Network Theory Question & Answers May 11, 2021 By WatElectronics This article lists 100+ Network Theory MCQs for engineering students. All the Network Theory Questions & Answers given below include a hint and wherever possible link to the relevant topic. This is helpful for the users who are preparing for their exams, interviews, or professionals who would like to brush up their fundamentals on the Network Theory topic. Electrical and Electronic Engineering deals with networks, circuits, and communication, which need to be analyzed and solved both practically and theoretically. Network theory analysis is a science of solving circuits such as linear & nonlinear circuits with active, passive components and sources such as current source, voltage source, resistor, inductor, capacitor, etc related problems using various methods like Ohms law and Kirchhoff laws and theorems such as Tellegen's theorem, Thevenin's theorem, and Norton's theorems. Each of these methods and theorems has a unique style of solving simple and complex networking circuits. Network analysis is applied in the fields of computer science engineering, electronic engineering, electrical engineering, mathematics, and operation research. 1). Network in electronics or electrical is a collection of _________. Interconnected components Alternately connected circuits Disconnected devices Disconnected components None Hint 2). An electric network in which current and voltage values are identified is called _______ process. Network analysis Network bisection Networking None of the above None Hint 3). The flow of current through 2 or more input/output terminals of an electrical or electronic device is called _______. Component Node Circuit Mesh None Hint 4). A point where multiple component terminals meet is called ________. Component Node Circuit Mesh None Hint 5). A conductor has _______ amount of resistance when considered as a node. 0 0.5 100 Infinite None Hint 6). When 2 nodes are joined together it is called ________. Component Node Branch Mesh None Hint 7). When a group of branches enclosed inside a network is joined to form a single alone, where no other loop exists within it is called _______. Component Node Branch Mesh None Hint 8). The 2 terminals where “I” current in one terminal is similar to current out of other terminal is called ______. Mesh Port Branch Circuit None Hint 9). An electrical network has an interconnection of ________ components. Electrical Mechanical Hydro All the above None Hint 10). Which of the following are the electrical components used in electrical circuits? Switches RLC Transistors All the above None Hint Read more about Switches. 11). Electrical elements consists of _________. Current sources Voltage sources Resistors All the above None Hint 12). ________ is defined as relations between voltage or/and current between input-output ports. Transfer function Transfer junction Impedance Fall time None Hint 13). A network has ________ number of standard ports. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 14). In a network, source is connected on _________ port. Input Output Both a and b Not connected None Hint 15). In a network load is generally connected on ________ port. Input Output Both a and b Not connected None Hint 16). A transfer function of network analysis can be represented as ________. Attenuation Gain Frequency Both a and b None Hint 17). A single port component has _______ number of terminals in a network. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 18). The voltage and current in a single port component are considered as _______. Input Output Impedance Both a and b None Hint 19. The voltage and current in a single port component are considered as output and input then its transfer function is expressed in terms of ______. Admittance Impedance Resistance Both a and b None Hint 20). A multi-terminal component has _______ ports. 1 2 3 Many None Hint 21). Can transfer function in a multiport be expressed as single impedance? Yes No May be None Hint 22). Transfer function in a multiport can be expressed as _______. Chart of the parameters Graph of the parameters Matrix of the parameters Table of the parameters None Hint 23). Multiport parameters are _________. Resistor Impedance Reactors Both a and b None Hint 24). Resistance of a wire is expressed in _______ units. Ohms Farads Henry Columb’s None Hint 25). Capacitance of 2 plates is expressed in terms of _______. Ohms Farads Henry Columb’s None Hint 26). Inductance of a material is expressed in terms of ________. Ohms Farads Henry Columb’s None Hint 27). A procedure to simplify a network can be done by ______ the number of components. Reducing Multiplying Adding None of the above None Hint 28). ______ in a network are replaced with other network components which provide same effect same effect. Physical components Resistor Impedance All the above None Hint 29). _______ is the study to solve circuit-related problems. Network theory Mathematics Physics Chemistry None Hint 30). ________ are used while solving network circuits. Methods Theorems Logics Both a and b None Hint 31). Network theory deals with _______ type of elements. Linear Passive Active All the above None Hint 32). Which of the following are active components used in network analysis? Switch Hub Router All the above None Hint 33). Which of the following are passive components used in network analysis? Resistor Capacitor Inductor All the above None Hint Read more about Capacitors. 34). What is the purpose of active components in network circuits? Amplify signals Amputate signals Divert signal Convert signal None Hint 35). What is the purpose of a passive component in a network circuit? Controls current using other electrical signals Controls all the signals alone Transmits from node to node Maintains noise free during transmission None Hint 36). Does the parameters of a linear network change? Maybe No May be None Hint 37). Does the parameters of a non-linear network change? Yes No May be None Hint 38). _______ is defined as the reciprocal of resistance. Conductance Inductance Impedance Reactance None Hint 39). Conductance of a wire is represented as ________. R C G X None Hint 40). Resistance in network circuits is represented as _______. R G C Z None Hint Network Theory MCQs for Interviews 41). Conductance in network circuits is represented using SI units as ________. Siemens Ohms Columbs Farads None Hint 42). An inductor in network circuits is represented as _______. R L Z X None Hint 43). Impedance in network circuits is represented as ______. R L Z X None Hint 44). Reactance in network circuits is represented as _______. R L X Z None Hint 45). Reactance is measured in _______ units. Ohms Farads Siemens Henry None Hint 46). _______ is defined as an opposition to the flow of current in a circuit due to its capacitance and inductance. Resistance Reactance Impedance Capacitance None Hint 47). In an electrical circuit if the value of reactance increases then the value of current will be ______. Less Greater Infinite Zero None Hint 48). The reciprocal of reactance is _______. Susceptance Resistance Impedance Capacitance None Hint 49). Susceptance is expressed in terms of _______ units. Siemens Ohms Farads Henry None Hint 50). Susceptance in network circuits is represented as _______. B R C X None Hint 51). The equation of Susceptance is _______. 1/X 1/R 1/Z 1/C None Hint 52). The equation of Conductance is _______. 1/X 1/R 1/Z 1/C None Hint 53). The equation of Admittance is _______. 1/X 1/R 1/Z 1/C None Hint 54). In an RLC circuit impedance is expressed as _______. Sqroot ( R2+(XL – XC)2) Sqroot ( R2) ( R2+(XL – XC)2) (XL – XC)2 None Hint 55). _______ is expressed as the inverse of impedance. Resistance Admittance Reactance Capacitance None Hint 56). An ideal voltage source has _______ resistance. Zero High Minimum Infinite None Hint 57). An ideal current source has _______ internal parallel resistance. Zero Infinite High Minimum None Hint 58). Which of the following are the network theories used in networking circuits? Ohms law Nortons theorem Source conversion All the above None Hint 59). Components in a circuit if connected one after the other is called ______ connection. Serial Parallel Concurrent Both b and c None Hint 60). Components in a circuit if connected one above the other is called ______ connection. Serial Parallel Concurrent Both b and c None Hint 61). If r1,r2,r3 are resistors in a serial circuit then the resistance is of serial circuit is calculated as _____. r1+r2+r3 r1+r2=r3 r1*r2=r3 1/(r1+r2+r3) None Hint 62). If r1,r2,r3 are resistors in a parallel circuit then the resistance is of parallel circuit is calculated as ______. r1+r2+r3 r1+r2=r3 r1*r2=r3 (1/r1)+(1/r2)+(1/r3) None Hint 63). Inductors follow the same mathematical law of ______ to define an electrical circuit connected in series or parallel. Resistor Reactance Impedance Capacitance None Hint 64). c1,c2,c3 capacitor in serially connected circuit is calculated as ________. (1/c1)+(1/c2)+(1/c3) (1/c1)+(1/c2)=(1/c3) (1/c1)+(1/c2)+(1/c3) c1+c2+c3 None Hint 65). c1,c2,c3 capacitor in parallel connected circuit is calculated as ______. (1/c1)+(1/c2)+(1/c3) (1/c1)+(1/c2)=(1/c3) c1+c2+c3 None Hint 66). Ohms law was developed by ________. Georg ohm John ohm Henry ohm Richard Ohm None Hint 67). Ohms law was developed by George Ohm in the year ______. 1827 1828 1829 1826 None Hint 68). A law that defines the relationship between current, voltage and resistance within a circuit is _______. Ohms law Voltage law Current law Kirchhoff law None Hint 69). Ohms law is mathematically expressed as ________. V=IR V= I/R V=I V=0 None Hint 70). ______ is the theorem used to transform a current type generator into a resistor. Nortons theorem Kirchoff law Thevenin's theorem Tellegen's theorem None Hint 71). Kirchhoff law has ______ number of additional theorems. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 72). Kirchhoff's 1st law defines the sum of ______ at a circuit node is zero. Voltage Current Potential All the above None Hint 73). Kirchhoff 2nd law defines the sum of ______ around a closed loop is zero. Voltage Current Potential All the above None Hint 74). ______ network theorem states that the sum of the power of all network branches is zero. Tellegen's Ohms Thevenin's Nortons None Hint 75). Tellegen's network theorem can be applied to ______ elements. Linear Nonlinear Active All the above None Hint 76). ______ networking theorem states that combining network elements can be represented as a single series resistor and voltage type source. Tellegen's Ohms Thevenin's Nortons None Hint 77). Equivalent voltage in Thevenin's networking theorem is calculated using branch _____ type circuit. Open Close Short None of the above None Hint 78). Resistance in Thevenin's networking theorem is calculated using by ______ type source type short-circuited source . Voltage Current Both a and b None of the above None Hint 79). _____ theorem in networking defines that summing network elements are represented as single parallel resistors and current source. Tellegen's Ohms Thevenin's Nortons None Hint 80). Equivalent current in a Norton's theorem is calculated at _______ condition. Short circuiting branch Adding load Adding source None of the above None Hint Network Theory Exam Questions & Answers 81). Resistor value in a Norton's theorem is calculated at ___ condition. Short circuiting voltage source Adding load Adding source None of the above None Hint 82). _______ source contains serial connection of a resistor and ideal voltage. Constant voltage Constant current Constant resistance Constant reactance None Hint 83). _______ source contains parallel connection of a resistor and ideal current. Constant voltage Constant current Constant resistance Constant reactance None Hint 84). Source conversion converts _____ source to _____ source. Current to voltage Voltage to current Current to current Both a and b None Hint 85). Which network theorem is applied to parallel branches of a circuit? Ohms law Source conversion Kirchhoff’s law Millman's theorem None Hint 86). How many configurations are used in networking circuits? 2 3 4 5 None Hint 87). Star configuration used in networking circuits is also called as _____ configuration. Pi Triangle Rectangle None of the above None Hint 88). Delta configuration used in networking circuits is also called _____ configuration. Pi Triangle Rectangle None of the above None Hint 89). ________ method depends on Kirchhoff’s first law. Nodal Analysis Star delta Ohms law None of the above None Hint 90). Nodal analysis has ______ number of steps. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 91). ______ in network theorem relies on Kirchhoff’s 2nd law. Nodal analysis Mesh analysis Ohms law None of the above None Hint 92). Mesh analysis involves ______ steps. 2 3 4 5 None Hint Read more about Mesh Analysis. 93). What is the 1st step of mesh analysis? Each closed type loop is assigned a loop current Kirchhoff's 2nd law is applied for each loop Solve the equation to get loop current value Both a and b None Hint 94). What is the 2nd step of mesh analysis? Each closed type loop is assigned a loop current Kirchhoff's 2nd law is applied for each loop Solve the equation to get loop current value Both a and b None Hint 95). What is the 3rd step of mesh analysis? Each closed type loop is assigned a loop current Kirchhoff's 2nd law is applied for each loop Solve the equation to get loop current value Both a and b None Hint 96). Which of the following is 1st step of nodal analysis? Each node is assigned with arbitrary voltage Current in every branch is calculated Kirchhoff 1st law at every node is applied All the above None Hint 97). Which of the following is the 2nd step of nodal analysis? Each node is assigned with arbitrary voltage Current in every branch is calculated Kirchhoff 1st law at every node is applied All the above None Hint 98). Which of the following is 3rd step of nodal analysis? Each node is assigned with arbitrary voltage Current in every branch is calculated Kirchhoff 1st law at every node is applied All the above None Hint 99). What is 4th step of nodal analysis? Each node is assigned with arbitrary voltage Current in every branch is calculated Kirchhoff's 1st law at every node is applied Solve all the equations to obtain nodes voltage None Hint 100). A resistive type circuit contains ______ components. Ideal voltage source Ideal current source Resistors All the above None Hint 101). If a circuit operates with a constant current or voltage source, then the circuit is called a ________ circuit. AC circuit DC circuit ADC circuit DAC circuit None Hint 102). If a circuit operates with varying current or voltage sources, then the circuit is called ______ circuit. AC circuit DC circuit ADC circuit DAC circuit None Hint 103). Analysis process in a circuit deals with solving ______ within the circuit. Voltage Current Both a and b Resistance None Hint 104). If V1-V2 and I1=I2 of 2 circuits are equal with respect to their terminals, then the circuit is said to be _______. Equivalent Nonequivalent Unbalanced None of the above None Hint 105). If V1-V2 and I1=I2 of 2 circuits are equal with respect to their terminals then the circuit is said to be equivalent is applicable for _____ ported network. Single Dual Zero Multiple None Hint 106). Star configuration has _______ number of ports. 2 3 4 Multiple None Hint 107). Delta configuration has _______ number of ports. 2 3 4 Multiple None Hint 108). Z1, Z2, Z3…….Zn impedances in a serially connected circuit is represented as _______. Zeqn=Z1 + Z2 + Z3 …….+Zn Zeqn= (1/Z1) +(1/ Z2) +(1/ Z3) …….+(1/Zn) Zeqn = 0 Zenq = infinity None Hint 109). Z1, Z2, Z3…….Zn impedances in a parallel connected circuit is represented as ______. Zeqn=Z1 + Z2 + Z3 …….+Zn Zeqn= (1/Z1) +(1/ Z2) +(1/ Z3) …….+(1/Zn) Zeqn = 0 Zenq = infinity None Hint 110). Star network has ________ number of nodes. 1 2 3 4 None Hint 111). Delta network has _______ number of nodes. 1 2 3 4 None Hint 112). In series resistor of a star to delta, transformation is a special case of general _______ algorithm. Resistor network node Capacitor network nodes Network Both a and b None Hint 113). The equation of 2 equivalent networks is given as ________. Vs = R Is Vs = Is Vs = 0 Vs = R None Hint 114). Kirchhoff's law was described by ________ physicist. Gustav Kirchhoff Georg Ohm Henry Kirchhoff None of the above None Hint 115). Kirchhoff's law was described by physicist Gustav Kirchhoff in the _______ year. 1845 1846 1847 1849 None Hint 116). Kirchhoff's 1st law is also called _______. Kirchhoff junction rule Kirchhoff node rule Kirchhoff point rule All the above None Hint 117). Kirchhoff's 1st law is mathematically represented as _______. I1 + I2+ I3 ……..Ik = 0 I1 + I2+ I3 …….=Ik 1/I1 =1/I2 = …=1/I3 All the above None Hint 118). Kirchhoff's 2nd law is also called as ______. Kirchhoff voltage law Kirchhoff current law Kirchhoff resistance law Both a and b None Hint 119). Which of the following is the advantage of Kirchhoff's laws? Calculates unknown voltages Calculates unknown current Easily simplifies and analyses complex type closed loop circuits All the above None Hint 120). Which of the following is the disadvantage of Kirchhoff's laws? Assumes zero magnetic fluctuation in closed type loop Presence of electric field and electromotive force breaks the rule due to change in magnetic flux Both a and b Electric field is 0 None Hint Network Theory Important Questions for Interviews 121). Kirchhoff's laws are fundamental to ______ theory. Physics Circuit Component Network None Hint 122). Kirchhoff's laws verify _______. The flow of current Circuits voltage Both a and b Current = infinity None Hint 123). Kirchhoff loop rule was derived from the ______ field. Electro magnetic Electrostatic Electrical Magnetical None Hint 124). Which of the following is the 1st step in Norton's theorem? Removing load type resistors Finding source resistor via shorting voltage type source Finding current sources by adding a short link on output end terminal Calculate current through load resistor None Hint 125). Which of the following is the 2nd step in Norton';s theorem? Removing load type resistors Finding source resistor via shorting voltage type source Finding current sources by adding a short link on output end terminal Calculate the current through a load resistor None Hint 126). Which of the following is the 3rd step in Norton's theorem? Removing load type resistors Finding source resistor via shorting voltage type source Finding current sources by adding a short link on output end terminal Calculate the current through a load resistor None Hint 127). Which of the following is the 4th step in Norton's theorem? Removing load type resistors Finding source resistor via shorting voltage type source Finding current sources by adding a short link on output end terminal Calculates current through a load resistor None Hint 128). At what condition in Norton's theorem the power supplied to load is maximum? Load type resistance = source type resistance Load type resistance = 0 Source type resistance = 0 Source type resistance = infinity None Hint 129). Norton's theorem is applied to the networks with _______. Current source Voltage source Linear time invariant All the above None Hint 130). Norton's theorem deals with ______ circuit theory. AC DC ADC DAC None Hint 131). Norton's theorem was developed by _______. Ohm Edward Lawry Norton Richard Charles None Hint 132). An equivalent circuit of Norton represents a network with _____ at a provided frequency. Linear type sources Impedance Both a and b Network None Hint 133). Norton's equivalent type circuit is similar to ______ equivalent. Norton's theorem Kirchhoff's law Thevenin's theorem Tellegen's theorem None Hint 134). Which of the following are the equations of Norton equivalent type circuit? Rth = Rno Vth = Ino * Rno (Vth/Rth) = Ino All the above None Hint 135). In a unilateral elements current flows in ______ direction? Single direction Two direction Multiple direction All the above None Hint 136). V-I characteristic in network theory is used to identify ___? Network elements nature Type of element used Sum of all elements All the above None Hint 137). In V-I characteristics of a network element, x-axis is plotted with ____ parameter? Voltage Current Time Resistance None Hint 138). In V-I characteristics of a network element y-axis is plotted with ____ parameter? Voltage Current Time Resistance None Hint 139). In queuing theory, the passive type circuit equivalent of Norton’s theorem is called _____. Chandy Herzog Woo Theorem Ohms theorem Thevenin's theorem Tellegen's theorem None Hint 139). Which of the following is the disadvantage of Norton's theorem? Applies to linear models Not applicable for magnetic locking circuits Not applicable to circuits with loads parallel with dependent supplies All the above None Hint 140). Thevenin's theorem is applicable for _______ resistive circuits. AC DC ADC DAC None Hint 141). Thevenin's theorem is also applicable for ______ AC circuits. Frequency domain Time domain Both a and b None of the above None Hint 142). Thevenin's theorem with AC circuits contains _______. Resistive impedances Reactive impedances Capacitive reactance Both a and b None Hint 143). Thevenin's theorem was developed by _______. Hermann von Leon Charles Thevenin Both a and b Charles None Hint 144). Thevenin's theorem uses other laws such as _______. Ohms Kirchhoff’s Norton's Both a and b None Hint 145). Which of the following is 1st step in Thevenin's theorem? Remove Vs and Is and find Thevenin's resistance Plug all voltage to find Thevenin voltage Find the flow of current using Thevenin's voltage and resistances All the above None Hint 146). Which of the following is the 2nd step in Thevenin's theorem? Remove Vs and Is and find Thevenin's resistance Plug all voltage to find Thevenin voltage Find flow of current using Thevenin's voltage and resistances All the above None Hint 147). Which of the following is 3rd step in Thevenin's theorem? Remove Vs and Is and find Thevenin's resistance Plug all voltage to find Thevenin voltage Find the flow of current using Thevenin's voltage and resistances All the above None Hint 148). Which of the following is the advantage of Thevenin's theorem? Simplifies complex circuits using a single source Determines the current in specific branch Provides direct output value All the above None Hint 149). VTH in Thevenin's theorem is ________. Thevenin's voltage Threshold value Temperature value All the above None Hint 150). When the load resistor is open, then the voltage across it is called ______. Thevenin's voltage Threshold value Temperature value All the above None Hint 151). Which of the following is the application of Thevenin's theorem? Power analyzing system Source modeling Resistance measuring All the above None Hint 152). Which of the following are limitations of Thevenin's theorem? Exhibit I-V characteristic based only on load value Power waste is not equal to power dissipation Valid for the linear region only All the above None Hint 153). When the load resistor is open, then the voltage across the load terminals is called _______. Thevenin's voltage High current voltage Short circuit voltage Both a and b None Hint 154). Thevenin's voltage VTH is also called _______. Open circuited voltage Load voltage Short circuit voltage None of the above None Hint 155). The resistance measured by ohmmeter across terminals of load when load resistor is open and all sources are made zero is called _______. Thevenin resistance Thevenin current Thevenin voltage Thevenin load None Hint Read more about Ohmmeter. 156). Thevenin resistance RTH is mathematically given as _______. RTH = ROC RTH > ROC RTH = 0 RTH = 1/ ROC None Hint 157). Tellegen's theorem is applied to complete type OS for ______ purpose. Regulating stability Minimizing power consumption Increasing load All the above None Hint 158). Does Tellegen's theorem depend on elements of a network? Yes No Maybe None Hint 159). Tellegen's theorem is solved in _______ number of steps. 1 2 3 4 None Hint 160). Tellegen's theorem first step is _______. Find voltage drop in branches Using conventional analysis procedure once can find current in branches Add all the current and voltage of all the branches Draw the circuit None Hint Network Theory MCQs With Answers 161). Tellegen's theorem 2nd step is _______. Find voltage drop in branches Using conventional analysis procedure once can finds current in branches Add all the current and voltage of all the branches Draw the circuit None Hint 162). Tellegen's theorem 3rd step is _______. Find voltage drop in branches Using conventional analysis procedure once can find current in branches Add all the current and voltage of all the branches Draw the circuit None Hint 163). Which of the following are the applications of Tellegen's theorem? DSP Chemical and biological processing Oil and chemical plants All the above None Hint 164. ______ theorem is based on linearity concept between excitation and response of an electrical circuit. Norton's theorem Kirchoff's law Thevenin's theorem Superposition theorem None Hint 165). Superposition theorem converts _______ equivalent circuits. Thevenin Nortons Kirchhoff Both a and b None Hint 166). Superposition theorem is applicable to _______ networks. Linear Non linear Bilateral Asymmetric None Hint 167). Superposition theorem is applicable to linear type networks that has _____ components Independent source Linear dependent type sources Linear passive type elements All the above None Hint 168). Superposition theorem works for _______ parameters. Voltage Current Power Both a and b None Hint 169). Can the superposition theorem when applied to 2 independent sources have the same frequency value? Yes No May be None Hint 170). In power systems, if multiple generators are operated at 60 Hz can we apply the Superposition theorem. Yes No May be None Hint 171). Superposition theorem in an electric circuit is analogous to _______ law. Gravitational’ Coulomb's Daltons Boilers None Hint 172). For 3 passive type 2 terminal components in an electrical network, the transfer function Z(s) of resistor is _______. Z(s) = R Z(s) = sL Z (s) = 1/(sC) Z(s) = 1/ R None Hint 173). For 3 passive type 2 terminal components in an electrical network, the transfer function Z(s) of an inductor is ______. Z(s) = R Z(s) = sL Z (s) = 1/(sC) Z(s) = 1/ R None Hint 174). For 3 passive type 2 terminal components in an electrical network, the transfer function Z(s) of a capacitor is ____. Z(s) = R Z(s) = sL Z (s) = 1/(sC) Z(s) = 1/ R None Hint 175). In Z(s), ”s” stands for ________. Signal The imaginary part of the frequency Both a and b Sign None Hint 176). Z(s), ”s” is mathematically expressed as _________. jw jc jr jl None Hint 177). Which type of circuit connection divides the current or voltage flow in an electric circuit? Series connection Parallel connection Tangential connection All the above None Hint 178). Transfer function Z(s) of the resistor in the frequency domain is represented as _________ Z(s) = R Z(s) = sL Z (s) = 1/(sC) Z(s) = 1/ R None Hint 179). Transfer function Z(s) of an inductor in frequency domain is ____. Z(s) = R Z(s) = jwL Z (s) = 1/(sC) Z(s) = 1/ R None Hint 180). Transfer function Z(s) of a capacitor in frequency domain is ____. Z(s) = R Z(s) = jwL Z (s) = 1/(jwC) Z(s) = 1/ R None Hint 181). In transfer function Z(s), the value of “s” at steady DC input for resistor R is represented as _______. Z = R Z = 0 Z = infinity Undefined None Hint 182). In transfer function Z(s), the value of “s” at steady DC input for Inductor is represented as _______. Z = R Z = 0 Z = infinity Undefined None Hint 183). In 2 terminal transfer function Z(s), the value of “s” at steady DC input for the capacitor is represented as _______. Z = R Z = 0 Z = infinity Undefined None Hint 184). The transfer function in control theory is represented as ________. H(s) G(s) A(s) B(s) None Hint 185). The transfer function in electronics theory is represented as _______. H(s) G(s) A(s) B(s) None Hint 186). Can A(s) in the frequency domain be represented as A(jw)? Yes No Maybe None Hint 187). Transfer function A(s), A stands for _______. Altitude Amplitude Attenuation. Automation None Hint 188). A(w) is mathematically represented as _________. |Vo/Vi| |Vi/Vo| |Vo| | Vi| None Hint 189). Which of the following are the methods used for non linear networks? Switching networks - Boolean analysis Separation of signal analysis and bias Analysis of DC using Graphical method All the above None Hint 190). Which of the following are time varying components? Voltage type controlled amplifiers Variable type equalizers Both a and b None of the above None Hint 191). Sidney Darlington method is used for analyzing ____ time varying type circuits. Periodic Aperiodic Symmetric Asymmetric None Hint 192). Breaking of a non linear device into regions is observed in _______ method. Boolean analysis Separation of signal analysis and bias Analysis of DC using Graphical method Piecewise linear method None Hint 193). Which of the following is an example of the piecewise linear method? Sensor diode PN junction diode Thermistor All the above None Hint 194). _____ method is used by digital filters and transmission lines to determine their transfer parameters. Image analysis Distributed components Circuit analysis Both b and c None Hint 195). Image analysis calculates _______. Input-output impedances Forward – reverse transmission functions Both a and b Power None Hint 196). Transmission lines in networking are used for ________. Radio receivers and transmitters Television signal cable Data busses All the above None Hint 197). Which signals flow through Transmission lines in networking? Electric Magnetic Electromagnetic All the above None Hint 198). An electro magnetic signal contains _______ number of fields. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 199). An electromagnetic signal contains 2 fields, namely electric and magnetic fields align at ______ angle to each other. 45 degrees Perpendicular Tangential Zero degrees None Hint 200). Transmission line was developed by ________. James Clerk Maxwell Lord Kelvin Oliver Heaviside All the above None Hint 201). Which of the following is the application of network analysis? Computer science engineering Electronic engineering Electrical engineering All the above None Hint 202). _______ is the imaginary portion of admittance. Susceptance Resistance Conductance Inductance None Hint 203). In V-I characteristic of linear element, if the voltage and current are positive then the impedance obtained is ___value. Positive Negative Both a and b 0 None Hint 204). In V-I characteristic of linear element, if voltage and current values are negative then the impedance obtained is ___value Positive Negative Both a and b 0 None Hint 205). In the V-I characteristic of the linear element, voltage and current values obtained are negative, lies in ______ quadrant. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th None Hint 206). In the V-I characteristic of the linear element, voltage and current values obtained are positive, lies in ______ quadrant. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th None Hint 207). Which of the following is the 1st step while performing V-I characteristic on a network element? Verify non linear or linear element Verify passive or active element Verify unilateral or bilateral Verify the sources None Hint 208). Which of the following is the 2nd step while performing V-I characteristic on a network element? Verify non linear or linear element Verify passive or active element Verify passive or active element Verify the sources None Hint 209). Which of the following is the 3rd step while performing V-I characteristic on a network element? Verify non linear or linear element Verify passive or active element Verify unilateral or bilateral Verify the sources None Hint 210). Active elements are of ________ types. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 211). Independent type sources are of ______ types. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 212). Dependent type sources are of ______ types. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 213). Which of the following are the examples of Bilateral elements? Resistors Capacitors Inductors All the above None Hint 214). Dependent type voltage sources are classified into ______ types. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 215). Dependent type current sources are classified into _______ types. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 216). There are ________ number of ways to transform a source. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 217). Power in an electrical circuit is mathematically expressed as ________. P=VI P= VR P=V P=R None Hint 218). Voltage division principle is applied at _________ condition to a circuit. When a single voltage source is available When 2 or more elements are serially connected Both a and b Zero output None Hint 219). Mesh analysis is alternatively called ________. Mesh current method Mesh voltage method Mesh resistance method None of the above None Hint 220). Network topology is represented using _______. Graph Diagrams Both a and b None of the above None Hint 221). Network topology has _______ number of graph types. 3 4 5 6 None Hint 222). A branch between two nodes in a graph is called _________. Connected graph Unconnected graph Directed graph Undirected graph None Hint 223). A graph where all branches labeled with arrows is called ________. Connected graph Unconnected graph Directed graph Undirected graph None Hint 224). Directed graph is also called as ________. Plain graph Oriented graph Branch graph None of the above None Hint 225). A graph where all branches are not labeled with arrows is called _______. Connected graph Unconnected graph Directed graph Undirected graph None Hint 226). Undirected graph is alternatively named as ________. Un-oriented graph Uni graph Directed graph None of the above None Hint 227). A portion of a graph is called _______. Subgraph Connected graph Unconnected graph Directed graph None Hint 228). Subgraphs are of ______ types. 2 3 4 5 None Hint 229). ______ is a branch of tree in network topology. Twig Graph Matrices All the above None Hint 230). Network topology type matrices are used in solving ______ problems using equivalent type graphs. Networks Electric circuit Both a and b None of the above None Hint Time's up