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    ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Instrumentation

    I am also getting 3.414, but answer is 3.46,how did you get 3.46 amp - - - Updated - - - Here what is the purpose of performing square and square root
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    Switched mode power supply

    1.The output of 12V SMPS is monitored in an oscilloscope with AC coupling enabled and with appropriate setting of time base and amplitude. What will be the waveform observed in the oscilloscope ? ans) Ripple alone can u please explain how did you get ripple alone
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    ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Instrumentation

    How did you get 3.414 ,explain clearly - - - Updated - - - how did you get 3.414 , can u please explain clearly
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    ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Instrumentation

    1. The current passing through a 10 ohm resistance is given by I=5+5√3 cos314t. The current is measured by a PMMC meter. What is the measured value?
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    ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Instrumentation

    1. The current in a 20 ohm resistor is given by I=2+4sin314t. The current is measured by a hot wire ammeter. What is the measured value?
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    Standard resistance values

    1.Which is not a "common" value of resistance. a) 2K7 b) 1M8 c) 330R d) 4K4 The Answer is 4K4 how?
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    Phasor diagram of a Amplitude modulation and Frequency modulation

    How to draw the Phasor diagrams of A.M and F.M. what are the reasons for the following two cases (1). In A.M the resultant of the two side band vectors is always in-phase with carrier component ,Why? (2). In F.M the resultant side band vector is always in phase-quadrature with carrier...
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    opticalcommunication properties

    Difference between photo conductive and photo voltaic principle
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    [moved] microprocessor basics

    A Microprocessor is (a) an analog device (b) a Digital device (c) Either an analog or a digital device (d)A combined analog and digital device which option is correct
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    optical communication numerical aperture

    Why the numerical aperture is less for long distance optical signal transmission and high for small distance optical signal transmission. Please explain the reasons
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    [SOLVED] Digital Electronics Combinational Circuits (adder, subtractor, NOR gates)

    I can able to design Full adder and Full Subtractor using 12 NOR gates. But I want to realize Full adder and Full subtractor by using Minimum number of NOR gates i.e 9 NOR gates. Please explain this Realization
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    PN junction diode Characteristics

    Explain the meaning of following statement: As doping increases the contact potential of the PN diode junction increases
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    Electronic Devices basics

    If an electron pass through a potential of 1 volt then its potential energy and kinetic energy will decrease by a 1 ev. Please explain how this statement corect
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    [SOLVED] Analog Communication

    During F.M Transmission if we interchange transmitter and receiver between particular two points the amount of information getting is same or changes
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    optical communication

    Why can't we use Optical fiber as a bi-directional channel.

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