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# Test: Two Port Network

## 10 Questions MCQ Test Topicwise Question Bank for Electronics Engineering | Test: Two Port Network

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QUESTION: 1

### The two port matrix of an 1 : n ideal transfer is It describes the transfer in terms of its

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An ideal transfer having turns ratio of 1 : n is shown below. Here Also, or, Comparing equations (1) and (2) with standard transmission-parameter equations, QUESTION: 2

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QUESTION: 3

### A two port network is not reciprocal if

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QUESTION: 4

Assertion (A): Unilateral elements offer varying impedances with variations in flow of current while bilateral elements offer same impedance irrespective of flow of current.

Reason (R): If the magnitude of the current passing through an element is affected due to change in the polarity of the applied voltage, the element is called unilateral element while if the current magnitude remains the same even if the applied emf’s polarity is changed, it is called a bilateral element

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QUESTION: 5

The  parameters Z11 a nd Z22 of the given T-network shown below are Solution:  Comparing equations (1) and (2) with the standard z-parameter equations; QUESTION: 6

Match List-1 with List-11 and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:  Solution:

Z-parameter equations are: and h parameter equations are: Converting the Z-parameter equations into h-parameter equations, we have: and QUESTION: 7

in a two port network, Y11 is given by

Solution:  QUESTION: 8

The value of Z21(s) in the circuit shown below is Solution:  As V1(s) = V2{s) therefore, QUESTION: 9

A two port network has zero initial conditions. At t = 0; an impulse voltage δ(t) is applied at the input producing a voltage e-2t + e-3t)  u(t) volts at the output. If the output voltage required is te-2t u(t) then, the input voltage will be

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Given:
Input voltge, and output, Now, impulse response  Given, output   Using partial fraction expansion, A = 1 and B = -0.5. QUESTION: 10

The Z-parameter of the two port network shown below is given by Solution: Applying KVL in the two (oops, 