GATE EE Question Paper 1992.
GATE i.e. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering Electrical Engineering 1992 Exam Has been Conducted by IISc Bangalore IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee. This GATE EE 1992 examination is the procedure to get the admission in M.Tech
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1.8. In a Common Emitter amplifier, the unbypassed emitter resistance provides
(a) Voltage-shunt feedback
(b) Current-series feedback
(c) Negative-voltage feedback
(d) Positive-current feedback
1.9. An ideal OPAMP is used to make an inverting amplifier. The two input terminals of the OPAMP are at the same potential because
(a) the two input terminals are directly shorted internally
(b) the input impedance of the OPAMP is infiinity
(c) the open ioop gain of the OPAMP is infinity
(d) CMRR is infinity
1.11. If the HLT instruction of a 8085 microprocessor is executed,
(a) the micrOprocessor )S disconnected from the system bus till the Reset is pressed
(b) the microprocerente into a Halt state and the bu,j are tra-stdcd
(c) the microprocessor halts execution of the program and returns to monitor
(d) the microprocessor reloads the program I rcrn the locations 0024 and 0025 H.
1.13. A resistance is measured by the voltmeter ammeter method employing d.c. excitation and a voltmeter of very high resistance Connected directly across the unknown resistance. lithe voltmeter and ammeter readings are subject to maximum possible errors of ± 2.4% and ±1.0% respectively, then the magnitude of the maximum possible percentage error in the value of resistance deduced from the measurement is nearly
(a) 1.4% (b) 1.7%
(c) 2.4% (d) 3.4%
1.14. The number of comparators needed in a parallel conversion type 8-bit A to D converter is
(a) 8 (b) 16
(c) 255 (d) 256
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