# Network Theory Questions and Answers

Our 1000+ Network Theory questions and answers focuses on all areas of Network Theory subject covering 100+ topics in Network Theory. These topics are chosen from a collection of most authoritative and best reference books on Network Theory. One should spend 1 hour daily for 2-3 months to learn and assimilate Network Theory comprehensively. This way of systematic learning will prepare anyone easily towards Network Theory interviews, online tests, examinations and certifications.

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– 1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers in Network Theory with explanations.

– Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic in Network Theory Subject.

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**Here’s list of Questions & Answers on Network Theory Subject covering 100+ topics:**

#### 1. Circuit Elements and Kirchhoff’s Laws

The section contains questions and answers on circuit elements, kirchhoffs current and voltage law.

Circuit Elements and Kirchhoff’s Laws Voltage and Current Sources Ohm’s Law |
Kirchhoff’s Current Law Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law |

#### 2. Methods of Analysing Circuits

The section contains questions on tree, tie-set matrix, tree branch voltages, mesh and supermesh analysis, nodal and supernode analysis.

Tree and Co-Tree Link Currents: Tie-Set Matrix Cut-Set and Tree Branch Voltages Mesh Analysis |
Supermesh Analysis Nodal Analysis Supernode Analysis |

#### 3. Useful Theorems in Circuit Analysis

The section contains questions and answers on star delta transformation, superposition and thevenins theorem, nortons, reciprocity and compensation theorem, maximum power transfer theorem, tellegens and millmans theorem.

Star-Delta Transformation Superposition Theorem Thevenin’s Theorem Norton’s Theorem Reciprocity Theorem |
Compensation Theorem Maximum Power Transfer Theorem Tellegen’s Theorem Millman’s Theorem |

#### 4. Introduction to Alternating Currents and Voltages

The section contains questions on sine waves, pure resistors, voltage and current values of sine waves.

Angular Relation of a Sine Wave Voltage and Current Values of a Sine Wave |
Phase Relation in a Pure Resistor |

#### 5. Complex Impedence

The section contains questions on impedence diagram, series and parallel circuits.

Impedence Diagram Series Circuits |
Parallel Circuits |

#### 6. Power and Power Factor

The section contains questions on instantaneous and average power, apparent power and reactive power.

Instantaneous Power Average Power |
Apparent Power and Power Factor Reactive Power |

#### 7. Steady State AC Analysis

The section contains questions and answers on mesh and nodal analysis, nortons, transfer, superposition and thevenins theorem.

Mesh Analysis Nodal Analysis Superposition Theorem |
Thevenin’s Theorem Norton’s Theorem Maximum Power Transfer Theorem |

#### 8. Resonance

The section contains questions and answers on series and parallel resonance, tank circuit and rlc circuit bandwidth.

Series Resonance Bandwidth of an RLC Circuit |
Parallel Resonance Resonant Frequency for a Tank Circuit |

#### 9. Polyphase Circuits

The section contains questions on polyphase system, star connected systems, star to delta transformation, three phase balanced and unbalanced circuits, three phase circuits power measurement.

#### 10. Transients

The section contains questions and answers on dc and sinusodial response of r-l, r-c, r-l-c circuits.

#### 11. Intoduction to the Laplace Transform

The section contains questions on laplace transform, operational and inverse transforms.

Definition of the Laplace Transform Operational Transforms |
Inverse Transforms |

#### 12. Application of the Laplace Transform in Circuit Analysis

The section contains questions on circuit elements in s domain, transfer and impulse function.

Circuit Elements in the S-Domain Transfer Function |
The Impulse Function in Circuit Analysis |

#### 13. S-Domain Analysis

The section contains questions on complex frequency, series and parallel combinations, poles and zeros of network functions, driving point and transfer functions.

#### 14. Two-Port Networks

The section contains questions on open and short circuit impedence, different parameters, two port networks and image parameters.

#### 15. Filters and Attenuators

The sections covers questions on filter networks, pass and stop band, attenuators, k low pass filters, inverse network, series and shunt equalizer.

Filter Networks Classification of Pass Band and Stop Band Constant-K Low Pass Filter M-Derived T-Section |
Attenuators Inverse Network Series Equalizer Shunt Equalizer |

#### 16. Elements of Realizability and Synthesis of One-Port Networks

The sections covers questions on hurwitz polynomials, reactive one port responses bt fosters and cauer methods, r-l, r-c networks by foster and cauer methods.

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