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Set No.

Code No: 221901


II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examination November 2003
DATA COMMUNICATION
1
(Electronics and Computer Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80


Answer any FIVE questions
All questions carry equal marks
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1. a) What are the advantages of QPSK?


b) Find the probability of error of QPSK.
c) For different inputs find correlator output.

2.a) What does network topology mean? What are the implications of having different
topologies, Explain?
b) What is the Star topology? The bus? The ring? Explain in detail.

3.a) Which error detection technique is the simplest? Explain.


b) Which error detection technique is the most reliable? Explain.

4. Explain the basic concept of modem and show the relationship of modems to a
communication link with neat block diagram.

5.a) With relevant diagrams, explain.


(i) I-frame
(ii) S-frame and
(iii) U-frame
b) Explain the different steps involved in assembling HDLC frame.

6. Describe the Bell system T1 carrier system with detailed block diagram.

7.a) What is ment by multiplexers or concentrators.


b) Explain about frequency concentrator.

8. Explain Half duplex block by block transmission with the help of diagrams.
Consider network delays.

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Set No.
Code No: 221901
II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examination November 2003
DATA COMMUNICATION
2
(Electronics and Computer Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80


Answer any FIVE questions
All questions carry equal marks
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1.a) Draw the output wave froms of ASK and PSK when the input data stream is
11010.
b) Draw the correlation receiver structuree for QPSK signal.

2.a) Compare the number of links needed for five users in star, bus and ring
topologies. How many new links for the sixth user?

b) Draw a seven-user star network.

3.a) What is parity checking? How is parity generated?


b) How is parity used for error detection?
c) What is the difference between odd and even parity in terms of technical
performance?
d) What are the benefits of parity?

4. Explain the different types of data modems.

5.a) Explain the different commands and responses in HDLC.


b) Assume that the primary HDLC station in NRM has sent six I-frames to a
secondary. The primary’s N(S) count was three(011 binary) prior to sending the
six frames. If the poll bits are in the sixth frame, what will be the N(R) count
back from the secondary after the last frame? Assume error-free operation.

6. Explain Line coding in detail with block diagram.

7. Explain how STATISTITICAL TIME-DIVISION MULTIPLEXING is an


efficient alternative to synchronous TDM.

8. Discuss the contingencies and throughput of point to point line under Full duplex
protocol.

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Set No.
Code No: 221901
II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examination November 2003
DATA COMMUNICATION
3
(Electronics and Computer Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80


Answer any FIVE questions
All questions carry equal marks
---

1.a) With relevant diagram, explain the model of band pars data transmission
system.
b) Explain coherent PSK schemes.

2.a) What is an integral modem? How does it differ from a stand-alone unit? What
are the advantages and drawbacks of an integral modems?
b) What is the limitation of the RS-232 interface to a modem.

3.a) Why do many systems use odd parity instead of even?


b) Why is parity a relatively week error-check? What type of errors can it detect?
What types of does it miss?
c) What is horizontal parity and vertical parity? What are the functions and
capability of each?

4. Explain the function of RS – 232 in detail.

5.a) Draw the frame structure of HDLC protocol. Explain the meaning of different
fields.
b) Compare the features of HDLC with BISYNC.

6. Explain with Block Diagram the CCITT TDM carrier system.

7.a) What are the other names of statistical time-division multiplexing.


b) Compare between synchronous and statistical TDM with necessary diagram.

8. What are the problems in exchanging message blocks between computers? How
are they solved?

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Set No.
Code No: 221901
II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examination November 2003
DATA COMMUNICATION
4
(Electronics and Computer Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80


Answer any FIVE questions
All questions carry equal marks
---

1.a) When will the SNR become maximum in an matched filter.

b) Derive bit error probability for coherent ASK demodulation.

2.a) How does an FM modem represent 1’s and 0’s ? What functions must the modem
perform after receiving these signals?
b) What are the baud value ranges for low, medium and high performance modems?
What is the difference in internal implementation?

3.a) What is the difference between even parity and odd parity?
. b) How does parity decreases the efficiency of system? By what amount?
c) What is horizontal parity? What is vertical parity?

4. Define the following terms.


a) AT commands in modem
b) Signal constellation
c) Dial-up line
d) Equalization

5.a) Give comparison between SDLC and HDLC protocols.


b) Explain in detail the four basic configurations of SDLC.

6. Explain in detail line encoding with block diagram.

7. Draw the statistical TDM frame format for overall statistical TDM frame and
explain in detail about each field.

8. With a suitable example, explain how you will analyse the efficiency of half
duplex data transmission?

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