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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 1
The transfer function of a real system, $H(s)$, is given as: $H\left ( s \right ) = \dfrac{As + B}{S^{2} + Cs + D}$ where $\text{A, B, C}$ and $D$ are positive constants. This system cannot operate as low pass filter. high pass filter. band pass filter. an integrator.
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 2
For an ideal $\text{MOSFET}$ biased in saturation, the magnitude of the small signal current gain for a common drain amplifier is $0$ $1$ $100$ infinite
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 3
The most commonly used relay, for the protection of an alternator against loss of excitation, is offset Mho relay. over current relay. differential relay. Buchholz relay.
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 4
The geometric mean radius of a conductor, having four equal strands with each strand of radius $’r’$, as shown in the figure below, is $4\:r$ $1.414\:r$ $2\:r$ $1.723\:r$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 5
The valid positive, negative and zero sequence impedances (in p.u), respectively, for a $220$ $\text{kV}$, fully transposed three-phase transmission line, from the given choices are $1.1, \: 0.15$ and $0.08$ $0.15, \: 0.15$ and $0.35$ $0.2, \: 0.2$ and $0.2$ $0.1, \: 0.3$ and $0.1$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 6
The steady state output ($V_{\text{out}}$), of the circuit shown below, will saturate to $+V_{DD}$ saturate to $-V_{EE}$ become equal to $0.1\:V$ become equal to $-0.1\:V$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 7
The Bode magnitude plot of a first order stable system is constant with frequency. The asymptotic value of the high frequency phase, for the system, is $-180^{\circ}$. This system has one $\text{LHP}$ pole and one $\text{RHP}$ ... . two $\text{LHP}$ poles and one $\text{RHP}$ zero. two $\text{RHP}$ poles and one $\text{LHP}$ zero.
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 8
A balanced Wheatstone bridge $\text{ABCD}$ has the following arm resistances: $R_{AB} = 1\:k\Omega \: \pm \:2.1\%; \:R_{BC} = 100\:\Omega \:\pm \:0.5\%; \: R_{CD}$ is an unknown resistance; $R_{DA} = 300 \:\Omega \: \pm \:0.4\%$ ... $30\:\Omega \:\pm \:0.9\:\Omega$ $3000\:\Omega \:\pm \:90\:\Omega$ $3000\:\Omega \:\pm \:3\:\Omega$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 9
The open loop transfer function of a unity gain negative feedback system is given by $G\left ( s \right ) = \dfrac{k}{s^{2}+4s-5}$. The range of $k$ for which the system is stable, is $k> 3$ $k< 3$ $k> 5$ $k< 5$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 10
Consider a $3\times 3$ matrix $A$ whose $(i,j)$-th element, $a_{i,j} = \left ( i- j \right )^{3}$. Then the matrix $A$ will be symmetric skew-symmetric unitary null
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 11
In the circuit shown below, a three-phase star-connected unbalanced load is connect to a balanced three-phase supply of $100\:\sqrt{3}\:V$ with phase sequence $\text{ABC}$. The star connected load has $Z_{A} = 10\:\Omega$ ... is zero, is $20\angle -30^{\circ}$ $20\angle 30^{\circ}$ $20\angle -60^{\circ}$ $20\angle 60^{\circ}$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 12
A charger supplies $100\:W$ at $20\:V$ for charging the battery of a laptop. The power devices, used in the converter inside the charger, operate at a switching frequency of $200$ $\text{kHz}$. Which power device is best suited for this purpose? $\text{IGBT}$ Thyristor $\text{MOSFET}$ $\text{BJT}$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 13
A long conducing cylinder having a radius $'b'$ is placed along the $z$ axis. The current density is $J = J_{a} \:r^{3}\:\hat{z}$ for the region $r< b$ where $r$ is the distance in the radial direction. The magnetic field intensity $\text{(H)}$ for the region inside the conductor ... $\dfrac{J_{a}}{3}\:r^{3}$ $\dfrac{J_{a}}{5}\:r^{4}$ $J_{a}\:r^{3}$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 14
The type of single-phase induction motor, expected to have the maximum power factor during steady state running condition, is split phase (resistance start). shaded pole. capacitor start. capacitor start, capacitor run.
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 15
For the circuit shown below with ideal diodes, the output will be $V_{\text{out}} = V _{\text{in}}$ for $V_{\text{in}}> 0$ $V_{\text{out}} = V_{\text{in}}$ for $V_{\text{in}}< 0$ $V_{\text{out}} = -V_{\text{in}}$ for $V_{\text{in}}> 0$ $V_{\text{out}} = -V_{\text{in}}$ for $V_{\text{in}}< 0$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 16
A $\text{MOD 2}$ and a $\text{MOD 5}$ up-counter when cascade together results in a $\text{MOD}$ _________________ counter. (in integer)
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 17
An inductor having a $Q$ – factor of $60$ is connected in series with a capacitor having a $Q$ – factor of $240$. The overall $Q$ -factor of the circuit is _______________. (round off to nearest integer)
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 18
The network shown below has a resonant frequency of $150$ $\text{kHz}$ and a bandwidth of $600$ $\text{Hz}$. The $Q$ –factor of the network is ______________. (round off to nearest integer)
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 19
The maximum clock frequency in $\text{MHz}$ of a $4$ – stage ripple counter, utilizing flip-flops, with each flip-flop having a propagation delay of $20\:ns$, is _______________. (round off to one decimal place)
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 20
If only $5\%$ of the supplied power to a cable reaches the output terminal, the power loss in the cable, in decibels, is ________________. (round off to nearest integer)
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 21
In the circuit shown below, the switch $S$ is closed at $t = 0$. The magnitude of the steady state voltage, in volts, across the $6 \Omega$ resistor is ________________. (round off to two decimal places)
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 22
A single-phase full-bridge diode rectifier feeds a resistive load of $50\; \Omega$ from a $200\:V$, $50\:Hz$ single phase $\text{AC}$ supply. If the diodes are ideal, then the active power, in watts, drawn by the load is __________________. (round off to nearest integer)
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 23
The voltage at the input of an $\text{AC-DC}$ rectifier is given by $v\left ( t \right ) = 230 \sqrt{2} \sin \omega t$ where $\omega = 2\pi \times 50$ ... . The input power factor, (rounded off to two decimal places), is, _______________________ lag.
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 24
Two balanced three-phase loads, as shown in the figure, are connected to a $100\sqrt{3}\:V$, three-phase, $50\:Hz$, main supply. Given $Z_{1} = \left ( 18 +j24 \right )\Omega$ and $Z_{2} = \left ( 6 +j8 \right )\Omega$. The ammeter reading, in amperes, is ____________________. (round off to nearest integer)
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 25
The frequencies of the stator and rotor currents flowing in a three-phase $8$-pole induction motor are $40\:Hz$ and $1\:Hz$, respectively. The motor speed, in $\text{rpm}$, is ________________. (round off to nearest integer)
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 26
The output impedance of a non-ideal operational amplifier is denoted by $Z_{out}$. The variation in the magnitude of $Z_{out}$ with increasing frequency, $f$, in the circuit shown below, is best represented by A. B. C. D.
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 27
An $\text{LTI}$ system is shown in the figure where $G \left ( s \right ) = \dfrac{100}{s^{2}+0.1s+100}$ The steady state output of the system, to the input $r(t)$, is given as $y \left ( t \right ) = a +b\:\sin\left ( 10t + \theta \right )$ The values of $’a’$ and $’b’$ will be $a = 1, b=10$ $a = 10, b=1$ $a = 1, b=100$ $a = 100, b=1$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 28
The open loop transfer function of a unity gain negative feedback system is given as $G \left ( s \right ) = \dfrac{1}{s\left ( s+1 \right )}$ The Nyquist contour in the $s$ -plane encloses the entire right half plane and a small neighbourhood around the ... $G(s)$, corresponding to the Nyquist contour, is denoted as $N$. Then $N$ equals to $0$ $1$ $2$ $3$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 29
The damping ratio and undamped natural frequency of a closed loop system as shown in the figure, are denoted as $\zeta$ and $\omega_{n}$, respectively. The values of $\zeta$ and $\omega_{n}$ are $\zeta = 0.5$ and $\omega _{n} =10$ rad/s $\zeta = 0.1$ ... $\zeta = 0.707$ and $\omega _{n} =10$ rad/s $\zeta = 0.707$ and $\omega _{n} =100$ rad/s
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 30
$e^{A}$ denotes the exponential of a square matrix $A$. Suppose $\lambda$ is an eigenvalue and $v$ is the corresponding eigen-vector of the matrix $A$. Consider the following two statements: Statement $1$ : $e^{\lambda }$ is ... $2$ is false. Statement $1$ is false and statement $2$ is true. Both the statements are correct. Both the statements are false.
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 31
Let $f\left ( x \right ) = \int_{0}^{x} e^{t}\left ( t-1 \right )\left ( t-2 \right )dt$. Then $f\left ( x \right )$ decreases in the interval $x \in \left ( 1,2 \right )$ $x \in \left ( 2,3 \right )$ $x \in \left ( 0, 1 \right )$ $x \in \left ( 0.5, 1 \right )$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 32
Consider a matrix $A = \begin{bmatrix} 1 & 0 & 0\\ 0 & 4 & -2\\ 0 & 1 & 1 \end{bmatrix}$. The matrix $A$ satisfies the equation $6A^{-1} = A^{2} + cA + dl$, where $c$ and $d$ are scalars and $I$ is the identity matrix. Then $\left ( c + d \right )$ is equal to $5$ $17$ $-6$ $11$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 33
The fuel cost functions in rupees/hour for two $600$ $\text{MW}$ thermal power plants are given by Plant $1$ : $C_{1} = 350 + 6P_{1} + 0.004P_{1}^{2}$ Plant $2$ : $C_{2} = 450 + aP_{2} + 0.003P_{2}^{2}$ where $P_{1}$ and $P_{2}$ ... $1$ and plant $2$ in $\text{MW}$, respectively, are $200, 350$ $250, 300$ $325, 225$ $350, 200$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 34
The current gain $( I_{\text{out}}/I_{\text{in}})$ in the circuit with an ideal current amplifier given below is $\dfrac{C_{f}}{C_{c}}$ $\dfrac{-C_{f}}{C_{c}}$ $\dfrac{C_{c}}{C_{f}}$ $\dfrac{-C_{c}}{C_{f}}$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 35
If the magnetic field intensity $(H)$ in a conducting region is given by the expression. $H = x^{2} \hat{i} + x^{2}y^{2}\hat{j} + x^{2}y^{2}z^{2}k$ $\text{A/m}$. The magnitude of the current density, in $A/m^{2}$, at $x = 1\;m, y = 2\; m$ and $z = 1\; m$, is $8$ $12$ $16$ $20$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 36
Let a casual $\text{LTI}$ system be governed by the following differential equation $y\left ( t \right ) + \dfrac{1}{4}\dfrac{dy}{dt} = 2x\left ( t \right )$, where $x(t)$ and $y(t)$ ... $8e^{-\frac{1}{4}t}u\left ( t \right )$ $8e^{-4t}u\left ( t \right )$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 37
Let an input $x\left ( t \right ) = 2 \sin \left ( 10 \pi t \right ) + 5 \cos \left ( 15 \pi t \right ) + 7 \sin \left ( 42 \pi t \right ) + 4 \cos \left ( 45 \pi t \right )$ is passed through an $\text{LTI}$ ... $2 \sin \left ( 10 \pi t \right ) + 4 \cos \left ( 45 \pi t \right )$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 38
Consider the system as shown below Where $y(t)=x(e^t).$ The system is linear and casual linear and non-casual non-linear and casual non-linear and non-casual
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 39
The discrete time Fourier series representation of a signal $x[n]$ with period $N$ is written a $x\left [ n \right ] = \sum _{k=0}^{N-1 }\: a_{k}\:e^{j\left ( 2kn\pi/N \right )}$. A discrete time periodic signal with period $N =3$, has the non-zero ... $2 + 2e^{\left ( j\frac{2\pi}{6}n \right )} \cos \left ( \frac{2\pi}{6}n \right )$
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GATE Electrical 2022 | Question: 40
Let, $f\left ( x,y, z \right ) = 4x^{2} + 7xy + 3xz^{2}$. The direction in which the function $\text{f(x, y, z)}$ increases most rapidly at point $P = (1,0,2)$ is $20\hat{i} + 7\hat{j}$ $20\hat{i} + 7\hat{j} + 12\hat{k}$ $20\hat{i} + 12\hat{k}$ $20\hat{i}$
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