# Tag - components

## Nyquist Noise Formula Cascading Noisy Components Noise Figure

Nyquist Noise Formula Cascading Noisy Components Noise Figure Due to thermal agitation of charges in resistors, attenuators, mixers, etc., such devices produce noise voltages and currents. For example, in a resistor the charges move randomly due to thermal agitation: As you know, applying a voltage across [...]

## [Economy] Index Theory: WPI, CPI, IIP, Components, Baseyear; Core vs Headline inflation, Laspeyre’s formula explained

Prologue [Act 1] WHO calculates WPI, CPI, IIP? [Act 2] WHEN they publish WPI, CPI, IIP? [Act 3] WHERE do they get data for WPI, CPI, IIP? WPI Data Collection CPI Data collection IIP Data Collection [Act 4] WHAT are the components of [...]

## [Ethics] E2/P1: Attitude- Meaning, Structure, Functions, CAB Model- cognitive, affective, behavioral components

E2/P1: Video Lecture by Kavan Limbasiya (AIR-198/CSE’14) Attitude: Meaning & types Attitude: Salient Features CAB Model of Attitude Attitude Structure #1: Uni-Directional Attitude Structure #2: Bi-directional Potential vs felt ambivalence Attitude: Functions Belief + Value = Attitude E2/P1: Video Lecture by Kavan Limbasiya (AIR-198/CSE’14) Youtube [...]

## [Ethics] E4/P1: Emotional Intelligence- Meaning, Model, Components, Benefits & Case studies

E4/P1: Video Lecture by Kavan Limbasiya (Rank-198/UPSC-2014) 8 Basic emotions What is Emotional Intelligence? Two models of EI Unregulated Emotions = Judgment Clouded Digital Age of alienation Why study Emotional Intelligence? Benefits of higher EI How develop emotional intelligence? Descriptive Questions Case study: [...]

## What are the components of productivity measurement system ?

Ans. Following are the basic compliments of productivity measurement system- (i) A list of outputs of the organization in units form. (ii) For each type of output, standard time, standard cost, raw material 1 use, equipment use and tool use etc. . (iii) A statement of the [...]

## Write down the types and components of input-output model.

Ans. Input-output· models are classified in two categories. These are as follows- (i) Open Input-output Model- In such type of model, total output is consumed both by the intermediate demand and the final demand. Open input-output model is generally preferred. (ii) Closed Input-output Model- In such type [...]