charge of 0 0050 C and a particle with charge of 0 0030 C separated by a distance of 0 50 m
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For this question you can use your textbook for details Please do not use direct sentences they won t make much sense here because you have to show your comprehension of what we ve been talking about in class and in the book Explain in 4 5 sentences how Ghana s fight for independence from Britain features ALL of the following patterns we have seen over and over in history when a nation is fighting for its independence from an imperialist country An existing nation s attitude about an imperialist country taking over The existing nation s actions to push out the imperialist country A power vacuum what it is and why it existed The most common type of government after a power vacuum make sure to name who filled the vacuum and what type of government they had
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When stars exhaust their core hydrogen and leave the main sequence they become giants During this stage what happens to their luminosity and surface temperature Select one A luminosity increases surface temperature increases OB luminosity increases surface temperature decreases OC luminosity decreases surface temperature increases OD luminosity decreases surface temperature decreases
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An FM radio station has a frequency of 96 7 MHz What is the corresponding wavelength to this radio station 0000 600 m 3 1 m 100 m 2 3 m
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ONE physics equation explained cell phone communication
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3 What does Congress do when it decides on appropriation
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Quinn is standing on the beach at the edge of the ocean looking straight ahead It is a clear day and Quinn can see so far that the earth starts to curve away She wonders how far she can see Quinn knows the radius of the Earth is approximately 3 959 miles and her eyes are 5 25 feet above the ground Which model can she use to help her figure out how far she can see in miles x Models are not drawn to scale 5 25 ft x mi 3 959 mi 5 25 ft x mi 3 959 mi Use this model to find how far Quinn can see out over the ocean There are 5 280 feet in a mile Round your answer to the nearest tenth
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A local FM radio station broadcasts at a frequency of 89 6 MHz Calculate the wavelength at which it is broadcasting Wavelength meter 1 MHz 106 s
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A local FM radio station broadcasts at a frequency of 90 7 MHz Calculate the energy of the frequency at which it is broadcasting Energy kJ photon 1 MHz 106 sec 1
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Work on an Abstract about Cell Phone Communication which should be a summary of what you want to explore this is a good way to guide yourselves to what you want to read about and absorb for your presentation The Abstract should be a paragraph or two which you should submit here
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Hunter S Thompson was a writer opposed to the Vietnam War He wrote a piece in the style of A Modest Proposal suggesting that he would use napalm to kill Vietnamese dogs and perhaps some people This text is an example of satire dramatic Irony manic sarcasm
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What happened in the speaker's and listener's brains when they communicated? You may answer with bullet points.
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If the frequency of the wave used by your favourite station is 91.6 Megahertz, what is the wavelength? Answer in units of m. Answer in units of m If the station is 55 km away, how long does it take for the radio waves to reach you from the station? Answer in units of seconds.
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Hunter S. Thompson was a writer opposed to the Vietnam War. He wrote a piece, in the style of A Modest Proposal, suggesting that he would use napalm to kill Vietnamese dogs and perhaps some people. This text is an example of satire dramatic Irony manic sarcasm None of the choices
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Using the equations below calculate the efficiency of a compact fluorescent light bulb if it produces 43 J of light energy, while 95 J of electrical energy is input. Type your answer below properly rounded to the tenths place! (No units! You'll select that in a question below!)
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The platter of the hard drive of a computer rotates at frequency f = 7200 rpm (rpm = revolutions per minute = rev/min) a. Calculate the angular velocity o (rad/s) of the platter. b. The reading head of the drive r = 3 cm (= 0.03 m) from the rotation axis. Calculate the linear speed v of the point on the platter just below it. c. If a single bit requires 0.5 µm of length along the direction of motion, how many bits per second can the writing head write when it is r = 3 cm from the axis?
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Where do meteors come from? A. They are the result of supernova. B. They are melted particles that fell from comets. C. They are debris from nuclear explosions in space. D. They came from asteroids that collided and tiny pieces chip off due to the collision.