A carrier is simultaneously modulated by two sine waves with modulation indices of 0.4 and 0.3. The resultant modulation index will be
In a DSBSC system with 100% modulation, the power saving is
In previous solution P_{c} = 2/3P. If carrier is suppressed then 2/3 P or 66% power will be saved.
A 10 kW carrier is sinusoidally modulated by two carriers corresponding to a modulation index of 30% and 40% respectively. The total radiated power(is
= 11.25 kW
In amplitude modulation, the modulation envelope has a peak value which is double the unmodulated carrier value. What is the value of the modulation index ?
Thus α = 1, therefor modulation index is 1 or 100% modulation.
If the modulation index of an AM wave is changed from 0 to 1, the transmitted power
A diode detector has a load of 1 kΩ shunted by a 10000 pF capacitor. The diode has a forward resistance of 1 Ω. The maximum permissible depth of modulation,so as to avoid diagonal clipping, with modulating signal frequency fo 10 kHz will be
An AM signal is detected using an envelop detector.The carrier frequency and modulating signal frequency are 1 MHz and 2 kHz respectively. An appropriate value for the time constant of the envelope detector is.
A 1 MHz sinusoidal carrier is amplitude modulated by a symmetrical square wave of period 100 μ sec. Which of the following frequencies will NOT be present in the modulated signal?
Expressing square wave as modulating signal m(t)
For an AM signal, the bandwidth is 10 kHz and the highest frequency component present is 705 kHz. The carrier frequency used for this AM signal is
A message signal m(t) = sinct + sinc^{2}(t) modulates the carrier signal (t) = Acos2πf_{c}t . The bandwidth of the modulated signal is
Consider the system shown in figure . The average value of m(t) is zero and maximum value of
m(t) is M. The squarelaw device is defined by y(t) = 4x(t) +10 x(t).
Que: The value of M, required to produce modulation index of 0.8, is
Consider the system shown in figure . The average value of m(t) is zero and maximum value of
m(t) is M. The squarelaw device is defined by y(t) = 4x(t) +10 x(t).
Let W be the bandwidth of message signal m(t). AM signal would be recovered if
A super heterodyne receiver is designed to receive transmitted signals between 5 and 10 MHz. Highside tuning is to be used. The tuning range of the local oscillator for IF frequency 500 kHz would be
Since Highside tuning is used
A super heterodyne receiver uses an IF frequency of 455 kHz. The receiver is tuned to a transmitter having a carrier frequency of 2400 kHz. Highside tuning is to be used. The image frequency will be
In the circuit shown in fig, the transformers are center tapped and the diodes are connected as shown in a bridge. Between the terminals 1 and 2 an a.c. voltage source of frequency 400 Hz is connected. Another a.c. voltage of 1.0 MHz is connected between 3 and 4. The output between 5 and 6 contains components at
The given circuit is a ring modulator. The output is DSBSC signal. So it will contain m(t) cos( nw_{c}t) where n = 1,2, 3...... Therefore there will be only (1 MHz +_{} 400 Hz) frequency component.
A superheterodyne receiver is to operate in the frequency range 550 kHz1650 kHz, with the intermediate frequency of 450 kHz. Let R = c_{max} / c_{min} denote the required capacitance ratio of the local oscillator and I denote the image frequency (in kHz) of the incoming signal. If the receiver is tuned to 700 kHz, then
f_{max} = 1650 + 450 = 2100 kHz
f_{min} = 550 + 450 = 1000 kHz.
Consider a system shown in Figure . Let X( f ) and Y( f ) denote the Fourier transforms of x(t) and y(t) respectively. The ideal HPF has the cutoff frequency 10 kHz. The positive frequencies where Y( f ) has spectral peaks are
Since X (f) has spectral peak at 1 kHz so at the output of first modulator spectral peak will be at (10 + 1) kHz and (10 1) kHz. After passing the HPF frequency component of 11 kHz will remain. The output of 2nd modulator will be (13 +_{ }11) kHz. So Y (f) has spectral peak at 2 kHz and 24 kHz.
In fig.
The output y(t) will be
m(t).s(t) = y_{1}(t)
What is the carrier frequency in an AM wave when its highest frequency component is 850Hz and the bandwidth of the signal is 50Hz?
Upper frequency = 850Hz
Bandwidth = 50Hz
Therefore lower Frequency = 850  50= 800 Hz
Carrier Frequency = (850800)/2
= 825 Hz
Suppose we wish to transmit the signal x(t) = sin 200πt + 2 sin 400πt using a modulation that create the signal g(t) = x(t) sin 400πt. If the product g(t) sin 400πt is passed through an ideal LPF with cutoff frequency 400π and pass band gain of 2, the signal obtained at the output of the LPF is
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