Analog Communication 4

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Part 4: List for questions and answers of Analog Communication


Q1. For a FM signal v(t) = 15 cos ( 10 * 10^8t + 10 sin 1220t), calculate

1. Carrier frequency

2. Modulating frequency

a) 159.1MHz, 194.1Hz

b) 185.5MHz, 200.15Hz

c) 350.1MHz, 200.1Hz

d) 159.1Hz, 194.1Hz


Q2. Guard bands are provided in FM signal to

a) Prevent interference from adjacent channels

b) To increase the noise

c) To increase bandwidth

d) None of the above


Q3. Maximum frequency deviation and the maximum bandwidth allowed for commercial FM broadcast is

a) 80KHz, 160Khz

b) 75KHz, 200Khz

c) 60KHz, 170Khz

d) 75KHz, 250Khz


Q4. In frequency modulation,

a) Armstrong method is used for generation

b) Multiple side bands are generated

c) The FM signal has infinite bandwidth

d) All of the above


Q5. After passing the FM signal through mixer, what is the change in the frequency deviation Δ  when the modulating frequency is doubled?

a) Becomes 2 Δ 

b) Becomes Δ  /2

c) Becomes Δ ^2

d) Remains unchanged 


Q6. Calculate the modulation index in an FM signal when fm (modulating frequency) is 250Hz and  Δf   (frequency deviation) is 5KHz

a) 20

b) 35

c) 50

d) 75


Q7. What is the value of carrier frequency in the following equation for the FM signal? 

v(t)= 5 cos(6600t+ 12sin2500t)

a) 1150 Hz

b) 6600 Hz

c) 2500 Hz

d) 1050 Hz


Q8. Calculate the dissipation in power across 20Ω resistor for the FM signal

v(t)= 20 cos(6600t+ 10sin2100t)

a) 5W

b) 20W

c) 10W

d) 400W


Q9. Calculate the maximum frequency deviation for the FM signal

v(t) = 10 cos (6000t+ 5sin2200t)

a) 2200 Hz

b) 6000 Hz

c) 1750 Hz

d) 11000 Hz


Q10. The equation v(t) = A cos [wt + kp f(t)] represents the signal as

a) Phase modulated signal

b) SSBSC signal

c) DSB SC signal

d) None of the above


Q11. The ratio of maximum peak frequency deviation and the maximum modulating signal frequency is termed as

a) Frequency deviation

b) Deviation ratio

c) Signal to noise ratio

d) Frequency spectrum 


Q12. Carson’s rule is used to calculate

a) Bandwidth of FM signal

b) Signal to noise ratio

c) Modulation index

d) Noise figure


Q13. The increase or decrease in the frequency around the carrier frequency is termed as

a) Figure factor

b) Frequency deviation

c) Modulation index

d) Frequency pectrum


Q14. Phase-locked loop can be used as

a) FM demodulator

b) AM demodulator

c) FM receiver

d) AM receiver


Q15. Change in instantaneous phase of the carrier with change in amplitude of the modulating signal generates

a) Direct FM

b) Indirect FM




Q16. VCO is used to generate

a) Direct FM

b) Indirect FM




Q17. FM is advantageous over AM as

a) The amplitude of FM is constant. So transmitter power remains unchanged in FM but it changes in AM

b) The depth of modulation in FM can be changed to any value by changing the frequency deviation. So the signal is not distorted

c) There is less possibility of adjacent channel interference due to presence of guard bands

d) All of the above 


Q18. The range of modulating frequency for Narrow Band FM is

a) 30 Hz to 15 KHz

b) 30 Hz to 30 KHz

c) 30 Hz to 3 KHz

d) 3 KHz to 30 KHz


Q19. The ratio of actual frequency deviation to the maximum allowable frequency deviation is called

a) Multi tone modulation

b) Percentage modulation

c) Phase deviation

d) Modulation index


Q20. What is the maximum modulating frequency allowed in commercial FM broadcastings?

a) 40 KHz

b) 75 KHz

c) 15 KHz

d) 120 KHz 


Part 4: List for questions and answers of Analog Communication


Q1. Answer: a


Q2. Answer: a


Q3. Answer: b


Q4. Answer: d


Q5. Answer: d


Q6. Answer: a


Q7. Answer: d


Q8. Answer: a


Q9. Answer: c


Q10. Answer: a


Q11. Answer: b


Q12. Answer: a


Q13. Answer: d


Q14. Answer: a


Q15. Answer: b


Q16. Answer: a


Q17. Answer: d


Q18. Answer: c


Q19. Answer: b


Q20. Answer: c