# What do you mean by linear convolution?

What do you mean by linear convolution?

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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.

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

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.

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Answer : Tyndallisation : This is a fractional sterilization method. This method is used for sterilization of medicaments unstable at 1150C but able to withstand low temperature heating. This method consist of ... High Temperature Short Time (HTST) Vat pasteurization Ultra High Temperature(UHT)

Description : What do you mean by reserved percolation? Enlist different steps involved in it.

Answer : Reserve percolation:   In this process a part of percolate, generally 3/4th volume of the finished preparation is reserved.(contains high solute concentration) Then the percolation process is continued ... :  a. Imbibition, b. Maceration, c. Percolation, d. Distillation or evaporation.

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Answer : Enteric Coated tablet:   1. These tablets are coated with the material which does not disintegrate in stomach but passes through as it is i.e. enteric polymer e.g.: Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose phthalate ... stomach pH. 4. Drug absorption is better in intestine. 5. Delayed action is needed.

Description : What do you mean by eco-friendly building materials? State any two properties of it.

Answer : Eco-friendly means earth-friendly or not harmful to the environment. This term most commonly refers to products that contribute to green living or practices that help conserve resources like water and ... It reduces air pollution, land pollution & water pollution. 7. It is locally available.

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Description : What do you mean by demand of a commodity? a) A desire for the commodity b) Need for the commodity c) Quantity demanded of that commodity d) Quantity of the commodity demanded at a certain price during any particular period of time

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Description : What do you mean by normal and reverse fault?

Answer : i) Normal fault: A normal fault is the one in which the hanging wall has apparently moved down with respect to the foot-wall  ii) A Reverse fault is one in which the hanging wall has apparently moved up with respect to the footwall A reverse fault is that thrust which dips more than 450

Description : What do you mean by symmetrical folds and asymmetrical folds.

Answer : Symmetrical Fold: The fold in which is axial plane divides the fold equally in two parts is called as symmetrical fold. The fold may be anticline or syncline. Asymmetrical Fold: The fold in which is axial plane divides the fold unequally in two parts is called as asymmetrical fold.

Description : What do you mean by zero circle in area measurement?

Answer : Zero Circle - It is the circle formed due to sliding of wheel of mechanical planimeter without changing the reading of circular measuring disc. It is unmeasured circular area on drawing sheet due to non-rotation of counter disc.

Description : What do you mean by overloaded constructor?

Answer : When more than one constructor function is defined in a class, it is referred as overloaded constructor. Each overloaded constructor function is invoked with respect to arguments pass in the function call.

Description : What do you mean by default argument? Give its suitable example.

Answer : Default argument  Initializing an argument with a value while defining a constructor is referred as constructor with default value. When a constructor with default value is declared in a class, it does not require object to pass value ... void main() { ABC obj1(5); ABC obj2(20,30); }

Description : What is stub? What do you mean by single stub matching.

Answer : Stub is a piece of short circuited transmission line which is used to tune out the reactance of the load when connected across the transmission line as close as possible. Single Stub Matching : ... The single stub match is perhaps the most widely used matching circuit and can match any load.

Description : What do you mean by ‘Density of Population’? (1) Ratio of people living below poverty line to total population (2) Number of persons live per square kilometre (3) Number of persons in a city (4) Number of persons living per kilometre

Answer : Number of persons live per square kilometre

Description : What do you mean by active filter? State its advantages over passive filter . Define pass band & stop band with respect to filter.

Answer : Active Filter: Active Filter is formed by using active element along with the passive components.  Advantages of Active filter over Passive filter: High value of pass band gain can be obtained. It is ... pass band.  Stop Band Filter: The frequency range which is attenuated is known as stop band.

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Answer : Simulation is functional emulation of a circuit design through software programs that use models to replicate how a device will perform in terms of timing and results. It should be ... Simulation is used for design verification: Validate assumptions, Verify logic, Verify performance (timing)

Description : What do you mean by bilateral network and unilateral network?

Answer : Bilateral Network: An element whose response is independent of direction of current flowing through it is called Bilateral element and the network, which contains only bilateral elements, is called ... response depends on the direction of current flowing through it, is called unilateral network.

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Answer : large-scale integration (LSI) term usually used to describe the level of integration at which entire integrated circuits can be placed on a single chip. An integrated circuit made of hundreds to thousands of transistors.

Description : What do you mean by VHDL?

Answer : VHDL (VHSIC Hardware Description Language) is a hardware description language used in electronic design automation to describe digital and mixed-signal systems such as field-programmable gate arrays and integrated circuits. VHDL can also be used as a general purpose parallel programming language.

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