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### Baseband Demodulation and Detection MCQs | Page 3 of 9

Q21.
Examples of double side band signals are
Q22.
The likelihood ratio test is done between
Answer: (a).Likelihood of s1 by likelihood of s2
Q23.
According to the rule of minimizing the error probabilities, the hypothesis should be like if the priori probabilities are ________ than the ratio of likelihoods.
Q24.
The detector that minimizes the error probability is called as
Q25.
For a M-ary signal or symbol the number of likelihood functions are
Q26.
An error in binary decision making occurs when the channel noise is
Answer: (c).Greater or Lesser than the optimum threshold level
Q27.
Optimum threshold value is given by
Q28.
The symbol of the probability under the tail of Gaussian pdf is called as
Answer: (c).Complementary error & Co error function
Q29.
Matched filter provides _____ signal to noise ratio.