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GATE2020EC: 13
The impedances $Z=jX,$ for all $X$ in the range $\left ( \infty ,\infty \right )$, map to the Smith chart as a circle of radius $1$ with centre at $(0, 0)$. a point at the centre of the chart. a line passing through the centre of the chart. a circle of radius $0.5$ with centre at $(0.5, 0)$.
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GATE2020EC: 21
A transmission line of length $3\lambda /4$ and having a characteristic impedance of $50$ $\Omega$ is terminated with a load of $400 \Omega$. The impedance (rounded off to two decimal places) seen at the input end of the transmission line is __________ $\Omega$.
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GATE2020EC: 43
For an infinitesimally small dipole in free space, the electric field $E_{\theta }$ in the far field is proportional to $e^{jkr/r}\sin\theta$, where $k=2\pi /\lambda$. A vertical infinitesimally small electric dipole $\left (\delta l \ll \lambda \right )$ is placed ... far field radiation pattern occurs at $\theta =60^{\circ}$, is $\lambda$ $0.5\lambda$ $0.25\lambda$ $0.75\lambda$
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GATE2020EC: 46
For a $2$port network consisting of an ideal lossless transformer, the parameter $S_{21}$ (rounded off to two decimal places) for a reference impedance of $10 \Omega$, is __________.
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GATE2020EC: 50
For the components in the sequential circuit shown below, $t_{pd}$ is the propagation delay, $t_{\text{setup}}$ is the setuptime, and $t_{\text{hold}}$ is the hold time. The maximum clock frequency (rounded off to the nearest integer), at which the given circuit can operate reliably, is _________$\text{MHz}$.
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GATE2019 EC: 12
In the table shown, List I and List II, respectively, contain terms appearing on the lefthand side and the righthand side of Maxwell's equations (in their standard form). Match the lefthand side with the corresponding righthand side. ... $1Q,2R,3P,4S$ $1Q,2S,3P,4R$ $1R,2Q,3S,4P$
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GATE2019 EC: 23
Radiation resistance of a small dipole current element of length $l$ at a frequency of $3$ GHz is $3$ ohms. If the length is changed by $1\%$, then the percentage change in the radiation resistance, rounded off to two decimal places, is ________ $\%.$
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GATE2019 EC: 24
In the circuit shown, $V_{s}$ is square wave of period $T$ with maximum and minimum values of $8\: V$ and $10\: V$, respectively. Assume that the diode is ideal and $R_{1}=R_{2}=50\: \Omega.$ The average value of $V_{L}$ is _______ volts (rounded off to $1$ decimal place).
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GATE2019 EC: 37
The dispersion equation of a waveguide, which relates the wavenumber $k$ to the frequency $\omega$ is $k(\omega)= (1/c) \sqrt{\omega^{2}\omega_{\circ}^{2}}$ where the speed of light $c= 2 \times 10^{8}\: m/s$ and $\omega_{\circ}$ ... $2 \times 10^{8}\: m/s$ $3 \times 10^{8}\: m/s$ $4.5 \times 10^{8}\: m/s$
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GATE2019 EC: 51
A rectangular waveguide of width $w$ and height $h$ has cutoff frequencies for $TE_{10}$ and $TE_{11}$ modes in the ration $1:2$ . The aspect ratio $w/h$, rounded off to two decimal places , is _______.
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GATE2016324
If a righthanded circularly polarized wave is incident normally on a plane perfect conductor, then the reflected wave will be righthanded circularly polarized lefthanded circularly polarized elliptically polarized with a tilt angle of $45^ \circ$ horizontally polarized
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GATE2016325
Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction is mathematically described by which one of the following equations? $\nabla\ \bullet \overrightarrow{B} = 0$ $\nabla\ \bullet \overrightarrow{D} = \rho_V$ ...
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GATE2016352
Consider an airfilled rectangular waveguide with dimensions $a=2.286\:cm$ and $b=1.016\:cm$. At $10 \:GHz$ operating frequency, the value of the propagation constant (per meter) of the corresponding propagation mode is _______
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GATE2016353
Consider an airfilled rectangular waveguide with dimensions $a=2.286\:cm$ and $b=1.016\:cm$. The increasing order of the cutoff frequencies for different modes is $TE_{01}<TE_{10}<TE_{11}<TE_{20}$ $TE_{20}<TE_{11}<TE_{10}<TE_{01}$ $TE_{10}<TE_{20}<TE_{01}<TE_{11}$ $TE_{10}<TE_{11}<TE_{20}<TE_{01}$
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GATE2016354
A radar operating at $5\:GHz$ uses a common antenna for transmission and reception. The antenna has a gain of $150$ and is aligned for maximum directional radiation and reception to a target $1\:km$ away having radar crosssection of $3\:m^2$. If it transmits $100\:kW$, then the received power (in $\mu W)$ is _______
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GATE2016355
Consider the charge profile shown in the figure. The resultant potential distribution is best described by
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GATE2016223
A uniform and constant magnetic field $\textbf{B}=\hat{z}B$ exists in the $\hat{z}$ direction in vacuum. A particle of mass $m$ with a small charge $q$ is introduced into this region with an initial velocity $\textbf{v}=\hat{x}v_{x}+\hat{z}v_{z}$. ... $xy$ plane. Linear motion in the $\hat{z}$ direction. Linear motion in the $\hat{x}$ direction.
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GATE2016224
Let the electric field vector of a plane electromagnetic wave propagating in a homogeneous medium be expressed as $\textbf{E}=\hat{x}E_{x}e^{j(\omega t\beta z)},$ where the propogation constant $\beta$ is a function of the angular frequency $\omega$. ... polarization of the wave. The group velocity of the wave. The phase velocity of the wave. The power flux through the $z=0$ plane.
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GATE2016225
Light from free space is incident at an angle $\theta _{i}$ to the normal of the facet of a stepindex large core optical fibre. The core and cladding refractive indices are $n _{1}=1.5$ and $n _{2}=1.4$, respectively. The maximum value of $\theta _{i}$ (in degrees) for which the incident light will be guided in the core of the fibre is _________
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GATE2016254
A microwave circuit consisting of lossless transmission lines $T_{1}$ and $T_{2}$ is shown in the figure. The plot shows the magnitude of the input reflection coefficient $\Gamma$ as a function of frequency $f$. The phase velocity of the signal in the transmission lines is $2\times 10^{8}$ $m/s$. The length $L$ (in meters) of $T_{2}$ is _________
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GATE2016152
An antenna pointing in a certain direction has a noise temperature of $50 \: K$. The ambient temperature is $290 \: K$. The antenna is connected to a preamplifier that has a noise figure of $2$ dB and an available gain of $40$ dB over an effective bandwidth of $12$ MHz. The effective ... $P_{a0} = 3.85 \times 10^{10}W$ $T_e = 160.62\thinspace K$ and $P_{a0} = 4.6\times 10^{10}W$
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GATE2016153
Two lossless Xband horn antennas are separated by a distance of $200 \lambda$. The amplitude reflection coefficients at the terminals of the transmitting and receiving antennas are $0.15$ and $0.18$,respectively. The maximum directives of the ... antennas are perfectly aligned and polarization matched, the power ( in mW) delivered to the load at the receiver is _________
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GATE2016155
The farzone power density radiated by a helical antenna is approximated as: ${\overrightarrow W_{rad}= \overrightarrow W_{average} \approx \hat {a_r}C_0\frac{1}{r^2}\cos^4\theta}$ The radiated power density is symmetrical with respect to $\phi$ and exists only ... and the maximum directivity of the antenna, respectively, are $1.5C_0,10dB$ $1.256C_0,10dB$ $1.256C_0,12dB$ $1.5C_0,12dB$
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GATE2015324
The directivity of an antenna array can be increased by adding more antenna elements, as a larger number of elements improves the radiation efficiency increases the effective area of the antenna results in a better impedance matching allows more power to be transmitted by the antenna
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GATE2015325
A coaxial cable is made of two brass conductors. The spacing between the conductors is filled with Teflon $(\varepsilon_{r} = 2.1, \tan \delta = 0).$ Which one of the following circuits can represent the lumped element model of a small piece of this cable having length $\Delta z$?
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GATE2015353
Consider the $3\:m$ long lossless airfilled transmission line shown in the figure. It has a characteristic impedance of $120\pi\: \Omega,$ is terminated by a short circuit, and is excited with a frequency of $37.5\: MHz.$ What is the nature of the input impedance $(Z_{in})?$ Open Short Inductive Capacitive
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GATE2015224
In a source free region in vacuum, if the electrostatic potential $\varphi = 2x^{2} + y^{2} + cz^{2},$ the value of constant ܿ$c$ must be _______.
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GATE2015225
The electric field of a uniform plane electromagnetic wave is $\overrightarrow{E} = \left(\overrightarrow{a}_{x} + j 4 \overrightarrow{a}_{y}\right) \text{exp }[j(2\pi \times 10^{7}t – 0.2z)].$ The polarization of the wave is right handed circular right handed elliptical left handed circular left handed elliptical
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GATE2015253
An airfilled rectangular waveguide of internal dimensions $a\: cm \times b\: cm\:(a>b)$ has a cutoff frequency of $6\:GHz$ for the dominant $TE_{10}$ mode. For the same waveguide, if the cutoff frequency of the $TM_{11}$mode is $15\: GHz,$ the cutoff frequency of the $TE_{01}$ mode in $GHz$ is __________.
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GATE2015255
The electric field of a plane wave propagating in a lossless nonmagnetic medium is given by the following expression $\text{E}(z,t) = \textbf{a}_{x} 5 \cos(2\pi \times 10^{9}t + \beta z) + \textbf{a}_{y} 3 \cos\left(2\pi \times 10^{9} t + \beta z – \frac{\pi}{2}\right)$ The type of the polarization is Right Hand Circular Left Hand Elliptical Right Hand Elliptical Linear
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GATE2015121
The polar plot of the transfer function $G(s) = \frac{10(s+1)}{s+10}$ for $0 \leq \omega < \infty$ will be in the first quadrant second quadrant third quadrant fourth quadrant
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GATE2015137
All the logic gates shown in the figure have a propagation delay of $20$ ns. Let $A=C=0$ and $B=1$ until time $t=0$. At $t=0$, all the inputs flip (i.e., $A=C=1$ and $B=0$) and remain in that state. For $t>0$, output $Z=1$ for a duration (in ns) of ________.
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GATE2015153
The longitudinal component of the magnetic field inside an airfilled rectangular waveguide made of a perfect electric conductor is given by the following expression ... $b=0.033 \: m$. The mode of propagation inside the waveguide is $TM_{12}$ $TM_{21}$ $TE_{21}$ $TE_{12}$
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GATE201448
At $T=300 \:K$, the band gap and the intrinsic carrier concentration of GaAs are $1.42$ eV and $10^6 \: cm^{3}$, respectively. In order to generate electron hole pairs in GaAs, which one of the wavelength $(\lambda_C)$ ranges of incident radiation, is most suitable? (Given that: Plank's ... $1.62 \: \mu m < \lambda _C < 6.62 \: \mu m$
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GATE2014411
If the emitter resistance in a commonemitter voltage amplifier is not bypassed, it will reduce both the voltage gain and the input impedance reduce the voltage gain and increase the input impedance increase the voltage gain and reduce the input impedance reduce both the voltage gain and the input impedance
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GATE2014424
For an antenna radiating in free space, the electric field at a distance of $1$ km is found to be $12 \: mV/m$. Given that intrinsic impedance of the free space is $120 \pi \: \Omega$, the magnitude of average power density due to this antenna at a distance of $2$ km from the antenna (in $nW/m^2$) is _________.
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GATE2014425
Match column A with column B. ... $ 1 \rightarrow R; \: 2 \rightarrow Q; \: 3 \rightarrow P;$
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GATE2014433
For the twoport network shown in the figure, the impedance (Z) matrix (in $\Omega$) is $\begin{bmatrix} 6 & 24 \\ 42 & 9 \end{bmatrix}$ $\begin{bmatrix} 9 & 8 \\ 8 & 24 \end{bmatrix}$ $\begin{bmatrix} 9 & 6 \\ 6 & 24 \end{bmatrix}$ $\begin{bmatrix} 42 & 6 \\ 6 & 60 \end{bmatrix}$
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GATE2014441
A $16$ – bit ripple carry adder is realized using $16$ identical full adders (FA) as shown in the figure. The carrypropagation delay of each FA is $12$ ns and the sumpropagation delay of each FA is $15$ ns. The worst case delay (in ns) of this $16$bit adder will be _______
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GATE2014453
The electric field (assumed to be onedimensional) between two points $A$ and $B$ is shown. Let $\psi _A$ and $\psi _B$ be the electrostatic potentials at $A$ and $B$, respectively. The value of $\psi _B – \psi _A$ in Volts is ____________
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