Passive Filters MCQ Test

  1. Passive filters are made up of ____.
  2. The maximum output voltage of a certain low-pass filter is 15 V. The output voltage at the critical frequency is ___.
  3. The bandwidth of a resonant filter is determined by the quality factor (Q) of the circuit and the resonant frequency.
  4. What does the high pass filters generally comprise? A. B. C. Inductive series arm D.
  5. Which one of the amongst is not a type of Passive filter?
  6. What is a filter?
  7. An RC coupling circuit is an example of what type of filter?
  8. Passive filters contain amplifying devices to increase signal strength.
  9. Passive Filters do not contain amplifying devices to strengthen the signal.
  10. What is the value of notch frequency if the values of resistance and capacitance are 100 kV and 0.02 μF?
  11. The attenuation rate is also called?
  12. In a certain low-pass filter, fc = 3.5 kHz. Its pass-band is
  13. In a series resonant band-pass filter, a lower value of Q results in
  14. The roll-off rate of a basic RC or RL filter is 20 dB per decade.
Passive Filters MCQ

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  • passive components
  • active components
  • latest components
  • None of the above
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  • Capacitive series arm
  • Inductive shunt arm
  • Capacitive shunt arm
  • Both A and B
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  • Low Pass Filters
  • Band Pass Filters
  • Band Stop/Power Filters
  • High Pass Filters
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  • Frequency damping circuit
  • Frequency selective circuit
  • Amplitude selective circuit
  • Amplitude damping circuit
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  • Low pass filter
  • High pass filter
  • Band pass filter
  • All pass filter
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  • Ripple
  • Envelope delay
  • Roll in
  • Roll off
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  • A smaller bandwidth
  • A larger bandwidth
  • A higher impedance
  • A higher resonant frequency
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