Solid State Switching Circuits MCQ Test

  1. What do you mean by solid state relay (SSR)?
  2. What is relay?
  3. If the input to an integrating circuit is a succession of alternating positive and negative pulses of very short duration, the output will be ____ wave.
  4. One would find a clamping circuit in _____.
  5. When a transistor is used as an amplifier, it is operated in the active region.
  6. A bistable multivibrator has ______?
  7. A monostable vibrator has __.
  8. The switch that has the fastest speed of operation is _____ switch?
  9. A relay is superior to a mechanical switch because it ___.
  10. If the input to a differentiating circuit is a saw-tooth wave, then output will be ____.
  11. When a transistor is driven to saturation, ideally the output is _.
  12. The positive clipper is that which removes the positive half-cycles of the input voltage.
  13. A negative clipper removes the ___________ half-cycles of the input voltage.
  14. What is the full form of TRIAC?
Solid State Switching Circuits MCQ

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  • electronic switching device
  • complete state
  • motion
  • None of the above
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  • An electromechanical switch
  • A mechanical switch
  • An electronic switch
  • All of the above
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  • Receiving antenna
  • Radio transmitter
  • Radio receiver
  • Television receiver
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  • One stable state
  • Two stable states
  • No stable state
  • None of the above
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  • No stable state
  • One stable state
  • Two stable states
  • None of the above
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  • Electronic
  • Mechanical
  • Electromechanical
  • None of the above
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  • Is relatively inexpensive
  • Does not require moving contacts
  • Combines control with power amplification
  • None of the above
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  • Triode for Alternating current
  • Tri for Alternating current
  • Triode for Alternating counter
  • Tri for Alternating counters
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  • Monostable
  • Astable
  • Bistable
  • None of the above
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  • Negative
  • 100 % positive
  • Both positive and negative
  • None of the above
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  • Complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor
  • Common metal–oxide–semiconductor
  • Complementary material–oxide–semiconductor
  • Complementary metal–oxygen–semiconductor
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