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## Angle Modulation MCQ

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### Multiple Choice Questions

Q.1. The message carrying efficiency is best in

• FM
• AM
• AM-SC
• Phase modulation

Q.2. Following is not advantage of FM over AM

• noise immunity
• fidelity
• capture effect
• sputtering effect

Q.3. The modulating frequency in frequency modulation is increased from 10 kHz to 20 kHz. The bandwidth is

• doubled
• halved
• increased by 20 kHz
• increased tremendously

Q.4. A narrowband FM does not have the following feature

• it has two sidebands
• both sidebands are equal in amplitude
• both sidebands have same phase difference with respect to carrier
• it does not show amplitude variations

Answer: both sidebands have same phase difference with respect to carrier

Q.5. In time division multiplexing, the FM detector has _____ noise contribution as compared to phase modulation.

• more
• less
• equal
• unknown

Q.6. In a single tone FM discriminator $S_{0}/N_{0}$ is

• proportional to deviation
• proportional to cube of deviation
• inversely proportional to deviation
• proportional to square of deviation

Answer: proportional to square of deviation

Q.7. Assuming other parameters unchanged, if the modulating frequency is halved in a modulating systems, the modulation index is doubled. The modulation system is

• AM
• FM
• phase modulation
• angle modulation

Q.8. A PLL can be used to demodulate

• an AM signal
• a USB-SC signal
• an FM signal
• a PCM signal

Q.9. In a commercial FM broadcast system, the modulating signal frequency is limited to about

• 3.4 kHz
• 5 kHz
• 15 kHz
• 20 kHz

Q.10. The bandwidth of an FM signal requires at least 10 times the bandwidth of the _______  signal.

• carrier
• modulating
• AM
• PM

Q.11. A narrowband FM does not have the following feature

• it does not show any amplitude variations
• it has two sidebands
• both sidebands are equal in amplitude
• both sidebands have identical phase difference with respect to currier

Answer: both sidebands have identical phase difference with respect to currier

Q.12. If the modulating frequency is halved in a modulating system, the modulation index is doubled. Assuming other parameters same, the system is

• AM
• Angle modulation
• FM
• PM

Q.13. The amplitude spectrum output of a modulator consists of the carrier frequency, lower sideband frequency, and upper sideband frequency. The modulator is

• AM
• AM or/and narrowband FM
• wideband FM
• narrowband or/and wideband FM

Q.14. The instantaneous frequency in an angle modulated signal expressed as $x_{c}(t)=10\cos \left [ 200\Pi t+\frac{\Pi }{3} \right ]$ is ________  Hz.

• 400
• 200
• 100
• 50

Q.15. Consider $x_{c}(t)=10\cos \left [ 10^{8}\Pi t+5\sin 2\Pi (10^{4})t \right ]$, The maximum phase deviation and  maximum frequency deviation is __________ and ____________, respectively.

• cannot be determined

Q. 16. The phase information of a sinusoidal signal can be obtained by ___________ frequency with time.

• differentiating
• integrating
• convolving
• multiplying

Q.17. For wideband FM, the frequency-modulation index is

• approximately unity
• much less than unity
• much greater than unity
• infinity

Q.18. A high-frequency carrier signal is frequency modulated using a modulating signal $v_{m}(t)=V_{m}\sin (10000\Pi t)$. The FM signal has frequency deviation of 5 kHz. Its modulation index is

• 0.5
• 1
• 2
• 5

Q.19. A carrier signal is frequency modulated by $v_{m}(t)=V_{m}\sin (2\Pi \times 2000t)$. The frequency-modulation index is 1. The FM signal has frequency deviation of __________ .

• 1 kHz
• 2 kHz
• 4 kHz
• 0.5 kHz

Q.20. A 108 MHz carrier signal is frequency modulated by sinusoidal modulating signal. The maximum frequency deviation is 100 kHz. The approximate transmission bandwidth of the FM signal is __________   if the frequency of the modulating signal is 1 kHz.

• 2 kHz
• 100 kHz
• 101 kHz
• 200 kHz

Q.21. A 108 MHz carrier signal is frequency modulated by sinusoidal modulating signal. The maximum frequency deviation is 100 kHz. The approximate transmission bandwidth of the FM signal is ______  if the frequency of the modulating signal is 500 kHz.

• 200 kHz
• 500 kHz
• 1 MHz
• 1.2 MHz

Q.22. An FM modulator has frequency deviation sensitivity of 1.5 kHz/V. The carrier signal is modulated by the modulating signal having peak amplitude of 4 V and modulating frequency of 1 kHz. The frequency modulation index of FM signal is

• 6
• 4
• 1.5
• 1

Q.23. In a commercial TV broadcast station, the sound portion of TV signal is frequency modulated with a maximum frequency deviation of 50 kHz and a maximum modulating-signal frequency of 15 k Hz. The deviation ratio is

• 33
• 0.3
• 750
• 100

Q.24. A sinusoidal 400 Hz modulating signal of 2 V amplitude frequency modulates a carrier and produces 70 kHz frequency deviation. The frequency sensitivity is given by

• 140 kHz per V
• 70 kHz per V
• 72 kHz per V
• 35 kHz per V

Q.25. In a modulator, it is found that the amplitude spectrum consists of a component fc, the carrier frequency and one component each at fc + fs, and fc – fs. Where fs, is the modulating signal frequency. The modulator used is

• AM
• AM and/or narrowband FM
• FM
• PAM

Q.26. The frequency deviation ratio plays the same role for sinusoidal modulating signal as the frequency-modulation index plays for arbitrary modulating signal.

• True
• False

Q.27. Frequency modulation is a linear modulation technique.

• True
• False

Q.28. The amplitude of the modulated carrier signal does not carry any information in phase modulation.

• True
• False

Q.29. Theoretically an FM signal has an infinite bandwidth.

• True
• False