a. Amplitude of one signal plotted against the amplitude of another signal

b. Frequency of one signal plotted against the frequency of another signal

c. Amplitude of one signal plotted against the frequency of another signal

d. Frequency of one signal plotted against the time period of another signal

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**ANSWER: a. Amplitude of one signal plotted against the amplitude of another signal **

a. Parseval's Theorem

b. Rayleigh's Theorem

c. Both a & b

d. None of the above

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**ANSWER: a. Parseval's Theorem **

a. Estimating the area under the square root of its amplitude spectrum

b. Estimating the area under the square of its amplitude spectrum

c. Estimating the area under the one-fourth power of its amplitude spectrum

d. Estimating the area exactly half as that of its amplitude spectrum

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**ANSWER: b. Estimating the area under the square of its amplitude spectrum **

a. 8α

b. 1 / 8α

c. -1 / 8α

d. -8α

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**ANSWER: c. -1 / 8α **

a. Distribution of energy or power

b. Consumption of energy or power

c. Conservation of energy or power

d. Generation of energy or power

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**ANSWER: a. Distribution of energy or power **

a. Laplace Transform

b. Z-transform

c. Fourier Transform

d. All of the above

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**ANSWER: c. Fourier Transform **

a. An even (symmetric) function of frequency

b. An odd (non-symmetric) function of frequency

c. A function that is odd and half-wave symmetric

d. None of the above

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**ANSWER: a. An even (symmetric) function of frequency **

A. Greater the value of correlation function, higher is the similarity level between two signals

B. Greater the value of correlation function, lower is the similarity level between two signals

C. Lesser the value of correlation function, higher is the similarity level between two signals

D. Lesser the value of correlation function, lower is the similarity level between two signals

a. Only C

b. Only B

c. A & D

d. B & C

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**ANSWER: c. A & D **

a. Auto-correlation Function

b. Cross-correlation Function

c. Both a & b

d. None of the above

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**ANSWER: a. Auto-correlation Function **

a. Commutative property

b. Distributive property

c. Conjugate property

d. Associative property

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**ANSWER: c. Conjugate property **

a. At origin

b. At extremities

c. At unity

d. At infinity

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**ANSWER: a. At origin **

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