ECIL (Electronics Corporation Of India Ltd.) GET Examination conducted for the recruitment of the engineers in the various deparments.

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Electronic and communication 2010

1.The current I in the given network.

a) 1A

b) 3A

c) 5A

d) 7A

2.For the Delta‐ Wye transformation in given figure, the value of the resistance R is.

a) 1/3 ohms

b) 2/3 ohms

c) 3/2 ohms

d) 3 ohms

3.In the given network, the Thevenin’s equivalent as seen by the load resistance Rl is

a) V=10 V, R= 2ohms

b) V=10V, R=3 ohms

c) V=15V, R= 2ohms

d) V=15V, R=3 ohms

4.The current I in a series R‐L circuit with R=10 ohms and L=20mH is given by i=2sin500t A. If v is the voltage across the R‐L combination then i

a) lags v by 45 degree

b) is in‐phase with v

c) leads v by 45

d) lags v by 90

5.In thr given network, the mesh current I and the input impedance seen by the 50 V source, respectively, are

a) 125/13 A and 11/8 ohms

b) 150/13 A and 13/8 ohms

c) 150/13 A and 11/8 ohms

d) 125/13 A and 13/8 ohms

6.A voltage sourcehaving a source impedance Z = R + jX can deliver maximum Average power to a load impedance Z, when

a) Z = R + jX

b) Z = R

c) Z = jX

d) Z = R –jX

7.In the given circuit, the switch S is closed at t=0. Assuming that there is no initial Charge in the capacitor, the current i(t) for t>0 is

a) V/R e^ (‐2t/RC)

b) V/R e^ (‐t/RC)

c) V/2R e^ (‐2t/RC)

d) V/2R e^ (‐t/RC)

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