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of the input cycle. added drive capability. A. 10 dB. (b) quiescent current (c) High input impedance
A) a current mirror. D) all of the above B. 6 dB. (c) current in the bias (d) Low output (a) increases the input
B) diode separation. A) voltage drop across C. 20 dB. resistors impedance and output impedances
C) crossover distortion. the transistor is D. 3 dB. (d) size of the heat sink (a) is part of an op-amp (b) increases the input
D) thermal runaway. important. A. 154 Hz (b) has one input and impedance and the
A) class A B) they are not as prone B. 1540 Hz (a) one-half the peak one output bandwidth
B) class B to ESD. C. 1.54 Hz load current (c) has two outputs (c) decreases the output
C) class C C) both of the above D. 15.4 Hz (b) twice the peak load (d) answers (a) and (c) impedance and the
D) all of the above D) none of the above A. 31831 Hz current bandwidth
A) class B. A) A B. 31.831 kHz (c) at least as large as (a) the output is (d) does not affect
B) class A. B) AB C. 0.031831 MHz the peak load current grounded impedances or
C) class AB. C) B D. all of the above (d) just above the cutoff (b) one input is grounded bandwidth
D) class C. D) C A. 51.7 dB value and a signal is applied to
A) 30 B. 103.5 dB the other (a) reduces gain
B) 25 C. 150,000 dB (a) 6 W (c) both inputs are (b) reduces output error
C) 1.2 2015/10/mcqs-in-the- D. 5.18 dB (b) 12 W connected together voltage
D) 750 operational- A. 135 dB. (c) 1 W (d) the output is not (c) increases bandwidth
A) class A amplifier.html B. 72 dB. (d) 0.707 W inverted (d) has no effect
B) class B A. an inverting amplifier. C. 207 dB.
C) class C B. a non-inverting D. 63 dB. (a) input signal power (a) a signal is applied (a) extends from the
D) class AB amplifier. A. 26.7 (b) power dissipated in between the two inputs lower critical frequency
A) 4.4 mA C. a voltage-follower. B. 26.7 the last stage (b) the gain is 1 to the upper critical
B) 6.1 mA D. a common-source C. 27.7 (c) power from the dc (c) the outputs are frequency
C) 16.7 mA amplifier. D. 27.7 power supply different amplitudes (b) extends from 0 Hz to
D) 20 mA A. an inverting amplifier. A. 10 (d) none of these (d) only one supply the upper critical
B. a non-inverting B. 11 answers voltage is used frequency
A) 5.4 V. amplifier. C. 10 (c) rolls off at 20
B) 6.6 V. C. a voltage-follower. D. 11 (a) 25% (a) both inputs are dB/decade beginning at
C) 12 V. D. a common-source A. 0.5. (b) 50% grounded 0 Hz
D) 0 V. amplifier. B. 27.7. (c) 79% (b) the outputs are (d) answers (b) and (c)
A) class A C. 11. (d) 98% connected together
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C) class AB B. a non-inverting A. 3 MHz (a) into cutoff appears on both inputs frequency
D) class C amplifier. B. 30 kHz (b) in saturation (d) the output signals are (b) the cutoff frequency
A) class A C. a voltage-follower. C. 112.4 kHz (c) at midpoint of the in-phase (c) the notch frequency
B) class B D. a common-source D. infinite in width load line (d) the unity-gain
C) class AB amplifier. A. 155 MHz (d) right at cutoff (a) very high frequency
D) class C A. 1.2 V B. 155 kHz (b) very low
A) 0.7 V, 6.8 V, 0 V. B. 1.2 V C. 155 Hz (a) class A amplifiers (c) always unity (a) the internal RC
B) 0 V, 0 V, 0 V. C. 0 V D. 15.5 Hz (b) class AB amplifiers (d) unpredictable circuits
C) 0.7 V, 15 V, 0 V. D. 12 V A. 10.4 kHz (c) class B amplifiers (b) the external RC
D) 0.7 V, 0 V, 15 V. A. 100. B. 15.5 kHz (d) all of these amplifiers (a) 1225 circuits
A) about 25%. B. 5. C. 3 MHz (b) 10,000 (c) the gain roll-off
B) about 78%. C. 20. D. 16.7 kHz (a) two npn transistors (c) 80 dB (d) negative feedback
C) about 70%. D. 21. (b) two pnp transistors (d) answers (b) and (c)
D) about 100%. A. 5 V A. 1 MHz (c) complementary (a) causes the gain to roll
A) 0 V B. 5 V B. 1.5 MHz symmetry transistors (a) the positive supply off at
B) 0.7 V C. 10 V C. 1 kHz (d) none of these voltage (b) causes the gain to roll
C) 9.3 V D. 10 V D. 1.5 kHz (b) the negative supply off at
D) 10.7 V A. 500 k. A. 8.33 MHz (a) equal to the current voltage (c) reduces the midrange
A) 0 V B. 10 k. B. 833 kHz in the bias resistors and (c) zero gain by 3 dB
B) 0.7 V C. 50 k. C. 83.3 kHz diodes (d) the CMRR (d) answers (a) and (b)
C) 9.3 V D. 5 k. D. 8.33 kHz (b) twice the current in
D) 10.7 V A. 10 k, 100 k A. increases, increases the bias resistors and (a) 1 (a) 200,000 Hz
A) C3 is open. B. 13.3 k, 120 k B. increases, decreases diodes (b) 2000 (b) 5,000,000 Hz
B) BE1 is open. C. 12 k, 108 k C. decreases, decreases (c) half the current in the (c) 80 dB (c) 1 x 1012 Hz
C) BE2 is open. D. 12 k, 120 k D. decreases, increases bias resistors and diodes (d) 100,000 (d) not determinable
D) R1 is open. A. 50 mV A. high, low, high, wide (d) zero (a) 700 nA from the information
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B) BE1 is open. C. 1.05 V C. low, high, high, wide (a) 25% (c)49.7A (a) 1 kHz
C) BE2 is open. D. 50 mV D. low, low, low, wide (b) 50% (d) none of these (b) 9 kHz
D) R1 is open. A. 1.36 V/s A. ID (c) 79% (c) 10 kHz
A) D1 is shorted. B. 0.68 V/s B. power dissipation (d) 98% (a) 96V/ s (d) 11 kHz
B) D2 is shorted. C. 0.68 V/s C. temperature (b)0.67V/ s
C) R1 is open. D. cannot determine D. phase shift (a) 5 mA (c) 1.5V/ s
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A) C3 is shorted. B. for input offset voltage C. slew rate (d) 40 mA (a) reduce the gain (c) infinity
B) C1 is open. compensation. D. static discharge (b) equalize the input (d) 0 kHz
C) RL is shorted. C. to set input A. non-inverting (a) higher than a class B signals
D) VCC is 0 V. impedance. B. inverting (b) the same as a class B (c) zero the output error (a) increases
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VCC. gain. A. non-inverting (d) slightly less than a (d) fluctuates
C) a sine wave. A. for bias current B. inverting class B (a) reduces the voltage
D) a square wave with a compensation. C. voltage-follower gain of an op-amp (a) 200 MHz
frequency determined by B. for input offset voltage D. none of the above (a) very low (b) makes the op-amp (b) 10 MHz
the tank. compensation. A. non-inverting (b) very high oscillate (c) the unity-gain
A) 25 C. to set input B. inverting (c) the same as a class B (c) makes linear frequency
B) 40 impedance. C. voltage-follower (d) the same as a class A operation possible (d) answers (a) and (c)
C) 70 D. to set input D. none of the above (d) answers (a) and (c)
D) 10 impedance and voltage A. 10,000 (a) less than class A
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