Modulation and Demodulation Multiple Choice Questions

Modulation and Demodulation

Question 1.

In a superhetrodyne receiver, the difference frequency is chosen as the IF rather than the sum frequency because ___________

A.

 The difference frequency is closer to oscillator frequency

B.

 Lower frequencies are easier to amplify

C.

 Only the difference frequency can be modulated

D.

 None of the above

Explanation :

Explanation Not Provided

Question 2.

Modulation is done in ___________

A.

 Transmitter

B.

 Radio receiver

C.

 Between transmitter and radio receiver

D.

 None of the above

Explanation :

Explanation Not Provided

Question 3.

Demodulation is done in ___________

A.

 Receiving antenna

B.

 Transmitter

C.

 Radio receiver

D.

 Transmitting antenna

Explanation :

Explanation Not Provided

Question 4.

In the above question, what is the power in sidebands?

A.

 8 kW

B.

 6 kW

C.

 06 kW

D.

 9 kW

Explanation :

Explanation Not Provided

Question 5.

Superhertodyne principle refers to

A.

 Using a large number of amplifier stages

B.

 Using a push-pull circuit

C.

 Obtaining lower fixed intermediate frequency

D.

 None of the above

Explanation :

Explanation Not Provided

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