GATE EC Question Paper 1995.
GATE i.e. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering Electronics and Communication 1995 Exam has been conducted by IISc Bangalore IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee. This GATE EC 1995 examination is the procedure to get the admission in M.Tech
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1. A DC voltage source is connected across a series R-L-C circuit. Under steady-state conditions, the applied DC voltage drops entirely across the
(c) C only
(d) R and L combination
2. Consider a DC voltage source connected to a series R-C circuit. When the steady-slate reaches, the ratio of the energy stored in the capacitor to the total energy supplied by the voltage source, is equal to
3. Two 2 H inductance coils are connected in series and are also magnetically coupled to each other the coefficient of coupling being 0.1. The total inductance of the combination can be
(a) 0.4 H
(h) 3.2 H
(c) 4.0 H
(d) 3.3 [-1
4. Signal flow graph is used to find
(a) stability of the system
(b) controllability of the system
(c) transfer function of the system
(d) poles of the system
5. The final value theorem is tised to find the
(a) steady state value of the system output
(b) initial value of the system output
(c’) transient behaviour of the system output
(d) none of these