Introduction to Signals MCQ

Introduction to Signals MCQ

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Introduction to Systems MCQ

Multiple Choice Questions

Q.1. Which of the following signals is/are periodic?

  • s(t)=\cos 2t+\cos 3t+\cos 5t
  • s(t)=\exp (j8\Pi t)
  • s(t)=e^{-7t}\sin 10\Pi t
  • s(t)=\cos 2t \cos tu(t)

Answer: s(t)=\cos 2t+\cos 3t+\cos 5t & s(t)=\exp (j8\Pi t)

Q.2. Let δ(t) denote the delta function. The value of the integral .1.7,6(t)cos —2 dt is

  • 1
  • -1
  • 0
  • π/2

Answer: 1

Q.3. If a signal f(t) has energy E, the energy of the signal f (2t) is equal to

  • E
  • E/2
  • 2E
  • 4E

Answer: E

Q.4. The function x(t) is shown in the figure. Even and odd parts of a unit-step function u(t) are respectively

Introduction to Signals MCQ
  • \frac{1}{2}, \frac{1}{2}x(t)
  • -\frac{1}{2}, \frac{1}{2}x(t)
  • \frac{1}{2}, -\frac{1}{2}x(t)
  • None of the above

Answer: \frac{1}{2}, \frac{1}{2}x(t)

Q.5. The period of the function \cos \frac{\Pi }{4}(t-1) is

  • \frac{1}{8}sec
  • 8 sec
  • 4 sec
  • \frac{1}{4}sec

Answer: 8 sec

Q.6. A signal x(t)=A\cos (\Omega _{0}t+\phi ) is

  • An energy signal
  • A power signal
  • An energy as well as a power signal
  • Neither an energy nor a power signal

Answer: A power signal

Q.7. x_{1}(t)=2\sin \Pi t+\cos 4\Pi t and x_{2}(t)=\sin 5\Pi t+3\sin 3\Pi t then

  • x1 and x2 both are periodic.
  • x1 and x2 both are not periodic.
  • x1 is periodic, but x2 is not periodic.
  • x1 is not periodic, but x2 is periodic.

Answer: x1 and x2 both are periodic.

Q.8. The signal x(t)=2(\cos \Pi t)+3\sin (2t)

  • is periodic
  • is not periodic
  • may or may not be periodic
  • none of the above

Answer: is not periodic

Q.9. The odd and even components of signal u(t) are

  • \cos t , \sin t
  • \sin t , -\cos t
  • \cos t ,j \sin t
  • \cos t ,-j \sin t

Answer: \cos t ,j \sin t

Q.10. The odd and even components of the sequence

  • \left\{ 0.25,0,-0.25\right\},\left\{0.75,1,0.75 \right\}
  • \left\{ 1.5,0,-1.5\right\},\left\{1.5,1,1.5 \right\}
  • \left\{ 0.25,0,-0.25\right\},\left\{0.5,1,0.5 \right\}
  • \left\{ 0.25,0,-0.25\right\},\left\{1.5,1,1.5 \right\}

Answer: \left\{ 0.25,0,-0.25\right\},\left\{0.75,1,0.75 \right\}

 Q.11. The signal x(t)=e^{-2t}u(t) is

  • power signal
  • energy signal
  • neither power nor energy signal
  • either power or energy signal

Answer: energy signal

Q.12. The signal x(n)=\cos \frac{2\Pi }{3}nu(n)  is

  • causal, aperiodic
  • causal, periodic
  • non causal periodic
  • non-causal aperiodic 

Answer: causal, aperiodic

Q.13. The value of the integral \int_{-\infty }^{\infty }\delta (at-b)=

  • \frac{1}{a^{2}}
  • \frac{1}{\left| a\right|}
  • \frac{1}{a}
  • -\frac{1}{a}

Answer: \frac{1}{\left| a\right|}

Q.14. The time period of the signal x(t)=\cos 2\Pi t + \sin 5\Pi t is

  • 2 sec
  • 5 sec
  • 10 sec
  • 2.5 sec

Answer: 2 sec

Q.15. The signal x(n)=\cos 2n is

  • periodic with period π
  • periodic with period 2π
  • periodic with period 4π
  • aperiodic

Answer: aperiodic

Q.16. Consider the following signals x(t) and y(t ). The relation between x(t) and y(t) can be y(t)

Introduction to Signals MCQ
  • x(t+1)
  • x(2t+2)
  • x(t-1)
  • x(2t-1)

Answer: x(2t+2)

Q.17. Represent the following signal as the sum of singularity functions

Introduction to Signals MCQ
  • -r(t)+2r(t)u(t-1)
  • r(-t+1)+r(t-1)+2u(t-2)-r(t-2)
  • r(-t+1)u(t)+2r(t-1)-r(t-2)-u(t-2)
  • r(-t+1)u(t)+r(t-1)-r(t-2)-u(t-2)

Answer: r(-t+1)u(t)+2r(t-1)-r(t-2)-u(t-2)

Q.18. The rms value of the signal x(t)=10\cos \left ( 100t+\frac{\Pi }{3} \right )+16\sin \left ( 150t+\frac{\Pi }{3} \right ) is

  • \sqrt{160}
  • \sqrt{356}
  • \sqrt{89}
  • \sqrt{178}

Answer: \sqrt{178}

Q.19. For the signal x(t) shown in the figure which of the following is x(3t)


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