Aperture Coupling MCQ’s

This set of RF & Microwave Circuit Design Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Aperture Coupling”.

1. When a transmission line is matched to a load using a matched network, reflected waves are present:
a) between the load and the matched network
b) between the matched network and the transmission line
c) between the source and the transmission line
d) between the matched network and source

2. Impedance matching sensitive receiver components may improve the _____ of the system.
a) noise
b) SNR
c) amplification factor
d) thermal noise

3. The matched network is placed between:
a) load and transmission line
b) source and the transmission line
c) source and the load
d) none of the mentioned

4. One of the most important factors to be considered in the selection of a particular matching network is:
a) noise component
b) amplification factor
c) bandwidth
d) none of the mentioned

5. The major limitation of a lumped elements matching ‘L’ network is:
a) they are not equally efficient at higher frequencies as they are at lower frequencies.
b) size of the network
c) they restrict flow of current
d) none of the mentioned

6. The imaginary part of the matching network is given by the relation:
a) ±(√(Z0– RL)/RL)Z00
b) ±(√(Z0– RL)/RL)
c) ±(√(Z0– RL)/ Z0
d) None of the mentioned

7. The simplest type of matching network, L section consists of _______ reactive elements.
a) one
b) two
c) four
d) six

8. An ‘L’ network is required to match a load impedance of 40Ω to a transmission line of characteristic impedance 60Ω. The components of the L network are:
a) 28.28+j0 Ω
b) 28.28+j1 Ω
c) 50Ω
d) 48.9Ω

9. Which of the following material is not used in the fabrication of resistors of thin films?
a) nichrome
b) tantalum nitride
c) doped semiconductor
d) pure silicon

10. Large values of inductance can be realized by:
a) loop of transmission line
b) spiral inductor
c) coils of wires
d) none of the mentioned

11. A short transmission line stub can be used to provide a shunt capacitance of:
a) 0-0.1µF
b) 0-0.1pF
c) 0-0.1nF
d) 1-10pF

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