Transistor Amplifier Response, Taking Source Resistance into Account MCQ’s

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This set of Electronic Devices & Circuits Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Transistor Amplifier Response, Taking Source Resistance into Account”.

1. How many known variables do we need to perform a linear analysis of a transistor circuit taking source resistance into account?
a) 3
b) 5
c) 6
d) 4

2. Which of the following is an independent variable in a linear analysis of a common base transistor?
a) Base current
b) Collector base voltage
c) Collector current
d) Collector emitter voltage

3. What does the static characteristic curve of a transistor define?
a) Steady state relations
b) Current
c) Voltage
d) It is not applicable for transistors

4. What frequency should be used to check the linear analysis of a transistor?
a) High frequency
b) Medium-high frequency
c) Medium-low frequency
d) Low frequency

5. Where is the operating point of transistor located in a linear analysis?
a) Linear region
b) Saturation region
c) Cut-off region
d) It is not located on this graph

6. What is the function of a capacitor in the linear analysis of a transistor?
a) To find the operating point
b) To block d-c signals
c) To block a-c signals
d) Makes no difference

7. Which of the following is an independent variable in a linear analysis of a common base transistor?
a) Collector emitter voltage
b) Collector current
c) Emitter base voltage
d) Emitter current

8. Which of the following is an inference made from the linear analysis of a transistor circuit taking source resistance into account?
a) 99% of the collector current flows to the emitter
b) 99% of the emitter current flows to the collector
c) 0.99% of the collector current flows to the emitter
d) 0.99% of the emitter current flows to the collector

9. What is the equation of the load line in the linear analysis of a transistor?
a) VCE = VCC + IB RL
b) VCE = VCC – IB RL
c) VCE = VCC + IC RL
d) VCE = VCC – IC RL

10. What do the small signal parameters in a transistor circuit taking source resistance into account vary with respect to in the linear analysis?
a) Load line
b) Bias point
c) Temperature
d) Makes no difference

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