## Multiple Choice Questions with Answers on Analog Electronics Circuits - 13

1. Bootstrap voltage sweep generator uses

a.                  negative feedback

b.                 positive feedback

c.                  both negative & positive feedback

d.                 no feedback

2. Miller integrator voltage sweep generator uses

a.                  negative feedback

b.                 positive feedback

c.                  both negative & positive feedback

d.                 no feedback

3. Darlington emitter follower has

a.                  high input resistance and unity voltage gain

b.                 low input resistance and unity voltage gain

c.                  low input resistance and high voltage gain

d.                 high input resistance and voltage gain less than unity but close to unity

4. The current gain of CC amplifier having hfe = 60 is approximately

a.                  1/60

b.                 120

c.                  61

d.                 60

5. Dynamic impedance of a Zener diode

a.                  increases with the increase of current through it

b.                 is independent of current through it

c.                  decreases with the increase of current through it

d.                 first increases, reduces reaches a maximum and then decreases with increase of current through it

6. Tuned amplifiers are generally not used in

7. To increase the bandwidth, distributed amplifier uses

a.                  tuned circuits

b.                 resonant cavities

c.                  transmission lines

d.                 cascode amplifier

8. RC coupling are usually preferred to transformer coupling in wideband amplifiers because of its

a.                  more flat frequency response in low frequency range

b.                 more flat frequency response in high frequency range

c.                  more flat frequency response over a wide frequency range

d.                 less phase distortion

9. For a good transient response, the transfer function of the amplifier should not have

a.                  zeros in the right half of s-plane

b.                 zeros in the left half of s-plane

c.                  poles in the right half of s-plane

d.                 poles in the left half of s-plane

10. In lag compensation method for amplifiers, the zero introduced at fs is

a.                  lower than pole introduction at fp

b.                 higher than pole introduction at fp

c.                  equal to pole introduction at fp

d.                 double of the pole introduced at fp

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