BJTs Device Strucutres and Physical Operations MCQ’s

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This set of Electronic Devices & Circuits Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “BJTs Device Strucutres and Physical Operations”.

1. The number of pn junctions in a BJT is/are
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

2. In which of the following modes can a BJT be used?
a) Cut-off mode
b) Active mode
c) Saturation mode
d) All of the mentioned

3. Which of the following is not a part of a BJT?
a) Base
b) Collector
c) Emitter
d) None of the mentioned

4. If a BJT is to be used as an amplifier, then it must operate in___________
a) Cut-off mode
b) Active mode
c) Saturation mode
d) All of the mentioned

5. In cut off mode
a) The base-emitter junction is forward biased and emitter-collector junction is reversed biased
b) The base-emitter junction is forward biased and emitter-collector junction is forward biased
c) The base-emitter junction is reversed biased and emitter-collector junction is reversed biased
d) The base-emitter junction is reversed biased and emitter-collector junction is forward biased

6. On which of the following does the collector current not depends upon?
a) Saturation current
b) Thermal voltage
c) Voltage difference between the base and emitter
d) None of the mentioned

7. If a BJT is to be used as a switch, it must operate in____________
a) Cut-off mode or active mode
b) Active Mode or saturation mode
c) Cut-off mode or saturation mode
d) Cut-off mode or saturation mode or active mode

8. On which of the following does the scale current not depends upon?
a) Effective width of the base
b) Charge of an electron
c) Electron diffusivity
d) Volume of the base-emitter junction

9. The range for the transistor parameter also referred as common-emitter current gain has a value of__________ for common devices.
a) 50-200
b) 400-600
c) 750-1000
d) > 1000

10. The collector current Ic is related to the emitter current Ie by a factor k. If b is the transistor parameter then the value of k in terms of b is
a) k = b/(b + 1)
b) k = (b + 1)/b
c) b = (k + 1)/k
d) None of the mentioned

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