Description : What do you mean by linear convolution?

Description : What is the convolution filter?

Description : What is convolution in signals and systems?

Description : A linear network has a current input 4cos(ω t + 20º)A and a voltage output 10 cos(ωt +110º) V. Determine the associated impedance.

**Answer** : Solution

Description : What are ‘Linear actuators’ ? State applications.

**Answer** : What are ‘Linear actuators’ ? State applications.

Description : Linear algebra problem: The determinant of the matrix

**Answer** : Answer : Linear algebra problem: The determinant of the matrix

Description : Linear Algebra Problem 2

**Answer** : https://youtu.be/zAPDYO0q-9w Linear Algebra Problem 2

Description : Linear Algebra Problem The product of eigen values of the matrix

**Answer** : Linear Algebra Problem The product of eigen values of the matrix https://youtu.be/JGcynUZFQ78

Description : Linear and non-linear device

**Answer** : Linear and non-linear device

Description : A system is linear if and only if it satisfies

**Answer** : A system is linear if and only if it satisfies principle of superposition and principle of homogeneity

Description : A network contains linear resistors and ideal voltage sources. If values of all the resistors are doubled then the voltage across each resistor will

**Answer** : A network contains linear resistors and ideal voltage sources. If values of all the resistors are doubled then the voltage across each resistor will not change

Description : Which of the following converts linear displacement from a mechanical reference into a proportional electrical signal containing phase and amplitude information? A) CRO B) LVDT C) RVDT D) None of these

**Answer** : Which of the following converts linear displacement from a mechanical reference into a proportional electrical signal containing phase and amplitude information? A) CRO B) LVDT C) RVDT D) None of these

Description : The power flow problem mathematical model for a linear transmission network (A) is non-linear (B) is linear (C) considers time variation of generation (D) does not consider tap-changing transformers

**Answer** : The power flow problem mathematical model for a linear transmission network is non-linear

Description : What is the difference between linear and nonlinear electrical loads?

Description : What are the disadvantages of the linear regulator? how are they overcome in the switching regulator? What is continuous and discontinuous mode switching regulator?

**Answer** : Disadvantages of the linear regulator: Linear regulator waste power in the form of heat. Linear regulator has very low efficiency. Linear regulator cannot be used for the step ... between continuous mode and discontinuous mode switching regulator.

Description : write short notes on Linear motor.

**Answer** : Normal electrical motor produces rotatory motion same the linear motor produces linear motion. Linear motors have low efficiency. Linear motor can directly produce straight line motion linear motor do not required gears or crank shaft to produce linear motion.

Description : Linear Time Invariant (LTI) System

**Answer** : Linear Time Invariant System Linear system means a system which possesses the property of superposition. Time invariant system means its behavior and characteristics are fixed over time. Before ... from the impulse response. Impulse response is related to frequency response via Fourier transform.

Description : what is linear regulator?

**Answer** : linear regulator video

Description : 2000 The rank of matrix is

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Description : Convolution of exp (-at) and exp(-bt) is A) exp(-(a+b)t) B) exp(-abt) C) exp(-bt)-exp(at) D) None of these

Description : I want to build circuit that produce sweep frequency from 10KHz - 11KHz - 12....... - 20KHz (as maximum) then start again at 10KHz - 11KHz - 12....... - 20KHz looping like this (2-3 seconds per loop) until the power turned off.

Description : What is stable and unstable system?

Description : What is the impulse response of the system?

Description : What is a time variant system?

Description : What is the meaning of LTI system?

**Answer** : The system which satisfies both linearity and time invarient is called linear time invarient (LTI) systrm

Description : What do you mean by signal processing?

Description : What do you mean by signal and system?

Description : ____ is used latching, locking, triggering. A. Solenoid B. Relay C. Linear Actuator D. Servo motors

**Answer** : A. Solenoid

Description : Linear actuators are used in________ A. Machine tools B. Industrial machinery C.both A and B D.None

**Answer** : A. Machine tools

Description : List any four instruments used for linear measurement

**Answer** : 1) Chain 2) Tape 3) Arrows 4) Pegs 5) Ranging rod

Description : Explain in brief linear measurement using : i) Pacing ii) Digital Tape

**Answer** : i) Pacing : This method is used only for knowing approximate distance between the objects. In preliminary survey this method can be used for linear measurement. This method consists of counting the ... and compact and measures accurate reading. The maximum measuring length of digital tape is 4.8m

Description : Explain in brief linear measurements using: {i) Chaining (ii) Digital Tape

**Answer** : i. Chaining: a. Linear measurement with chain carried out by two chainmen-Leader and follower. b. The follower keeps the chain handle at starting station point, holds firmly it and directs the ... is at right spot, press the button and tape measures, calculates and displays distance on screen.

Description : If production possibility frontier is linear it implies (a) Constant opportunity cost ; (b) Economy is stagnant; (c) Underemployment of factor of production ; (d) With the increase in production, opportunity cost also increases

**Answer** : (a) Constant opportunity cost

Description : When the correlation coefficient, r, is close to one: a. there is no relationship between the two variables b. there is a strong linear relationship between the two variables c. it is impossible to ... a relationship between the two variables d. the slope of the regression line will be close to one

**Answer** : b. there is a strong linear relationship between the two variables

Description : Explain the following terms 1. Bilateral Network 2. Linear Network

**Answer** : Bilateral Network If the magnitude of current flowing through a circuit element is not affected when the polarity of the applied voltage is changed, then the element is known as a bilateral element. ... network comprising of one or more linear number of elements is known as a linear network.

Description : Compare: 1. Active and passive network 2. Linear and non-linear network

**Answer** : 1. Active network and passive network. Sr.No Active network Passive network 1 If a network consists of an energy source, then it is called as an active network. If ... only to the linear networks. The superposition theorem also is not applicable to the nonlinear networks.

Description : Write the specifications of linear and non- linear potentiometers. State its applications

**Answer** : Specifications of linear & nonlinear potentiometers: 1. Ohmic range: 10Ω to 125 kΩ 2. Power rating : 100watt to 200 watt 3. Tolerance : 2% 4. Voltage Rating: 5V-500V 5. Operating ... 7. Used as potential dividers. 8. It is used for panel control in receivers, function generator etc

Description : Comparison between linear & non-linear waveshaping networks.

**Answer** : Comparison between linear & non-linear waveshaping circuit: LINEAR WAVE SHAPING CIRCUIT NON LINEAR WAVE SHAPING CIRCUIT The circuits which make use of only linear circuit element ... wave shaping circuit. Examples: Integrator ,differentiator Examples: clipper, clamper

Description : Compare linear and nonlinear wave shaping circuits.

**Answer** : Sr. No. Linear Wave shaping Circuit Non Linear Wave shaping Circuits 1 The circuit which makes use of only linear circuit elements is known as linear wave shaping circuits. The circuit which ... for the circuits 4 E.g. Integrator, Differentiator E.g. Clipper, Clamper

Description : Compare linear and logarithmic potentiometer.

**Answer** : Sr. No. Linear Potentiometer Logarithmic Potentiometer 1 It has a linear variation of resistance with each degree of rotation of its shaft. It has a ... user control uses linear potentiometers Logarithmic potentiometers are often used in connection with audio amplifiers.

Description : Define linear and non-linear wave-shaping circuit.

**Answer** : Linear wave-shaping circuit The circuit which makes use of only linear circuit elements is known as linear wave shaping circuits. Resistor, capacitor, inductor are used for the circuits. E.g. ... , transistor, resistors and capacitors etc. are used for the circuits. E.g. Clipper, Clamper

Description : Define i)Linear network ii)Non-linear network iii)Bilateral network iv)Unilateral network

**Answer** : Linear Network: If the characteristics, parameter such as resistances, capacitances, inductances etc. remain constant irrespective of changes in temperature, time, voltage etc. then the circuit or network ... current through its elements in it, then the network is called as a unilateral network.

Description : What is the molecular geometry of thiocyanate (pron: thie-owe-SIE-a-nate) ion (SCN minus 1)? w) linear x) angular y) tetrahedral z) pyramidal

**Answer** : ANSWER: W -- LINEAR

Description : What is the molecular geometry of the Bromine Tetraflouride ion (B-F-4-minus 1) w) linear x) angular y) tetrahedral z) pyramidal

**Answer** : ANSWER: Y -- TETRAHEDRAL

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