If the characteristic impedance of a transmission line is 50 Ω, and the inductance of the transmission line being 25 mH/m, the capacitance of the lossy transmission line is:

1.1µF

2.10 µF

3.0.1 µF

4.50 µF

If the wave number of a medium is 20 and loss tangent is 0.4 , then the dielectric loss caused by the medium is:

1.4

2.2

3.3

4.6

A hollow rectangular waveguide cannot propagate TEM waves because:

1.Of the existence of only one conductor

2.Of the losses caused

3. It is dependent on the type of the material used

4.None of the mentioned

A lossy line that has a linear phase factor as a function of frequency is called:

1.distortion less line

2. terminated lossy line

3.loss less line

4.lossy line

After conjugate impedance matching the input impedance used for matching after normalization was 1+j with the characteristic impedance of the transmission line being 100Ω, then the generator impedance must have been:

1.100+100j

2.1+j

3.100-100j

4.1-j

Dominant mode is defined as:

1.Mode with the lowest cut off frequency

2.Mode with the highest cut off frequency

3.Any TEM mode is called a dominant mode

4.None of the mentioned

Expression for characteristic impedance Zₒ of a transmission line in terms of L and C the transmission line is:

1.√(C/L)

2.√(CL)

3.√(L/C)

4.1/√(LC)

Expression for α(attenuation constant) in terms of R , G, L and C of a transmission line is:

1.(R√(C/L)+G√(L/C))0.5

2.(R√(C/L)+G√(L/C))

3.(R√(L/C)+G√(C/L))

4.(R√(L/C)+G√(C/L))0.5

For a circular waveguide in TM11 mode of propagation with inner radius of 30mm, and the phase constant being equal to 0.3, then the wave impedance is equal to:

1.0.16 Ω

2.0.15 Ω

3.0.5 Ω

4.0.4 Ω

For a distortion less line, R= 0.8Ω/m, G= 0.8 msiemens/m, L= 0.01µH/m then C is:

1.10 pF

2.1pF

3.1nF

4.10nF

For a lossy transmission line, γ=0.02+j0.15 and is 20m long. The line is terminated with an impedance of a 400Ω. Then the input impedance of the transmission line given that the characteristic impedance of the transmission line is 156.13+j11.38Ω is:

1.100+j50 Ω

2.228+j36.8 Ω

3.50+36.8j Ω

4.none of the mentioned

For a low loss line when both conductor and di-electric loss is small, the assumption that could be made is:

1.R < < ωL and G < < ωC

2.R > > ωL and G > >ωC

3.R < <ωC and G < < ωL

4.R > >ωC and G > >ωL

For a matched transmission line with a generator impedance of 50Ω and the source being 4V,1GHZ,then the maximum power delivered to the line is:

1.0.4 watt

2. 0.04 watt

3.0.5 watt

4.no power is delivered

For a parallel plate waveguide, which of the following is true?

1.No real power flow occurs in the ‘z’ direction

2.Power flow occurs in ‘z’ direction

3.No power flow occurs in any direction

4.Wave propagation in z direction is not possible in any mode

For a parallel waveguide, the dominant mode for TM propagation is:

1.TM0 mode

2.TM1 mode

3. TM2 mode

4.Dominant mode does not exist

For any mode of propagation in a rectangular waveguide, propagation occurs:

1.Above the cut off frequency

2.Below the cut off frequency

3. Only at the cut-off frequency

4.Depends on the dimension of the waveguide

For dominant mode propagation in TE mode, if the rectangular waveguide has a broader dimension of 31.14 mm , then the cutoff wave number:

1.100

2.500

3.50

4.1000

For TM2 mode, if the distance between two parallel plates of a waveguide are 40 mm, then the cut off wavelength for TM2 mode is:

1.20 mm

2.80 mm

3.40 mm

4.60 mm

If a transmission line is exited from a source of 4V at 1.2GHz frequency with a generator impedance of 4+j3 with a characteristic impedance of the transmission line 50Ω,then the power delivered to the load is:

1.0.1 watt

2.0.9 watt

3. 0.8 watt

4.1watt

If a waveguide is filled with a lossless material of relative permeability 2, then the wave impedance in the TEM mode is:

1.188.5 Ω

2.170 Ω

3.123 Ω

4.345 Ω

If p=0.3 and the wave number of air in TM mode is 16, then the intrinsic impedance of air in TM mode given wave number is 125 is:

1.1 Ω

2. 0.9 Ω

3.0.8 Ω

4.2 Ω

If R = 1.5Ω/m, G = 0.2 mseimens/m, L = 2.5 nH/m, C = 0.1 pF/m for a low loss transmission line, then the attenuation constant of the transmission line is:

1.0.0.158

2.0.0523

3.0.0216

4.0.0745

If the dielectric loss of a medium is 0.2 Np/m with a wave number of 12, then the value of loss tangent is:

1.0.0334

2.0.05

3.0.08

4.0.09

If the generator impedance of a source connected to a transmission line is 50+j100Ω, then for conjugate matching to occur, the input impedance must be:

1.50-j100 Ω

2. 50+100 Ω

3.50 Ω

4.one of the mentioned

If the inductance and capacitance of a loss line transmission line are 45 mH/m and10 µF/m, the characteristic impedance of the transmission line is:

1.50Ω

2.67.08Ω

3.100Ω

4. none of the mentioned

If the intrinsic impedance of a medium is 0.8 Ω, with wave number 125 and β being 0.2, then the relative permeability of the medium is:

1.1.326

2.2.34

3.4.5

4.6.7

If the power delivered to a load is 0.04w, then the normalized generator impedance if the source use is 4V at 2GHz and the generator impedance is real and characteristic impedance of the transmission line is 50Ω is:

1.1 Ω

2.1+j Ω

3.1-j Ω

4.50 Ω

If the wave impedance of a medium is 200 Ω, then what is the relative permittivity of that medium?

1.1.885

2.2

3.2.2

4.2.5

If the wavelength of a signal is 10 mm, then the wavenumber of the material when a waveguide is filled with that material is:

1.628

2. 345

3. 123

4.None of the mentioned

If the width of a parallel plate waveguide is 30 mm and the distance between the parallel pates is 5 mm, with an intrinsic impedance of 377Ω, then the characteristic impedance of the wave is:

1.50 Ω

2.62.833 Ω

3.100 Ω

4.None of the mentioned

In a parallel plate waveguide, for a propagating mode, the value of β is:

1.Real

2.Complex

3.Imaginary

4.Cannot be defined

In TE01 mode of wave propagation in a rectangular waveguide, if the smaller dimension of the waveguide is 2 cm, then the cutoff wavelength for that mode is:

1.4 cm

2.8 cm

3.1 cm

4.2 cm

In TE10 mode of wave propagation in a rectangular waveguide, if the broader dimension of the waveguide is 40 cm, then the cutoff wavelength for that mode is:

1.8 cm

2.6 cm

3.4 cm

4.2 cm

In TM mode, what is the first propagating mode?

1.TM01 mode

2.TM11 mode

3.TM12 mode

4.TM10 mode

Maxwell’s equation for electromagnetic waves in a waveguide is:

1.∇×E = -jωµ(vector H)

2.∇×E =-jωμ(vector E)

3.∇×H=-jωμ(vector H)

4.∇×H=jωμ(vector H)

Phase velocity of the plane waves in the two direction in a parallel plate waveguide is:

1.1/√(μ∈)secant θ

2.1/√(μ∈)cosecant θ

3.1/√(μ∈)tangent θ

4.1/√(μ∈)cosine θ

The characteristic impedance of a parallel plate waveguide is given by:

1.η*D/W

2.η*W/D

3.D/ η*W d) η*√(D/W)

The condition for a distortion less line is:

1.R/L=G/C

2.R/C=G/L

3.R=G

4.C=L

The cutoff frequencies of the first two propagating modes of a Teflon on a filled circular waveguide with a=0.5 with ∈r=2.08 is:

1.12.19 GHz, 15.92 GHz

2.10 GHz, 12 GHz

3.12 GHz, 15 GHz

4.15 GHz, 12 GHz

The cutoff frequency for the dominant mode in TM mode propagation for a rectangular waveguide of dimension of 30mm*40mm is:

1.2 GHz

2.1 GHz

3.2 MHz

4.4 MHz

The fringe effect can be neglected in a parallel plate waveguide is because of:

1.The dielectric material used

2.Width of the plates is greater than the distance between the plates

3.Material of the parallel plate waveguide used

4.None of the mentioned

The losses that occur in a transmission line is:

1.Conduction losses

2.Di-electric loss

3.Both of the mentioned

4.None of the mentioned

The lowest mode of TE mode propagation in a circular waveguide is:

1.TE10 mode

2.TE00 mode

3. TE01 mode

4. TE11 mode

The lowest mode of TM wave propagation is:

1.TM10 mode

2.TM01 mode

3.TM11 mode

4.TM12 mode

The modes of propagation supported by a rectangular wave guide is:

1.TM, TEM, TE modes

2.TM, TE

3. TM, TEM

4.TE, TEM

The modes of wave propagation that a parallel plate waveguide can support are:

1.TEM, TE, TM modes

2.TM, TE modes

3. TEM, TM modes

4.TEM, TE modes

The wave impedance for a non-propagating mode in TE mode is:

1.K/β

2.Imaginary

3.Zero

4.Non-existing

The wave impedance of a TM mode in a parallel plate waveguide is a:

1.Function of frequency

2.Independent of frequency

3. Proportional to square of frequency

4.Inversely proportional to square of frequency

What are the modes of propagation that a co axial line supports?

1.TM, TE mode

2.TM, TE, TEM mode

3.TM, TEM mode

4.TE, TEM mode

Which of the following is true regarding attenuation?

1.Conductor loss

2.Di-electric loss

3.Sum of both conductor loss and di electric loss

4.Attenuation is different from the losses

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