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Control Systems Engineer (CSE) Professional Engineer Examination Questions

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"Half of sampling rate of a discrete signal processing system is called" Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) to practice control systems engineer (cse) professional engineer examination questions with choices critical frequency, nyquist frequency, damping frequency, and microwave for online high school college acceptance. Study control systems interview questions are to learn online FAQ: Control systems engineer (cse) professional engineer examination questions with MCQ bank to enroll in online colleges.

FAQ: Control Systems Engineer (CSE) Professional Engineer Examination Questions

MCQ: Half of the sampling rate of a discrete signal processing system is called

  1. critical frequency
  2. Nyquist frequency
  3. damping frequency
  4. Microwave

B

MCQ: A polar frequency response plot made for the open loop transfer function is called

  1. block diagram
  2. Nyquist diagram
  3. Notch diagram
  4. Symbolic diagram

B

MCQ: Minimum frequency at which an analog signal should be sampled for correct reconstruction is called

  1. Nyquist gain
  2. Nyquist sampling rate
  3. Notch sampling rate
  4. Notch gain

B

MCQ: Nyquist frequency is also called

  1. sampling frequency
  2. folding frequency
  3. critical frequency
  4. damping frequency

B

MCQ: A graphical technique used for determining the stability of a feedback control system is called

  1. Nyquist stability criterion
  2. Nyquist instability criterion
  3. Nyquist loop criterion
  4. Nyquist gain criterion

A