GATE EC Question Paper 1999.
GATE i.e. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering Electronics and Communication 1999 Exam has been conducted by IISc Bangalore IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee. This GATE EC 1999 examination is the procedure to get the admission in M.Tech
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1.The first dominant pole encountered in the frequency response of a compensated op – amp is
- (a) 5Hz
- (bJ 10kHz
- (t) 1 MlIz
- (d) 100 MHz
2. Negative feedback in an amplifier
- (a) reduces gain
- (b) increases frequency and phase distortions
- (c) reduces bandwidth
- (d) incrcases noise
3.Crossover distortion behaviour is characteristic of
- (a) Class A output stage
- (b) Class B output stage
- (c) Class AB output stage
- (d) Common – base output stage
4.The early effect in a bipolar junction transistor is caused by
- (a) fast turn-on
- (b) fast turn-oil
- (c) large collector-base reverse bias
- (d) large emitter-base forward bias
5. Four independent messages have bandwidths of 100 Hz, 200 Hz, and 400 Hz, respecively. Each is sampled at the Nyquist rate, and the samples are time division multiplexed (TDM) and transmitted. The transmitted sample rate (in Hz) is
- (a) 1600
- (b) 800
- (c) 400
- (d) 200