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Transmission Lines

1.

When the transmission line is matched to


the load, it
a. Transfers maximum current to the
load
b. Transfers maximum voltage to the
load
c. Transfers maximum power to the
load
d. Reduces the load current

2.

To couple a coaxial line to a parallel wire


line, it is best to use a _____
a. Slotted line
b. Directional coupler
c. Balun
d. Quarter wavelength transformer

3.

To be properly matched, the ratio of


maximum to minimum voltage along a
transmission line should be equal to
a. 50
b. 10
c. 2
d. 1

4.

For transmission line load matching over


a range of frequencies, it is best to use a
a. Balun
b. Broadband directional coupler
c. Double stub
d. Single adjustable stub

5.

The property of a material that determines


how much electrostatic energy can be
stored per unit volume when voltage is
applied.
a. Permeability
b. Magnetic effect
c. Capacitance
d. Permittivity

6.

When mismatch is great, this power


actually cause damage to the transmitter
or the line itself.
a.
The incident power
b.
The reflected power
c.
The power dissipation
d.
The carrier power

7.

The measure of the superiority of a


material over vacuum as a path for
magnetic lines of force is
a. Permitivity
b. Permeability
c. Conductivity
d. Resistivity

8.

A coax line has an attenuation of 2.4 dB


per 100 ft. The attenuation for 2.75 ft. is
____ dB.
a. 2.4
b. 4.8
c. 3.3
d. 6.6

9.

The characteristic impedance of a


transmission line is determined by
a. Its length
b. Its height above ground
c. Its physical construction
d. The operating frequency

10. Considering a coaxial transmission line,


maximum voltage on the line divided by
the minimum voltage equals the
a. Characteristic Impedance
b. ISWR
c. VSWR
d. Inductive Reactance
11. Transmission lines are either balanced or
unbalanced with respect to
a. Negative terminal
b. Input
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c.
d.

Ground
Positive terminal

17. Reflections on a transmission line can


occur when

12. The radiation resistance of a quarter


wave antenna is
a. 49 ohms
b. 288 ohms
c. 72 ohms
d. 144 ohms

a. Impedance of the source and load are


matched
b. Impedance of the source and the
load are mismatched
c. Resonance conditions are obtained
d. Power transfer between source and
load is maximum

13. The VSWR for a line terminated in its Zo


is
a. 0
b. 1
c. 1.5
d. Infinity

18. A measure of the mismatch between line


and load impedance is called as
a.
Reflection coefficient
b.
Standing wave ratio
c.
Loss
d.
Standing waves

14. A 75-j50 ohm load is connected to a


coaxial transmission line of Z0 = 75 ohms
at 10GHz. The best method of matching
consists in connecting
a. A short-circuited stub at the load
b. A capacitance at some specific
distance from the load
c. An inductance at the load
d. A short-circuited stub at some
specific distance from the load

19. At matched condition, SWR is equal to


a.
Zero
b.
One
c.
100
d.
Infinite

15. A resultant wave due to the combination


of incident and reflected wave.
a.
Electromagnetic wave
b.
Sine wave
c.
Standing wave
d.
Current

20. A characteristic of an infinite transmission


line is that
a. The impedance in equals
impedance out
b. It carries waves at the velocity of light
c. It can be connected to mismatched
loads
d. The impedance varies with the length
of the line

16. If the load impedance matches the


characteristic impedance of the line, there
are __________ standing waves.
a.
More
b.
Less
c.
No
d.
Ten (10)

21. The outer conductor of a coaxial


transmission line is usually grounded at
the:
a. Input and output
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b. Output only
c. Input only
d. Point of infinite resistance

26. The characteristic impedance of a


transmission line does not depend upon
its
a. Length
b. Conductor diameter
c. Conductor spacing
d. Thickness of armor

22. If the input impedance of an antenna is


300 ohms and it is fed with a 600 ohm
balanced transmission line, the SWR on
the line is
a. 4
b. 3
c. 2
d. 0.5

27. It is required to match a 73-ohm antenna


to a 600 ohm polyethylene coaxial feeder
line, with a velocity factor of 0.66 by
means of a quarter wave matching
transformer. At a frequency of 150 MHz,
the impedance of the matching section is
________ ohms.
a. 209.28
b. 310.5
c. 150.28
d. 450.82

23. The ratio of the reflected voltage to the


incident voltage on the transmission line
is termed as
a.
Reflection coefficient
b.
Standing wave ratio
c.
Loss
d.
Standing waves

28. The characteristic impedance of a


transmission line is the impedance
measured at the _____ when its length is
infinite.
a. Shorted end of the line
b. Midsection
c. Input
d. Output

24. Termination means


a. Load connected to the output end
of a transmission line
b. Result of disconnecting a line from a
transmitter
c. Looking back impedance of a line with
no load
d. Result of cutting both ends of a
conductor

29. It is required to match a 200 ohm load to


a 300 ohm transmission line to reduce the
SWR and attain resonance. A quarter
wave transformer used, directly
connected to the load has a Zo of ______
ohms.
a. 245
b. 425
c. 524
d. 254

25. Permeability is the measure of superiority


of a material over vacuum as a path of
magnetic lines of force. The permeability
of free space is equal to ______
henry/meter
a. 1.257 x 10exp-6
b. 1.527 x 10exp 6
c. 7.251 x 10exp-6
d. 5.217 x 10exp-6

30. The mismatch between antenna and


transmission line impedances cannot be
corrected by
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a.
b.
c.
d.

Using an LC network
Adjusting antenna length
Using a balun
Adjusting the length of the
transmission line

c.
d.

31. The most desirable value of SWR on a


transmission line is
a. 0
b. 1
c. 2
d. Infinity
32. At very high frequencies, transmission
lines are used as ________
a. Tuned circuits
b. Antennas
c. Insulators
d. Resistors

A capacitance at some
specific distance from the load
A short-circuited stub at
some specific distance from the
load

36. What is the characteristic impedance of a


single wire with diameter d = 0.25 mm
placed at the center between grounded
parallel planes separated by 1 mm apart.
The wire is held by a material with a
velocity factor of 0.75.
a.
85 ohms
b.
63 ohms
c.
50 ohms
d.
75 ohms

33. The minimum voltage along a


transmission line is 260 volts, while the
maximum is 390 volts. The SWR is
a. 0.67
b. 1.0
c. 1.2
d. 1.5

37. Referred to the dielectric constant of a


transmission line material
a.
Inductance and capacitance
b.
Velocity factor
c.
Characteristic impedance
d.
Propagation velocity

34. What characteristic impedance is needed


to match a 50-ohm line to a 300 ohmload?
a. 221 ohms
b. 122 ohms
c. 212 ohms
d. 112 ohms

38. To couple a coaxial line to a parallel-wire


line, it is best to use a
a.
Slotted line
b.
Balun
c.
Directional coupler
d.
Quarter-wave transformer

35. A (75 j50) - load is connected to a


coaxial transmission line of Zo = 75 , at
10 GHz. The best method of matching
consists in connecting
a.
A short-circuited stub at the
load
b.
An inductance at the load

39. Transmission line consisting of two


conductors that have equal resistance per
unit length.
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a.
Unbalanced line
b.
Open-wire line
c.
Balanced line
d.
Coaxial line

c.
Capacitor
d.
Inductor
44. At UHF and microwave frequencies,
transmission lines are commonly used as
a.
Antenna
b.
Coupler
c.
Resonant circuit
d.
Transformer

40. For maximum absorption of power at the


antenna, the relationship between the
characteristic impedance of the line Zo
and the load impedance Zl should be
Zo = ZL
A.
Zo > ZL
B.
Zo < ZL
C.
Zo = 0
D.

45. Transmission line is a two-wire cable that


connects the transmitter to the antenna or
the antenna to the receiver. The purpose
of the transmission line is to
a.
Amplify the RF signal
b.
Modulate the signal
c.
Carry the RF energy for the desired
distance
d.
All of the above

41. In the study of transmission cable, twin


lead is also referred to as a __________.
a.
Twisted pair
b.
Double cable
c.
Ribbon cable
d.
Open pair

46. To prevent radiation losses and


interference from external sources, the
inner conductor of this transmission line is
completely enclosed with a metal sheath
or braid.
a.
Coaxial cable
b.
Open-wire transmission lines
c.
Optical cables
d.
Waveguides

42. A ratio expressing the percentage of


incident voltage reflected on a
transmission line is known as the
a.
Velocity factor
b.
Standing-wave ratio
c.
Reflection coefficient
d.
Line efficiency
43. An open quarter-wave line at the
operating frequency acts like a(n)
a.
Series resonant circuit
b.
Parallel resonant circuit
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47. The characteristic impedance of a
transmission line is determined by:
a.
Its operating frequency
b.
Its length
c.
Its physical size and
arrangement
d.
The signal applied at the
input terminal
48. Shunt capacitance was determined due
to:
a.
Conductors were closed to each other
b.
The length and diameter of the
conductors
c.
Dielectric losses
d.
Flux linkages
49. At radio frequencies, a line is considered
lossless because:
a.
Characteristic impedance is determined
by its physical structure
b.
Inductive reactance is much more than
the resistance
c.
Capacitive reactance is much larger than
the shunt conductance
d.
Both B and C
50. If a change in the dielectric material
decreases the capacitance, the
characteristic impedance is
a.
Kept constant
b.
c.
d.

Decreased
Increased
halved
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