# Signal Conversion | ADC, DAC,DSP MCQs

1. Which of following is not a type of ADC?

(b) Dual slope ADC

(c) Recessive approximation ADC

2. A DAC is a

(a) digital-to-analog computer

(b) digital analysis calculator

(c) data accumulation converter

(d) digital-to-analog converter

3. Aliasing results in

(a) oversampling
(b) undersampling
(c) guard-band formation
(d) perfect sampling

4. According to the sampling theorem, the sampling frequency should be

(a) less than half the highest signal frequency
(b) greater than twice the highest signal frequency
(c) less than half the lowest signal frequency
(d) greater than the lowest signal frequency

5. An op-amp is a linear amplifier which has

(a) one input and one output

(b) one input and two outputs

(c) two inputs and one output

(d) two inputs and two outputs

6. The quantization process

(a) converts the sample-and-hold output to the binary code
(b) converts a sample impulse to a level
(c) converts a sequence of binary codes to a reconstructed analog signal
(d) filters out unwanted frequencies before sampling takes place

7. Generally, an analog signal can be reconstructed more accurately with

(a) more quantization levels

(b) fewer quantization levels

(c) a higher sampling frequency

(d) a lower sampling frequency

(e) either answer (a) or (c)

8. The throughput of a flash ADC is measured in

(a) displacement per second

(b) distance per second

(c) samples per minute

(d) samples per second

9. A digital voltmeter uses a

(b) successive approximation ADC

10. The most common ADC seen in telecommunications based on audio signals is

(b) successive approximation ADC

11. In a binary weighted DAC, the lowest-value resistor corresponds to

(a) the highest binary weighted input
(b) the lowest binary weighted input
(c) the first input
(d) the last input

12. DSPs are typically programmed in

(a) assembly level languages
(b) the C programming language
(c) neither (a) nor (b)
(d) both (a) and (b)

13. A digital signal processing system usually operates in

(a) real time

(b) imaginary time

(c) compressed time

(d) computer time