Microwave Engineering Imp Qusts – MW Important Questions

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Microwave Engineering Imp Qusts Pdf file – MW Important Questions

Please find the attached pdf file of Microwave Engineering Important Questions Bank – ME Imp Qusts

Link – MW Question Bank

UNIT-I
MICROWAVE TRANSMISSION LINES-1

  1. Name different electromagnetic frequency spectrum region and microwave band designations for CCIR/IEEE/US military bands.
  2. classify the basic advantages of microwaves
  3. List the typical applications of microwaves

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UNIT-II
MICROWAVE TRANSMISSION LINES-2

  1. What is the meaning of waveguide excitation? With a neat sketch show how TE10and TE20 modes can be excited in a rectangular waveguide
  2. Distinguish between E-plane Tee and H-Plane Tee.
  3. Draw a neat sketch explain the applications of the magic tee as mixer and duplexer

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UNIT-III
WAVEGUIDE COMPONENTS AND APPLICATIONS-I

  1. State the limitations of conventional tubes at microwave frequencies
  2. State the characteristics and applications of the two-cavity klystron amplifier
  3. Explain velocity modulation process in two-cavity klystron

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UNIT-IV
WAVEGUIDE COMPONENTS AND APPLICATIONS-II

  1. State and prove the S – matrix properties of a lossless junction.
  2. What is scattering matrix? Explain the significance of S – matrix.
  3. Write short notes on “Properties of S – matrix”.

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UNIT-V
MICROWAVE TUBES-I

  1. State the limitations of conventional tubes at microwave frequencies
  2. Explain the principle of operation of two cavity Klystron with neat diagrams.
  3. Compare “Drift space bunching” and “Reflector bunching” with the help of Applegate diagrams.

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