Pulse Code Modulation

This set of Digital Communications Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Pulse code modulation”.

1. The signals which are obtained by encoding each quantized signal into a digital word is called as
a) PAM signal
b) PCM signal
c) FM signal
d) Sampling and quantization

2. The length of the code-word obtained by encoding quantized sample is equal to
a) l=log(to the base 2)L
b) l=log(to the base 10)L
c) l=2log(to the base 2)L
d) l=log(to the base 2)L/2

3. Quantization noise can be reduced by ________ the number of levels.
a) Decreasing
b) Increasing
c) Doubling
d) Squaring

4. In PCM encoding, quantization level varies as a function of ________
a) Frequency
b) Amplitude
c) Square of frequency
d) Square of amplitude

5. What is bit depth?
a) Number of quantization level
b) Interval between two quantization levels
c) Number of possible digital values to represent each sample
d) None of the mentioned

6. Choosing a discrete value that is near but not exactly at the analog signal level leads to
a) PCM error
b) Quantization error
c) PAM error
d) Sampling error

7. In PCM the samples are dependent on ________
a) Time
b) Frequency
c) Quanization leavel
d) Interval between quantization level

8. DPCM encodes the PCM values based on
a) Quantization level
b) Difference between the current and predicted value
c) Interval between levels
d) None of the mentioned

9. Delta modulation uses _____ bits per sample.
a) One
b) Two
c) Four
d) Eight

10. Sample resolution for LPCM ____ bits per sample.
a) 8
b) 16
c) 24
d) All of the mentioned

11. Adaptive DPCM is used to
a) Increase bandwidth
b) Decrease bandwidth
c) Increase SNR
d) None of the mentioned

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