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GATE2019 EC: 29
It is desired to find a threetap casual filter which gives zero signal as an output to an input of the form $x[n]= c_{1}exp\left(\dfrac{j\pi n}{2}\right)+c_{2}\left(\dfrac{j\pi n}{2}\right),$ where $c_{1}$ and $c_{2}$ ... $n$, when $x[n]$ is as given above ? $a=1,b=1$ $a=0,b=1$ $a=1,b=1$ $a=0,b=1$
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GATE2019 EC: 31
Consider a causal secondorder system with the transfer function $G(s)=\dfrac{1}{1+2s+s^{2}}$ with a unitstep $R(s)=\dfrac{1}{s}$ as an input. Let $C(s)$ be the corresponding output. The time taken by the system output $c(t)$ to reach $94\%$ of its steadystate value $\underset{t\rightarrow \infty}{\lim}\:c(t),$ rounded off to two decimal places, is $5.25$ $4.50$ $3.89$ $2.81$
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GATE2019 EC: 32
The block diagram of a system is illustrated in the figure shown, where $X(s)$ is the input and $Y(s)$ is the output. The transfer function $H(s)=\dfrac{Y(s)}{X(s)}$ is $H(s)=\frac{s^{2}+1}{s^{3}+s^{2}+s+1}$ $H(s)=\frac{s^{2}+1}{s^{3}+2s^{2}+s+1}$ $H(s)=\frac{s+1}{s^{2}+s+1}$ $H(s)=\frac{s^{2}+1}{2s^{2}+1}$
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GATE2019 EC: 33
Let the statespace representation of an LTI system be $x(t)=A x(t)+B u(t), y(t)=Cx(t)+du(t)$ where $A,B,C$ are matrices, $d$ is a scalar, $u(t)$ is the input to the system, and $y(t)$ is its output. Let $B=[0\quad0\quad1]^{T}$ ... $A=\begin{bmatrix} 0&1&0\\ 0&0&1\\3&2&1 \\\end{bmatrix} \text{and} \quad C=\begin{bmatrix} 0&0&1 \end{bmatrix}$
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GATE2019 EC: 34
A single bit, equally likely to be $0$ and $1$, is to be sent across an additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel with power spectral density $N_{0}/2.$ Binary signaling with $0 \mapsto p(t),$ and $1 \mapsto q(t),$ is used for the transmission, along with an optimal ... $E$ would we obtain the $\textbf{same}$ biterror probability $P_{b}$? $0$ $1$ $2$ $3$
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GATE2019 EC: 35
The quantum efficiency $(\eta)$ and responsivity $(R)$ at wavelength $\lambda \:(\text{in}\: \mu m)$ in a pin photodetector are related by $R= \frac{\eta \times \lambda}{1.24}$ $R= \frac{\lambda}{\eta \times 1.24}$ $R= \frac{1.24 \times\lambda}{\eta}$ $R= \frac{1.24}{\eta \times \lambda}$
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GATE2019 EC: 36
Two identical copper wires $W1$ and $W2$ placed in parallel as shown in the figure, carry currents $I$ and $2I$, respectively, in opposite directions. If the two wires are separated by a distance of $4r$, then the magnitude of the magnetic field $\overrightarrow{B}$ between the wires at a distance $r$ ... $\frac{5\mu_{0}I}{6\pi r}$ $\frac{\mu_{0}^{2}I^{2}}{2\pi r^{2}}$
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GATE2019 EC: 38
In the circuit shown, the breakdown voltage and the maximum current of the Zener diode are $20\:V$ and $60\:mA$, respectively. The values of $R_{1}$ and $R_{L}$ are $200\: \Omega$ and $1\:k\Omega,$ respectively. What is the range of $V_{i}$ that will maintain the Zener diode in the ‘on’ state? $22\: V$ to $34\: V$ $24\: V$ to $36\: V$ $18\: V$ to $24\: V$ $20\: V$ to $28\: V$
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GATE2019 EC: 39
The state transition diagram for the circuit shown is
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GATE2019 EC: 40
In the circuits shown the threshold voltage of each $\text{nMOS}$ transistor is $0.6\:V.$ Ignoring the effect of channel length modulation and body bias. the values of $\text{Vout}1$ and $\text{Vout} 2,$ respectively, in volts, are $1.8$ and $1.2$ $2.4$ and $2.4$ $1.8$ and $2.4$ $2.4$ and $1.2$
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GATE2019 EC: 41
The $\text{RC}$ circuit shown below has a variable resistance $R(t)$ given by the following expression: $R(t)=R_{0}\left(1\frac{t}{T}\right) \text{for} \:\: 0 \leq t < T$ where $R_{0}=1\: \Omega,$ and $C=1\:F.$ ... at time $t=0$ is $1\: A,$ then the current $I(t)$, in amperes, at time $t=T/2$ is __________ (rounded off to $2$ decimal places).
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GATE2019 EC: 42
Consider a unity feedback system, as in the figure shown, with an integral compensator $\dfrac{K}{s}$ and openloop transfer function $G(s)=\dfrac{1}{s^{2}+3s+2}$ where $K>0.$ The positive value of $K$ for which there are exactly two poles of the unity feedback system on the $j\omega$ axis is equal to ________ (rounded off to two decimal places).
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Network Solution Methods
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GATE2019 EC: 43
Consider the homogenous ordinary differential equation $x^{2}\frac{d^{2}y}{dx^{2}}3x\frac{dy}{dx}+3y=0, \quad x>0$ with $y(x)$ as a general solution. Given that $y(1)=1 \quad \text{and} \quad y(2)=14$ the value of $y(1.5),$ rounded off to two decimal places, is________.
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GATE2019 EC: 44
Let $h[n]$ be a length  $7$ discretetime finite impulse response filter, given by $h[0]=4, \quad h[1]=3,\quad h[2]=2,\quad h[3]=1,$ $\quad h[1]=3, \quad h[2]=2, \quad h[3]=1,$ and $h[n]$ is zero for $n\geq4.$ ... $g[n],$ respectively. For the filter that minimizes $E(h,g),$ the value of $10g[1]+g[1],$ rounded off to $2$ decimal places, is __________.
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GATE2019 EC: 45
Let a random process $Y(t)$ be described as $Y(t)=h(t) \ast X(t)+Z(t),$ where $X(t)$ is a white noise process with power spectral density $S_{x}(f)=5$W/Hz. The filter $h(t)$ has a magnitude response given by $ \mid H(f) \mid =0.5$ ... , with power spectral density as shown in the figure. The power in $Y(t),$ in watts, is equal to _________ $W$ (rounded off to two decimal places).
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Communications
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GATE2019 EC: 46
A voice signal $m(t)$ is in the frequency range $5\:kHz$ to $15\:kHz$. The signal is amplitudemodulated to generated an AM signal $f(t)=A\left(1+m(t)\right)\cos 2\pi f_{c}t,$ where $f_{c}=600\: kHz.$ The AM signal $f(t)$ ... bits required for the encoding. The rate, in Megabits per second (rounded off to $2$ decimal places), of the resulting stream of coded bits is ________ Mbps.
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GATE2019 EC: 47
A random variable $X$ takes values $1$ and $+1$ with probabilities $0.2$ and $0.8$, respectively. It is transmitted across a channel which adds noise $N,$ so that the random variable at the channel output is $Y=X+N$. The noise $N$ is independent of ... the probability of error $Pr[ \hat{X} \neq X].$ The minimum probability of error, rounded off to $1$ decimal place, is _________.
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GATE2019 EC: 48
A Germanium sample of dimensions $1\: cm \times 1\: cm$ is illuminated with a $20\:mW,$ $600\: nm$ laser light source as shown in the figure. The illuminated sample surface has a $100\: nm$ of lossless Silicon dioxide layer that reflects onefourth of the ... the bandgap is $0.66\: eV,$ the thickness of the Germanium layer, rounded off to $3$ decimal places, is ________ $\mu m.$
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GATE2019 EC: 49
In an ideal $pn$ junction with an ideality factor of $1$ at $T=300\:K,$ the magnitude of the reversebias voltage required to reach $75\%$ of its reverse saturation current, rounded off to $2$ decimal places, is ______ $mV.$ $[k=1.38 \times 10^{23} JK^{1}, h=6.625 \times 10^{34} Js, q=1.602 \times 10^{19}C]$
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GATE2019 EC: 50
Consider a longchannel MOSFET with a channel length $1\:\mu m$ and width $10\: \mu m.$ The device parameters are acceptor concentration $N_{A}=5 \times 10^{16}\: cm^{3},$ electron mobility $\mu_{n}=800\: cm^{2}/Vs,$ ... $mA$ (rounded off to two decimal places.). $[\varepsilon_{0}=8.854 \times 10^{14}F/cm, \varepsilon_{si} =11.9]$
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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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Electromagnetics
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electromagnetics
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GATE2019 EC: 52
In the circuit shown. $V_{s}$ is a $10\:V$ square wave of period, $T=4\: ms$ with $R=500\: \Omega$ and $C= 10\:\mu F.$ The capacitor is initially uncharged at $t=0,$ and the diode is assumed to be ideal. The voltage across the capacitor $(V_{c})$ at $3\:ms$ is equal to _____ volts (rounded off to one decimal place)
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GATE2019 EC: 53
A CMOS inverter, designed to have a midpoint voltage $V_{1}$ equal to half of $V_{dd}.$ as shown in the figure, has the following parameters: $V_{dd}=3V$ $\mu_{n} C_{ox}=100\: \mu A/V^{2}; V_{tn}=0.7\:V $ for $\text{nMOS}$ ... ration of $\left(\frac{W}{L}\right)_{n}$ to $\left(\frac{W}{L}\right)_{p}$ is equal to _______ (rounded off to $3$ decimal places).
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GATE2019 EC: 54
In the circuit shown, the threshold voltages of the $pMOS\:\: (V_{tp})$ and $nMOS\:\: (V_{tn})$ transistors are both equal to $1\:V.$ All the transistors have the same output resistance $r_{ds}$ of $6\:M\Omega.$ The other parameters ... unit area. Ignoring the effect of channel length modulation and body bias, the gain of the circuit is ______ (rounded off to $1$ decimal place).
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GATE2019 EC: 55
In the circuit shown, $V_{1}=0$ and $V_{2}=V_{dd}.$ The other relevant parameters are mentioned in the figure. Ignoring the effect of channel length modulation and the body effect, the value of $I_{out}$ is _________ $mA$ (rounded off to $1$ decimal place).
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