Single Stage Transistor Amplifiers MCQ Test

  1. The input capacitor in an amplifier is the ____ capacitor.
  2. What is the purpose of capacitors in a transistor amplifier?
  3. What is the purpose of d.c. conditions in a transistor?
  4. What is the purpose of coupling capacitor in a transistor amplifier?
  5. What is the purpose of of emitter capacitor (i.e. capacitor across RE)?
  6. A CE amplifier is also called ____ circuit.
  7. In transistor amplifiers, we generally use ____ capacitors.
  8. A transistor converts d.c. power into a.c. power.
  9. If the input capacitor of a transistor amplifier is short-circuited, then ____.
  10. If a transistor amplifier feeds a load of low resistance (e.g. speaker), then voltage gain will be low.
  11. When a transistor amplifier is operating, the current in any branch is _____.
  12. A transistor amplifier has high output impedance because __.
  13. What do you mean by the Operating point?
  14. Is the slope of a.c. load line is more tahn that of d.c. load line?
Single Stage Transistor Amplifiers MCQ

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  • Coupling
  • Bypass
  • Leakage
  • None of the above
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  • Protect the transistor
  • Cool the transistor
  • Couple or bypass a.c. component
  • Provide biasing
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  • Reverse bias the emitter
  • Forward bias the collector
  • Set up operating point
  • None of the above
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  • Increase the output impedance of transistor
  • Protect the transistor
  • Pass a.c. and block d.c.
  • Provide biasing
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  • Avoid voltage gain drop
  • Forward bias the emitter
  • Reduce noise in the amplifier
  • None of the above
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  • Grounded emitter
  • Grounded base
  • Grounded collector
  • None of the above
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  • Transistor will be destroyed
  • Biasing conditions will change
  • Signal will not reach the base
  • None of the above
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  • Sum of a.c. and d.c.
  • difference of a.c. and d.c.
  • product of a.c. and d.c.
  • None of the above
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  • Emitter is heavily doped
  • Collector has reverse bias
  • Collector is wider than emitter or base
  • None of the above
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  • The point of intersection of d.c. and a.c. load lines
  • The sum of d.c. and a.c. load
  • The product of d.c. and a.c. load lines is called
  • None of the above
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  • One transistor and associated circuitry
  • Two transistor and associated circuitry
  • Multi transistor and associated circuitry
  • None of the above
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  • Input impedance is very high
  • Input impedance is low
  • Output impedance is very low
  • None of the above
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