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# Test: Resonance Part - 2

## 10 Questions MCQ Test Networking Theory | Test: Resonance Part - 2

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QUESTION: 1

### The maximum voltage across capacitor would be Solution:

Thevenin equivalent seen by L - C combination QUESTION: 2

### For the circuit shown in fig. P1.1.11 resonant frequency fo is Solution:

Applying 1 A at input port V1 = 10 V
voltage across 1 A source QUESTION: 3

### For the circuit shown in fig. P1.11.13 the resonant frequency f0 is Solution:  QUESTION: 4

The network function of circuit shown in fig.P1.11.14 is The value of the C and A is

Solution:  QUESTION: 5  Solution:  QUESTION: 6  Solution:  QUESTION: 7

The value of input frequency is required to cause a gain equal to 1.5. The value is Solution:  For any value of ω, R,C gain ≤ 1.
Thus (D) is correct option.

QUESTION: 8

In the circuit of fig. P1.11.18 phase shift equal to -45is required at frequency ω = 20 rad/s . The value of R is Solution:  QUESTION: 9

For the circuit of fig. P1.11.19 the input frequency is adjusted until the gain is equal to 0.6. The value of the frequency is Solution:  QUESTION: 10

Bode diagram of the network function Vo/Vs for the circuit of fig. P1.11.30 is Solution: -20 dB/decade line starting from ω = 5.56 rad s 20 dB/decade line starting from ω = 16.67 rad s Hence -20 dB/decade line for 5.56 < ω < 16.67 parallel to ω axis to ω > 16.67