IETE DIPIETE-ET (Old Scheme) Electronic Switching Systems Papers


Electronic Switching Systems Papers of IETE DIPIETE - ET (Old Scheme) is one of the most vital and tough scoring papers. An electronics switching system is designed to digitalize the incoming analog signals from subscribers’ loop and it also interconnects these signals according to the exact time slot. The major devices of the electronic switching system comprises of semi conductors. These are of great use in various communication stations as well as in telephone exchanges. This paper deals with the study of all these vital stuffs and is in high demand now days.


The candidate appearing for this exam must have passed 10 with physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and should be above 14 years of age. Students going for higher studies with mathematics, physics and chemistry can also apply for this test.

Score Calculation:

This examination paper of Electronics switching system does not have any negative marking for wrong answered questions or for unanswered questions. Marks are only awarded when the answer attempt is a right one.

Mode of Exam:

IETE DIPIETE-ET (Old Scheme) Electronic Switching Systems Papers is an offline paper pencil based paper. Candidates are allowed to use blue and black ball point pens only. Answer sheets are provided to the candidates by the IETE DIPIETE in the exam hall.

Paper Format:

Electronic Switching Systems Papers consists of both multiple choice objective questions as well as subjective type questions. There are approximately 9 to 10 questions that the paper comprises and the first question consists of a number of multiple choice questions. The subjective questions of electronic switching paper are mostly descriptive type.

Time Allotted:

The maximum time given to the candidates to finish the Electronic switching paper is 3 hours.


Basic electronic switching for telephone systems by David Talley

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