# ADC Important Questions unit wise

## UNIT-I

** ANALOG COMMUNICATION**

**PART-A**(2-MARKS)

1. What is demodulation and modulation

2. Draw the spectrum of FM signal

3. Define amplitude modulation and SNR.

4. Differentiate between narrow band and wide band FM signal

5. Define modulation index, bandwidth efficiency, Degree of Modulation.

6. What is the purpose of limiter in FM receiver

7. If a 10v carrier is amplitude modulated by two different frequencies with amplitudes 2V and 3V respectively. Find the modulation index. (or) Consider an AM signal x(t)=2cos(2πfct) +0.5cos(2πfct).cos(2πfct).Find the modulation index used to generate the signal.

8. What is meant by double conversion receiver?

9. Write down the mathematical expression for angle modulated wave

10. Differentiate between an analog signal and a digital signal.

11. Define modulation depth for a FM System and highlight its impact on the spectral occupation.

12. Define a continuous signal and Discrete signal

13. Define thermal noise, flicker noise, short noise.

14. Distinguish between FM and PM.

15. What is bandwidth need to transmit 4khz voice signal using AM

16. Write one advantage and one disadvantage of delta modulation

17. Distinguish between power efficiency and spectral efficiency

18. What is IST? What is the reason for it occurrence?

19. Find the capacity of a channel having 50 khz bandwidth and produces SNR of 1023 at the output.

20. Define internal noise and list all the internal noise.

**PART-B**(16-MARKS)

**1.** Define FM and PM modulation and write their equations. Describe the generation of FM wave using Armstrong method.

**2.** An AM signal has the equation

v(t) = [15+4sin(44×103 t)] sin (46.5x106t)V

1. Find the carrier frequency

2. Find the frequency of the modulating signal.

3. Find the value of m.

4. Find the peak voltage of the unmodulated carrier.

5. Sketch the signal in the time domain, showing voltage and time scales.

**3.** For a modulation coefficient m = 0.2 and carrier power Pc = 1000 W, determine the following.

1. Total sideband power

2. Upper and lower sideband power

3. Modulated carrier power

4. Total transmitted power.

**4.** a. Illustrate the relationship between frequency modulation and phase modulation with a block diagram.

b. Describe the average power required for an angle modulated wave with mathematical expression.

**5.** a. With neat block diagram describe AM transmitter

b. Derive for carrier power and transmitter power in AM in terms of modulation index.

**6.** a. Explain the function of every block of superhetrodyne FM receiver.

b. Differentiate AM , FM & PM

**7.** a. Explain the Principles of amplitude modulation

b. Write a note on frequency spectrum analysis of angle modulated waves. Explain the band width requirements of angle modulated waves

**8.** (i) A modulating signal of 2 cos5000t is amplitude modulated over a carrier signal of 5cos20000t . Derive expressions for the modulation index, LSB and VSB frequencies, Bandwidth and the ratio of Side Band Power in the Total Power of AM wave. (8)

(ii) Explain the principle of Angle Modulation. Derive and explain phase deviation,

Modulation index, frequency deviation and percent modulation. (8)

**9.** (i) An audio frequency signal 10 sin 2*3.14* 500t is used to amplitude modulate a carrier of 50 sin

5*3.14*10^5 t. Calculate

(1) Modulation index (6)

(2) Side band frequencies (5)

(3) BW required (5)

4) (i) Compare FM and AM. (12)

(ii) The phase deviation constant in a phase modulation system is K = 0.01 rad/v. Calculate the maximum phase deviation when a modulating signal of 10 V is applied?

**10.** (i) Distinguish between FM and PM by giving its mathematical analysis. (8)

(ii) Derive the relationship between the voltage amplitudes of the side band frequencies and the carrier and draw the frequency spectrum. (8)

**11.** In an AM modulator, 500 KHz carrier of amplitude 20 V is modulated by 10 KHz modulating signal which causes a change in the output wave of ｱ7.5 V . Determine:

(1) Upper and lower side band frequencies

(2) Modulation Index

(3) Peak amplitude of upper and lower side frequency

(4) Maximum and minimum amplitudes of envelope

**12.** Explain about different types of noises in communication systems.

## UNIT-II

**DIGITAL COMMUNICATION**

**PART-A**(2-MARKS)

1. Draw the constellation diagram of QPSK signal.

2. Find the minimum sampling frequency for a signal having frequency from 10mhz to 10.2 mhz in order to avoid aliasing

3. What do you meant by FSK

4. What is M–ary encoding

5. Draw 8-QAM phasor diagram

6. Determine the peak frequency deviation and minimum bandwidth for a binary FSK signal with a mark frequency of 49 khz, a space frequency of 51 khz

7. Define space division multiplexing

8. Draw the block diagram of BPSK Transmitter .

9. What is meant by fading

10. Define sampling theorem

11. Draw the null modem circuit.

12. What is binary phase shift keying?

13. Write down the expression for peak frequency deviation of FSK.

14. Define Nyquist sampling theorem.

15. Draw the block diagram of QPSK Transmitter.

16. Differentiate between PSK from DPSK.

17. What is the approximation bandwidth required to transmit a signal at 4khz using FM with frequency deviation of 75khz.

PART-B(16-MARKS)

PART-B

1. With a neat schematic diagram, explain the balanced ring modulator of BPSK.

2. a. Describe the two techniques of achieving carrier recovery circuit.

b. Explain the generation and detection of PSK system with the help of block diagrams.

3. a. For QPSK modulator with an input data rate equal to 12 Mbps and a carrier frequency of 100 MHz. Determine the following.

i. Minimum double sided Nyquist bandwidth

ii. Baud Rate

iii. Sketch the output spectrum

b. Define QAM and explain the working of 8-QAM transmitter and receiver with a block diagram.

4. a. Compare the different digital modulation schemes in terms of bandwidth bit error rate and efficiency.

b. For the DPSK modulator , determine the output phase sequence for the following input bit sequence: 11001100101010. Assume that the reference bit = 1.

5. Explain BPSK transmitter and receiver with block diagram and derive an expression for its probability of error.

6. Describe the working of QPSK transmitter and receiver. Determine its bandwidth efficiency and compare it with other m-ary PSK schemes.

7. a. Draw the block diagram of QPSK modulator, demodulator and explain the principle of operation.

b. With neat constellation diagram, explain the operation of QAM transmitter. List out its merits over PSK.

8. a. Explain the operation of the binary FSK modulator and demodulator with its constellation diagram.

b. Write a note on QPSK.

c. Write a note on DPSK.

9. (i) Draw FSK Transmitter and explain. Describe its Bandwidth Considerations. (8)

(ii) For a BPSK modulator with a Carrier frequency of 70 MHz and an input bit rate of 10 Mbps, determine the maximum and minimum upper and lower side frequencies, draw the output spectrum, determine the minimum Nyquist bandwidth, and calculate the baud (Assume f= 5MHz)

10. (i) Draw and explain the operations of Non-coherent and coherent FSK modulators. (8)

(ii) Draw QPSK modulator and explain. Describe its Bandwidth considerations. (8)

11. (i) Explain the principle of FSK transmitter and receiver. (10)

(ii) Write short notes on the spectrum and bandwidth of FSK. (6)

12. Draw the block diagram of FSK receiver and explain the operation. Determine the :

(i) peak frequency deviation

(ii) minimum bandwidth

(iii) baud for FSK signal with a mark frequency of 49 kHz, space frequency of 51 kHz, and input bit rate of 2 kbps.

13. What is known as Binary phase shift keying? Discuss in detail the BPSK transmitter and Receiver and also obtain the minimum double sided Nyquist bandwidth.

## UNIT-III

**DATA AND PULSE COMMUNICATION**

**PART-A**(2-MARKS)

1. What are the types of pulse modulation systems

2. What is pulse stuffing

3. What do you mean by non-linear encoding in PCM System

4. What is the advantage of differential PCM

5. Determine the nyquist rate for analog input frequency of a) 4khz b)10khz

6. Define companding

7. Find the minimum number of bits required in a PCM code for a dynamic range of 80 dB

8. Define the term : Synchronous transmission

9. Distinguish between half duplex and full duplex transmission.

10. Give at least four advantages of optical fiber over co-axial cable .

11. List the layer presented in ISO -OSI reference model

12. List any two data communication standard organisation

13. What is data modem

14. What are the types of data transmission?

15. What is the need for data modems

16. A Typical dial up telephone connection has a bandwidth of 3KU, and a signal to noise ratio of 30dB. calculate the shannon Limit.

17. What are advantages of QPSK?

18. What is half duplex and full duplex transmission?

** PART-B(**16-MARKS)

1. a.Explain any two data communication codes presently codes used for character encoding.

b. Give brief notes on eye pattern

2. With neat block diagram explain the data communication hardware.

3. a. Explain delta modulation with the help of transmitter and receiver diagrams.

b. What is quantizing error? illustrate with an example.

4. Draw the block diagram and explain the principle of operation of a PCM system. A binary channel with bit rate = 36000 bits/sec is available for PCM voice transmission. Find number of bits per sample, number of quantization levels and sampling frequency assuming highest frequency component of voice signal is 3.2 KHz.

5. a. What is the need for data communication interfaces?

b. Explain the electrical and functional specifications of the ISDN physical interface.

6. a. Draw the block diagram of a PCM system and explain function of each book.

b. What is Delta Modulation ? Explain its difference and disadvantages compared to PCM.

7. Describe the PCM transmitter and receiver with block diagram.

8. a. Differentiate between synchronous and asynchronous modem used in data communication.

b. Explain with block diagram how along signal is transmitted through digital transmission link using digital modulation technique.

9. a. Describe the basic principles of PCM system.

b. what is companding? Explain in Detail.

10. a. Write a note on data communication codes.

b. Explain serial and parallel interfaces in detail.

## UNIT-IV

**SOURCE AND ERROR CONTROL CODING**

#### PART – A (2-MARKS)

1. What is Entropy?

2. State any two properties of Entropy.

3. State the channel coding theorem for the discrete memoryless channel.

4. Define Channel capacity theorem.

5. What is prefix coding?

6. Define mutual information and state its properties.

7. Define Bandwidth efficiency.

8. Define Information rate.

9. Define channelcapacity of the discrete memoryless channel.

Data G(x) = x10 + x9+ x7+ x5+ x3+ x2+x1+ x0

CRC 16 polynomial, G(x) = x16 + x15 + x2+ x0 (see similarity problems)

10. A source is emitting symbols X1, X2 and X3 with probabilities respectively 0.6,

0.3 and 0.1. What is the entropy of the source?

11. Name the two source coding techniques.

12. Write down the formula for mutual information.

13. Differentiate lossy source coding from lossless source coding.

14. How does Shannon fano coding differ from lossy source coding?

15. What are the types of the channel?

16. Differentiate error detection from error correction.

17. Find the hamming distance between the following code words C1={1000111}

and C2 = {0001011}.

18. What is vertical redundancy checking?

19. State source coding theorem

20. Differentiate between cyclic codes and convolution codes.

PART – B (16MARKS)

PART – B

1. What is Entropy Techniques? Explain in detail.

2. Explain the Information Rate with suitable examples.

3. What is Source Coding Theorem? Explain with suitable examples.

4. Explain the Shannon fano coding & Huffman coding with suitable examples.

5. Explain the Data Compaction and Discrete Memory less Channels in detail.

6. Explain the Differential Entropy & Mutual Information for Continuous

Ensembles.

7. Describe the Error Control Codes and its applications in detail.

8. Explain the Convolution codes in detail.

9. Compare the Linear Block Codes and Binary Cyclic Codes in detail.

10. A discrete memoryless source has five symbols x1, x2, x3, x4, x5 with

probabilities 0.4, 0.19, 0.16, 0.15 & 0.15 respectively attached to every

symbol.

• Construct a Shannon fano code for the source and calculate code

efficiency (ŋ).

• Repeat for Huffman code compare the two techniques of source

coding

## UNIT-V

**MUTLI-USER AND RADIO COMMUNICATION**

**PART – A(2-MARKS)**

1. What is GSM?

2. State frequency reuse.

3. What is cell splitting?

4. Compare fixed channel assignment with dynamic channel assignment.

5. State hand off principle.

6. What is MAHO?

7. What is the different types of multiple access techniques?

8. What is the advantage and disadvantage of CDMA

9. Define satellite communication.

10. Compare geostationary orbit with geosynchronous orbit.

11. Define Kepler’s three law of planetary motions.

12. Define apogee and perigee.

13. What is transponder?

14. Derive the velocity of a geosynchronous satellite.

15. Define look angles of a satellite.

16. What is meant by footprint?

17. What are the basic components of a satellite earth station subsystem?

18. Define Bluetooth.

19. What are the applications of satellite communication?

20. What is the advantage and disadvantage of geostationary satellite?

PART –B (16-MARKS)

PART –B

1. Explain in detail Advanced Mobile Phone Systems (AMPS).

2. With neat block diagram explain GSM in detail.

3. Describe the application of CDMA in Wireless communication system.

4. Explain the two common multiple access technique for wireless

communication.

5. Compare and contrast TDMA and CDMA techniques.

6. Give a detail account of the different types of multiple access techniques.

7. Explain the Block diagram of satellite communication systems in detail.

8. Explain the Satellite frequency plans and Allocations in detail.

9. Explain the Satellite Access and Satellite Earth Station in detail.

10. Explain in detail: (i)Direct Broadcast Satellite (ii) Bluetooth