## MCQ on Noise in Analog Communication

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### Multiple-Choice Questions

Q.1. An amplifier having noise figure of 20 dB and available power gain of 15 dB is followed by a mixer circuit having noise figure of 9 dB. The overall noise figure as referred to input in dB is:

- 11.07
- 10.44
- 21.52
- 0.63

**Answer: **21.52

Q.2. Thermal noise is independent of

- bandwidth
- temperature
- centre frequency
- Boltzmann’s constant

**Answer: **centre frequency

Q.3. Transistor *T _{1}* operates at 20 kHz and

*T*operates at 200 Hz. The flicker noise is

_{2}- more in
*T*_{1} - more in
*T*_{2} - equal in both
- depends on bias

**Answer: **more in *T _{2}*

Q.4. A triode has transconductance equal to 25 µυ. The equivalent noise resistance is

- 1 M ohms
- 1 k ohms
- 10 k ohms
- 100 k ohms

**Answer: **100 k ohms

Q.5. Johnson noise is

- always white
- white for all practical frequencies
- never white
- depends on temperature

**Answer: **white for all practical frequencies

Q.6. The spectrum of the white noise and an impulse function is similar in following respects

- both have similar magnitude spectrum
- both have similar phase spectrum
- both have similar magnitude and phase spectrum
- they have nothing similar

**Answer: **both have similar magnitude spectrum

Q.7. Parallel combination of a resistance R and a capacitance C develops a noise voltage source at its common terminal. The rms value of the voltage varies

- proportional to R
- inversely proportional to C
- inversely proportional to square root of C
- proportional to RC

**Answer: **inversely proportional to square root of C

Q.8. A noise voltage source has a resistance of 10 ohms. Its power density spectrum is 0.24 x 10^{-5}. The corresponding available power density is

- 2.6 x 10
^{-5} - 0.0.25
- 26 x 10
^{-5} - 6 x 10
^{-8}

**Answer: **6 x 10^{-8}

Q.9. A narrow-band noise shows

- amplitude modulation only
- frequency modulation only
- both AM and FM
- none

**Answer: **both AM and FM

Q.10. A narrow-band noise source *n(t)* has symmetrical spectrum and has power density spectrum 0.2 x 10^{-6}. The power density of quadrature component is

- 0.2 x 10
^{-6} - 0.1 x 10
^{-6} - 0.4 x 10
^{-6} - 0.05 x 10
^{-6}

**Answer: **0.1 x 10^{-6}

Q.11. In a certain system, the signal power is 13 dBm and noise power is -1 dBm. The SNR will be

- 14 dB
- -13 dB
- 12 dBm
- 12 dB

**Answer: **14 dB

Q.12. If the resistance value is doubled and temperature maintained constant, the available thermal noise power per unit bandwidth will

- increase two-fold
- increase four-fold
- remain unchanged
- decrease to half

**Answer: **increase two-fold

Q.13. The co-variance function of a band limited white noise is

- A Dirac delta function
- An exponentially decreasing function
- A sine function
- Sine
^{2}Function

**Answer: **A Dirac delta function

Q.14. Noise with uniform power spectral density of *N _{0}* W/Hz is passed through a filter

*H(ω) = 2Exp (- jωt*followed by an ideal low pass filter of bandwidth

_{d})*B*Hz. The output noise power in watts is

- 2 N
_{0}B - 4 N
_{0}B - 8 N
_{0}B - 16 N
_{0}B

**Answer: **4 N_{0}B

Q.15. Noise with double-sided power spectral density of *K* over all frequencies is passed through an RC low pass filter with 3 dB cut-off frequency of ** f_{c}**. The noise power at the filter output is

- K
- K
*f*_{c} - Kπ
*f*_{c} - ∞

**Answer: **Kπ*f _{c}*

Q.16. A white noise process *x(t)* with two-sided power spectral density of 1 x 10^{-10} W/Hz is input to a filter whose magnitude squared response is shown below.

Fig. MCQ 4.16

The power of the output process *Y(t)* is given by

- 5 x 10
^{-7}W - 1 x 10
^{-6}W - 2 x 10
^{-6}W - 1 x 10
^{-5}W

**Answer: **1 x 10^{-6} W

Q.17. A system has a receiver noise resistance of 50 Ω. It is connected to an antenna with an input resistance of 50 Ω. The noise figure of the system is

- 1
- 2
- 50
- 101

**Answer: **1

Q.18. Which one of the following types of noise gains importance at high frequency?

- Shot noise
- Random noise
- Impulse noise
- Transit-time noise

**Answer: **Transit-time noise

Q.19. **Assertion (A):** The noise generated by a resistor depends upon its operating temperature. **Reason (R):** Average noise power generated in a resistor is given by *Pn = kT Δf*, where k = Boltzmann’s constant T = temperature in degree Kelvin, Δf = bandwidth of interest

- Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
- Both A and R are true but R is NOT the correct explanation of A.
- A is true but R is false.
- A is false but R is true.

**Answer: **A is true but R is false.

Q.20. Thermal noise is passed through an ideal low-pass filter having cut-off at *f _{c }= ω* Hz. The autocorrelation value of the noise at the output of the filter is given as

- a delta function at t = 0
- Gaussian over the range -∞ ≤ t ≤ ∞.
- Sinc function over the range -∞ ≤ t ≤ ∞.
- triangular function over the range
*-1/2 ωt ≤ t ≤ 1/2 ωt*

**Answer: **Sinc function over the range -∞ ≤ t ≤ ∞.

Q.21. Which one of the following is the correct statement? If the value of a resistor creating thermal noise is doubled, the noise power generated is

- halved
- doubled
- unchanged
- slightly changed

**Answer: **doubled

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