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Regulations:2013 Year&Sem:I&II

S. R/U/AP/
Marks CO’S

(i) Analyze the circuit given below and find the total current taken from the

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(ii) Compute the value of current trough 100 ohms resistor?

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(i) Applying Kirchhoff’s law calculate the currents supplied by the batteries in
the network shown below?

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(ii) Use mesh analysis to determine the three mesh currents in the circuit of
figure shown in below

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(i) Apply nodal analysis method to determine the voltage across 5 ohm
resistance and the current in the 12 V source.

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(ii) Compute the RMS value of the (i) full rectified and (ii) half rectified sine
waves shown in the figure given below

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(i) Make use of RL series circuit concept, compute the circuit impedance,
admittance, current, voltage across resistance, voltage across inductor,
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apparent power, real power and power factor given that 100 ohms
resistor and a 20 mH inductor are connected in series across a 230 V, 50
(ii) Compute
HZ supplythe
. line and phase currents in each case and also the power
taken from the source. Given that the three 100 ohm resistors are 5 C01 AP
connected first in star and then in delta across 415v, 3-phase supply.
(i) Explain the construction and operation of dynamometer type wattmeter
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(ii) Describe the working principle of single phase energy meter 5 CO1 R
(i) Discuss the construction and principle of operation of a moving iron
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attraction type instruments
(ii) How a permanent magnet moving coil type instruments works?
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1 (i) Explain the construction and working principle of dc generator 8 CO2 U
(ii) Compute the induced EMF and the load resistance for the given short
shunt cumulative compound dc generator supplies 7.5 KW at 230 V .The
shunt field, series field and the armature resistance are 7 CO2 AP
100ohms,0.03ohms and 0.4 ohms respectively
2 (i) Develop the equation for EMF induced in a dc generator 8 CO2 AP
(ii) Compute the total power developed by the armature when it delivers
full output power for a given 30 KW, 300V, DC shunt generator has 7 CO2 AP
armature and field resistance of 0.05 ohms and 100 ohms respectively.

(i) List out the constructional parts of single phase transformer and explain
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in detail.
(ii) Develop the EMF equation of a transformer. 7 CO2 AP
(i) Compute a) The current flowing through the two windings on full load
b) secondary voltage on open circuit c) the maximum value of flux For
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primary and 40 turns in the secondary. The primary is connected to
1000V, 50HZ supply.
(ii) Give a short notes about ideal transformer and the energy efficiency of
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the transformer
5 (i) Discuss the construction and the working principle of the dc motor. 10 CO2 U
(ii) Write and derive the torque and speed equation of the dc motor? 5 CO2 AP
(i) Explain the working principle of various types of single phase induction
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motor with neat diagram
(ii) Compute speed and gross torque developed in a dc series motor if it has
a flux per pole of 25 mWb. A 250V,4 pole wave wound dc series motor
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has 782 conductors on its armature , it has armature and series field
resistance of 0.75 ohms . The motor takes the current of 40 A.
1 (i) Describe the working of a PN Junction diode with neat diagrams. 8 CO3 R
(ii) Explain its VI characteristics 7 U
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Demonstrate the breakdown mechanisms in semiconductor diodes 7 CO3 AP
(ii) Sketch the common emitter amplifier circuit with an NPN transistor 8 AP
(i) Illustrate with neat diagram the construction and the operation of the
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PNP transistor
(ii) Explain the characteristics of CE configuration of a NPN transistor. 7 U
4 (i) Describe the working of the CB configuration of a BJT 10 CO3 U
(ii) Discuss the operation of the half wave rectifier 5 U
(i) Sketch and explain the characteristics of CE configuration of a NPN
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(ii) Discuss the elementary treatment of small signal amplifier 5 U
6 (i) Compare the performance of a transistor in three different configuration 10 CO3 A
(ii) Demonstrate the amplifying action of a transistor 5 A
1 i) How a half adder is obtained with help of logic gates? Explain with truth
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table with expression of sum and carry.
ii) Explain the logic operations of OR, AND, NOT gate with the help of its CO4
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logic symbol. Co4
i) Discuss the operation briefly and draw the following flip flops.
a. RS flip flops using NOR gate
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b. D-Flip flops using NAND gate
c. JK flip flops
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Describe the operation of synchronous counters. 7 CO4 U
3 i) State and explain De-morgan’s theorem. 8 CO4 R
ii) Solve the following Boolean expressions.
a. XY+X’Z+YZ CO4
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b. (A’+B+C’).(A+B+C).(C+D).(C+D+E)

i) Develop a full adder, construct the truth table, simplify the output
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equations and draw the logic diagram.
ii) Give a brief explanation of A/D conversion and the need for the A/D CO4
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5 i) Explain the working of binary weighted register type D/A converter. 10 CO4 U
ii) Describe briefly about a simple ring counter and its counting action. 5 CO4 U
6 i) Illustrate asynchronous counter in detail. 10 CO4 U
ii) Analyze the function of XOR gate using NAND gates. 5 CO4 A
1 i) Express the principle of operation of microwave communication with a
neat block diagram. 8 CO5 U

ii) Write notes on the satellite communication with the neat diagram. 7 CO5 AP
i) Explain the block diagram of Optical fiber communication system in
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ii) Describe briefly about the operation of FM transmitter. 7 CO5 U
3 i) Discuss the elements of TV in detail. 8 CO5 U
ii) Explain the operation of FAX machine in detail. 7 CO5 U
i) What is the need for modulation? Explain the principles behind
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modulation and its needs.
ii) Compare and contrast the two types of modulation. 5 CO5 A
i) Describe the working of satellite communication with the help of Block
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diagram and its short note on earth station receiver.
ii) Explain the operation of monochrome TV transmitter. 5 CO5 U
i) How typical television video signal is converted to an image on TV
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screen. Draw typical TV video signal.
ii) Distinguish between modulation and demodulation. 5 CO5 A

CO1 Determine the electrical parameters using network reduction methods and to study the
operating principles of various indicating instruments
CO2 Explain the constructional details of DC/AC machines
CO3 Study the behaviour of semiconductor devices and its application in energy
CO4 Describe various combinational and sequential circuits of digital electronics.
CO5 Illustrate the applications of various communication systems and study of modulation
Note: R-Remember, U-Understanding, AP-Apply, A-Analyze

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