1) How does net browsing and searching a site takes place in internet ?
2) Advantage of Transistor over FET ?
3) Quantisation effect on BW of a signal ?
4) Why we use laplace transform, F Transform and DFT ?
5) Where each of these bands are used in Satellite comm.- uhf, C, X, Ku, ka
6) Skin effect ?
7) what is the loss range in Coaxial cables ?
8) How to convert a transistor to diode ?
9) How to run a PC with a DC source ?
10) Physical realization of Phase modulation ?
not an electronics related question. search on http, sql, cgi
Sometimes the BW is 2X the quantization freq plus the harmonics of the modulating signal - depends on modulation type - try the ARRL Handbook at da liberry.
a) transforms a differential eq to an algebraic one. b) by transforming a complex periodic wave to Fourier series, we can then analyze the effect of a system on the individual sinusoidal components of said wave. c) DFT/FFT is how we convert a sampled signal in the time domain to the frequency domain.
try google on ITU region II frequency allocation/spectrun -- or electronic databook, by TAB. Ku is roughly 10 GHz, C is 3.5 GHz (?), UHF is 300 - 3000 MHz
google again - higher freq currents flow on the outside of a conductor.
up to 9 dB per 100 ft or greater at 1000 GHz
transisters can't be converted back to dudes. once you cut it off, that's it.
connect the collector to the base. use the b-e junction of an npn, for example.
Inverter. Try Walmart. Not all inverters are suitable for this.
You get dizzy and fall down. No... you vary a reactance to vary the freq or phase. google varactor and IIRC saturable core reactor.