RTU Previous Question Papers BE EC 6th Semester Microwave Engineering May 2012

RTU Previous Question Papers BE EC 6 th Semester

Microwave Engineering May 2012

Unit -1

1. (a) Discuss the Network analyser setup for the measurement of Scatter­ing parameters.

(b) In a SWR measurement at 10 GH3, the distance between the succes­sive minima is 0.1cm. Inside dimension of waveguides are 4cm and 2cm respectively.TE|0 mode is propagating through the waveguide. Calculate the VSWR.

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1. (a) How can we measure power of micro wave signals using —

(i)  Bolo meter

(ii) Thermocouple

(b) In a Calorimeter – Wattmeter power measurement system, mas§ of , water taken is 1000 gm and rise in temperature is 100°c. Calculate the amount of incident microwave power.

 

2 . (a) .-Discuss different type of losses occurred in Micrortrip lines, along with necessary relation.

(b) A certain micro strip line has the following parameters-

Er = 5.23                                       t = 2.8 mils

h = 7 mils                                     w = 10 mils

calculate the characteristic Impedance (Zo) of the line.

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2. (a) What do you mean by parallel strip lines. Explain.

(b) Derive the relation for character Impedance and attenuation losses of a parallel strip line.

(c) A shielded strip line has the following parameters –

Er = 2.56 *

w =25mils                                                        (strip width)

t= 14 mils                                                         (strip thickness)

4=70 mils                                                         (shield depth)

Calculate – (i) k factor

(i) Frindge capacitance

(iii) Characteristic  Impedance of the line

Unit-Ill

3. (a) Discuss ABCD matrix analysis of two port networks .

(b) Briefly explain , all possible dis continuaties , which can occur in waveguides.

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3. (a) What are Reciprocal Networks ? Explain.

(b) How can we say, Directional Coupler is a reciprocal multipart junc­tion. Explain its construction and Working.

Unit-IV

4. (a) Define the term Negative Resistance . Name the diode which works on the principle of Negative resistance.

(b) Discuss TRAPATT diodes on the basis of following points –

(i) Physical structure

(ii) Principle of operation

(ii) Power output & Efficiency

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4.  (a) Explain the working of Tunnel diode. Draw the energy band diagram under different bias conditions.

(b) A Silicon IFET at 300°K has the following parameters –

Electron density                                               (Nd) = 1 x 1017 cm

Hole density                                                        (Na)=lxl019 cm-3

Relative dielectric constant                         (Er) =11.8

Channel height                                                   (a) = 0. 2x 10″4 cm

Channel length                                                   (L) = 8×10-4 cm

Channel Width                                                   (z) = 5 Ox 10″4 cm

Electron Mobility                                            (|in) = 800 cm2 /v.s

Drain Voltage                                                   (Vd)=10V

Gate Voltage                                                     (Vg) – -1.5 V

Calculate

(i) Pinch off Voltage                                                       (ii) Pinch off current

(iii) Built in Voltage                                                      (iv) Drain current

(v)Saturation drain current at Vg = 0                 (iv) Cut off frequency

Unit-V

5. (a) Discuss different type of MMIC fabrication techniques .

(b) Categories the materials available for MMIC and give their charac­teristics.

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5. (a) What is the use of planar inductor films in their film formation.

(b) Explain different type of Inductor film available, along with required expressions.

(c) An Interdigitated capacitor fabricated on a GaAs substrate has the following parameters –

Number of fingers (N)    = 8

Relative dielectric constants of GaAs  (Er)   = 13.10

Substrate height (h)               = 0.254 cm

Finger Length (1)                   = 0.00254 cm

Finger base width (w)         =0.051 cm

Compute the capacitance.

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