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    Time Domain Analysis Viva Questions

    Time Domain Analysis Viva Questions Time Domain Analysis Viva Questions, Viva Questions on Time Domain Analysis, Short Questions on Time Domain Analysis, Time Domain Analysis of Continuous-Time Systems Viva Questions, Time Domain Analysis of Discrete-Time Systems Viva Questions, Signal & Systems Short Questions, Engineering Viva Questions Viva Questions on Systems Viva Questions on Signals¬† Short Questions and Answers Q.1. How you can represent an arbitrary input signal x(t) as a linear combination of scaled and shifted unit impulse functions? Ans. An arbitrary input signal x(t) can be represented as a linear combination of scaled and shifted unit impulse functions given by Q.2. What is convolution integral? Ans. The output y(t)…

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    Viva Questions on Systems

    Viva Questions on Systems Viva Questions on Systems, Short Questions on Systems, Continuous-Time System, Discrete-Time System, Engineering Viva Questions, Signal & Systems Viva Questions, Short Questions on Signal & Systems, Viva Questions on Signals Short Questions and Answers Q.1. Define system. Ans. A system is defined as a physical device that generates a response, or output signal, for a given input signal. Q.2. Define (i) Continuous-time system (ii) Discrete-time system. Ans. Continuous-Time System: A continuous-time system is one that operates on a continuous-time input signal and produces a continuous-time output signal. Discrete-Time System: A discrete-time system is one that operates on discrete-time input signals and produces a discrete-time input signal.…

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    Viva Questions on Signals

    Viva Questions on Signals Viva Questions on Signals, Introduction to signals viva questions, Short Questions on Signals, continuous-time signal viva questions, discrete-time Signals viva questions, digital signal viva questions, Electronics Viva Questions, Signal & Systems Viva Questions. Viva Questions on Systems Short Questions and Answers Q.1. Define a signal. Ans. A signal is defined as any physical quantity that varies with time, space, or any other independent variable. Q.2. Define deterministic and random signals. Ans. Deterministic Signal: A deterministic signal is a signal exhibiting no uncertainty of its value at all instants. Its instantaneous value can be accurately predicted by specifying a mathematical relation. Random Signal: A random signal is…