This set of Optical Communications Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Receiver Structures”.
1. How many circuits are present in an equivalent circuit for the digital optical fiber receiver?
2. __________ compensates for distortion of the signal due to the combined transmitter, medium and receiver characteristics.
3. ____________ is also known as frequency-shaping filter.
4. The phase frequency response of the system should be ____________ in order to minimize inter-symbol interference.
5. Noise contributions from the sources should be minimized to maximize the receiver sensitivity.
6. How many amplifier configurations are frequently used in optional fiber communication receivers?
7. How many receiver structures are used to obtain better receiver characteristics?
8. The high-impedance front-end amplifier provides a far greater bandwidth than the trans-impedance front-end.
9. A high-impedance amplifier has an effective input resistance of 4MΩ. Find the maximum bandwidth that may be obtained without equalization if the total capacitance is 6 pF and total effective load resistance is 2MΩ.
a) 13.3 kHz
b) 14.2 kHz
c) 15.8 kHz
d) 13.9 kHz
10. A high-input-impedance amplifier has following parameters (Total effective load resistance = 2MΩ, Temperature = 300 K). Find the mean square thermal noise current per unit bandwidth for the high-impedance configuration.
11. The mean square thermal noise current in the trans-impedance configuration is _________ greater than that obtained with the high-input-impedance configuration.
12. The major advantage of the trans-impedance configuration over the high-impedance front end is ______________
a) Greater bandwidth
b) Less bandwidth
c) Greater dynamic range
d) Less dynamic range
13. The trans-impedance front end configuration operates as a __________ with negative feedback.
a) Current mode amplifier
b) Voltage amplifier