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II B.Tech. I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May -2005

PROBABILITY THEORY & STOCHASTIC PROCESS

( Common to Electronics & Communication Engineering and Electronics &

Telematics)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

(b) A letter is known to have come either from LONDON or CLIFTON. On the

postmark only the two consecutive letters ‘ON’ are legible. What is the Chance

that it came from London? Give step-by-step answer.

(c) Show that the chances of throwing six with 4,3or 2 dice respectively are as

1:6:18.

2. (a) Explain the Gaussian distribution with a neat sketches of pdF and cdF.

(b) An analog signal received at the detector (measured in microvolts) may be

modeled as a Gaussian random variable N (200,256) at a fixed point in time.

What is the probability that the signal will exceed 240 µvs. what is the

probability that the signal is larger than 240 µV, given that it is larger than

210 µVs?

3. (a) If the Random variable X has uniform distribution, find its variance.

(b) Let X is a Gaussian random Variable with zero mean and variance σ 2 . Let

Y=X 2 .Find mean of Random Variable Y.

4. Find the Auto correlation function and power spectral density of the Random

process.

x(t) = K Cos (ωot + θ) Where θ is a Random variable over the ensemble and is

uniformly distributed over the Range ( 0, 2π).

5. The input voltage to an RLC series circuit is a stationary Random process X(t) with

E[x(t)]=2 and Rxx (τ ) = 4 + exp(−2 |τ | ) . Let Y(t) be the voltage across capacitor.

Find E[Y(t)] and Gy (f).

(b) How is the autocorrelation function of the White noise represented? What is

its significance?

7. (a) Bring out the difference between narrowband and broadband noises.

(b) Describe the quadrature representation of narrowband noise.

(b) With respect to information transmission, explain the trade off between “S/N

ratio and transmission Band width”. Justify this from Shannon Hartley law.

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Code No: RR210403 Set No.2

II B.Tech. I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May -2005

PROBABILITY THEORY & STOCHASTIC PROCESS

( Common to Electronics & Communication Engineering and Electronics &

Telematics)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

(b) In a single throw of two dice, what is the probability of obtaining a sum of at

least 10?

(b) Find the mean value, the mean squared value and the cumulative distribution

function for the Rayleigh

1 distribution with parameter α ¿0, specified by the

x x

pdf f (x) = α2 exp − 2 α .

(b) Find the mean and characteristic function of Binomial distribution.

4. (a) State the condition for wide sense stationary Random process.

(b) Find the Auto Correlation function for white noise shown in the figure below.

5. Find the input auto correlation function, output autocorrelation and o/p spectral

density of RC low pass filter, where the filter is subjected to a white noise of spectral

density N0 /2.

(b) Discuss the spectral distribution of thermal noise.

7. (a) What are the precautions to be taken in cascading stages of a network in the

point of view of noise reduction?

(b) What is the need for band limiting the signal towards the direction increasing

SNR.

8. (a) Compare discrete and continuous channel with respect to information trans-

mission.

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(b) Derive an expression for channel capacity of a continuous channel in the pres-

ence of White Gaussian noise.

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Code No: RR210403 Set No.3

II B.Tech. I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May -2005

PROBABILITY THEORY & STOCHASTIC PROCESS

( Common to Electronics & Communication Engineering and Electronics &

Telematics)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

(b) What is the probability of picking an ace and a king from a deck of 52 cards?

(c) A box contains 4-point contact diodes and 6 alloy junction diodes. What is the

Probability that 3 diodes picked at random contain at least two point contact

Diodes?

2. (a) Derive an expression for, the error function of the standard normal Random

variable

(b) Lifetime of IC chips manufactured by a semiconductor manufacturer is ap-

proximately normally distributed with mean = 5x 106 hours and standard

deviation of 5x 105 hours. A mainframe manufacturer requires that at least

95% of a batch should have a lifetime greater than 4x106 hours. Will the deal

be made?

3. (a) Prove that moment generating function of the sum of two independent vari-

ables is the product of their moment generating function.

(b) Let X and Y be independent random Variables, prove that

Var (XY) = Var (X) Var (Y) if E[X] = E[Y] = 0.

4. Consider a Random binary waveform that consists of a sequence of pulses with the

following properties.

(b) Pulses are Equally likely to be ± 1

(c) All pulses are statistically independent

(d) The pulses are not synchronized, that is, the starting time T of the first pulse

is Equally likely to be anywhere between 0 and Tb.

Find the Auto correlation and power spectral density function of x(t).

5. A Random process n(t) has a power spectral density g(f) =η/2 for -α ≤ f ≤ α

Random process is passed through a low pass filter which has transfer function

H(f)=2 for−f m ≤ f ≤ fm and H(f)= 0 otherwise. Find the PSD of the waveform at

the o/p of the filter.

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Code No: RR210403 Set No.3

(b) How the spectral density of White noise is denoted.

7. Which of the following noise parameters is the true representation of noise in elec-

trical circuits?

(b) Noise temperature

(c) Noise bandwidth

(b) Explain Shannon Fano algorithm to develop a code to increase average infor-

mation per bit.

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Code No: RR210403 Set No.4

II B.Tech. I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May -2005

PROBABILITY THEORY & STOCHASTIC PROCESS

( Common to Electronics & Communication Engineering and Electronics &

Telematics)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

1. (a) Define Probability density function and obtain the relationship between prob-

ability and probability density.

(b) Consider the probability density f (x) = a e −b|x| where x is a random variable

whose allowable values range from x = - ∞ to ∞. Find:

i. the CDF F (x)

ii. the relationship between a and b. and

iii. the probability that the outtcome x lies between 1 and 2.

2. (a) Derive an expression for the average value and variance associated with the

Gaussian probability density function

(b) The average life of a certain type of electric bulb is 1200 hours. What percent-

age of this type of bulbs is expected to fail in the first 800 hours of working?

What percentage is expected to fail between 800 and 1000 hours? Assume a

normal distribution with σ = 200 hours.

3. (a) Find the density function whose characteristic function is exp (-|t|).

(b) Let X be a continuous random variable with pdf fX (x)=8/ x3 , x> 2. Find

E[W] where W = X/3.

(b) State and prove properties of Auto correlation function.

5. (a) Derive the relation between PSDs of input and output random process of an

LTI system.

(b) X(t) is a stationary random process with zero mean and auto correlation

RXX (τ ) e−2|τ | is applied to a system of function H (w) = jw+2

1

. Find mean

and PSD of its output.

(b) Describe the behavior of Zero mean stationary Gaussian bandlimited White

noise.

Find the equivalent temperature.

(b) Explain the concept of effective input noise temperature.

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8. (a) Write a short notes on the role and use of Information theory to a communi-

cation engineer.

(b) A card is drawn at random from ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. Find the

information in bits that you receive when you are told that the card is a heart,

a face card, and a heart face card.

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