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  • Q : Define Hertz or SI unit of frequency

    Define Hertz or SI unit of frequency:

    Hertz: Hz (after H. Hertz, 1857-1894): The derived SI unit of frequency, stated as a frequency of 1 cycle per s; it therefore has units of s-1.

  • Q : Explain Stefan-Boltzmann law

    Stefan-Boltzmann law (Stefan, L. Boltzmann): The radiated power P (that is the rate of emission of electromagnetic energy) of a hot body is proportional to the radiating surface area, A, and the 4th power of the thermodynamic temperature, T. The const

  • Q : Problem on multiplexed channels 4

    4 channels, two with a bit-rate of 200 kbps and two with a bit-rate of 150 Kbps are to be multiplexed employing multiple slots TDM with no sync bits.

    a. Find out the size of a frame in bits?

    Q : Problem on multi level TDM Ten sources,

    Ten sources, six with a bit rate of 200 Kbps and four with a bit rate of 400Kbps are to be combined using multi level TDM  with no sync bits. Answer the questions below about the final phase of multiplexing:

    a

  • Q : Define Constancy principle Constancy

    Constancy principle (A. Einstein): One of the postulates of Sir Einstein's special theory of relativity that puts forth that the speed of light in vacuum is computed as similar speed to all observers, in spite of of their relative mot

  • Q : What is Magnus effect Magnus effect :

    Magnus effect: The rotating cylinder in a moving fluid drags a few of the fluid about with it, in its direction of rotation. This raises the speed in that area, and therefore the pressure is lower. Therefore, there is a total force on the cylinder in

  • Q : Define Kirkwood gaps Kirkwood gaps

    Kirkwood gaps (Kirkwood): The gaps in the asteroid belt, caused by the resonance effects from Jupiter. Similar gaps are also exists in Saturn's rings, due to the resonance effects of the shepherd moons.

  • Q : Explain Null experiment Null

    Null experiment: The experiment which, after being performed, yields no outcome. The null experiments are just as significant as non-null experiments; when current theory predicts an observable result (or predicts there must be no observable result),

  • Q : Free fall acceleration What do you mean

    What do you mean by the term free fall acceleration? State its significance in brief?

  • Q : Define Trojan points Trojan points : L4

    Trojan points: L4 and L5 are the two dynamically stable Lagrange points (that is, beneath certain conditions).

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