Correlative Coding

This set of Digital Communications Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Correlative Coding”.

1. The method in which small amount of controlled ISI is introduced into the data stream rather than trying to eliminate it completely is called as
a) Correlative coding
b) Duobinary signalling
c) Partial response signalling
d) All of the mentioned

2. From digital filter we will get the output pulse as the _______ of the current and the previous pulse.
a) Summation
b) Difference
c) Product
d) Ratio

3. In duobinary signalling method, for M-ary transmission, the number of output obtained is
a) 2M
b) 2M+1
c) 2M-1
d) M2

4. The method using which the error propagation in dubinary signalling can be avoided is
a) Filtering
b) Precoding
c) Postcoding
d) None of the mentioned

5. In precoding technique, the binary sequence is _____ with the previous precoded bit.
a) And-ed
b) Or-ed
c) EXOR-ed
d) Added

6. The duobinary filter, He (f) is called as
a) Sine filter
b) Cosine filter
c) Raised cosine filter
d) None of the mentioned

7. The method which has greater bandwidth efficiency is called as
a) Duobinary signalling
b) Polybinary signalling
c) Correlative coding
d) All of the mentioned

8. In polybinary signalling method the present bit of binary sequence is algebraically added with ______ number of previous bits.
a) j
b) 2j
c) j+2
d) j-2

9. The primary advantage of this method is
a) redistribution of spectral density
b) to favor low frequencies
c) redistribution of spectral density & to favor low frequencies
d) none of the mentioned

10. Source encoding procedure does
a) Sampling
b) Quantization
c) Compression
d) All of the mentioned

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