BSNL TTA (JE) ELECTRONICS DEVICES AND CIRCUITS 200 EXPECTED QUESTIONS PART TWO

NOTE-NO OF QUESTIONS-100
ANSWER KEY-Correct answer is indicated by symbol (V) in options.
HINTS-In some questions options E-HINTS is indicating the hints of answer.

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SOME SAMPLE OF QUESTIONS AND ANSWER
1) Reverse saturation electric current in a silicon pn junction diode nearly doubles for very
A [ ]) 2°C rise in temperature.
B [ ]) 5°C rise in temperature.
C [ ]) 7°C rise in temperature.
D [v]) 10°C rise in temperature.
2) In the diode equation, the voltage equivalent of temperature
A [ ]) 11600 / T.
B [v]) T / 11600.
C [ ]) T=11600.
D [ ]) 11600 / T2
3) When a reverse bias is applied to a diode, it will
A [v]) raise the potential barrier.
B [ ]) lower the potential barrier.
C [ ]) increases the majority carrier an electric current greatly.
D [ ]) none of these
4) What is the ratio of IC to IB?
A [ ]) αDC
B [ ]) hFE
C [ ]) βDC
D [v]) either βDC or hFE, but not αDC
5) For normal operation of a pnp BJT, the base must be ________ with respect to the
emitter and ________ with respect to the collector.
A [ ]) positive, negative
B [ ]) positive, positive
C [v]) negative, positive
D [ ]) negative, negative
6) When a transistor is used as a switch, it is stable in which two distinct regions?
A [ ]) saturation and active
B [ ]) active and cutoff
C [v]) saturation and cutoff
D [ ]) none of the above
7) A certain transistor has IC = 15 mA and IB = 167 μA; βDC is:
A [ ]) 15
B [ ]) 167
C [ ]) 0.011
D [v]) 90
E [ ]) HINTS-βDC=IC/IB
8) What does βDC vary with?
A [ ]) IC
B [ ]) ºC
C [v]) both IC and ºC
D [ ]) IC, but not ºC
9) What is the ratio of IC to IE?
A [ ]) βDC
B [ ]) βDC / (βDC + 1)
C [ ]) αDC
D [v]) either βDC / (βDC + 1) or αDC but not βDC
10) Which of the following is true for an npn or pnp transistor
A [v]) IE = IB + IC
B [ ]) IB = IC+ IE
C [ ]) IC = IB + IE
D [ ]) none of the above
11) What is the order of doping, from heavily to lightly doped, for each region?
A [ ]) base, collector, emitter
B [v]) emitter, collector, base
C [ ]) emitter, base, collector
D [ ]) collector, emitter, base
12) In what range of voltages is the transistor in the linear region of its operation?
A [ ]) 0 < VCE
B [v]) 0.7 < VCE < VCE(max)
C [ ]) VCE(max) > VCE
D [ ]) none of the above
13) The magnitude of dark current in a phototransistor usually falls in what range?
A [ ]) mA
B [ ]) μA
C [v]) nA
D [ ]) pA
14) What is (are) common fault(s) in a BJT-based circuit?
A [ ]) opens or shorts internal to the transistor
B [ ]) open bias resistor
C [ ]) external opens and shorts on the circuit board
D [v]) all of the above
15) The dc load line on a family of collector characteristic curves of a transistor shows the
A [ ]) saturation region.
B [ ]) cutoff region.
C [ ]) active region.
D [v]) all of the above
16) Clipping is the result of
A [ ]) the input signal being too large.
B [ ]) the transistor being driven into saturation.
C [ ]) the transistor being driven into cutoff.
D [v]) all of the above
17) Which transistor bias circuit arrangement provides good stability using negative
feedback from collector to base?
A [ ]) base bias
B [v]) collector-feedback bias
C [ ]) voltage-divider bias
D [ ]) emitter bias
18) What is the dc input resistance at the base of a BJT?
A [ ]) βDCRc
B [ ]) βDC(Rc∥Re)
C [ ]) βDC·re′
D [v]) βDCRe
19) Which transistor bias circuit provides good Q-point stability with a single-polarity
supply voltage?
A [ ]) base bias
B [ ]) collector-feedback bias
C [v]) voltage-divider bias
D [ ]) emitter bias
20) Ideally, for linear operation, a transistor should be biased so that the Q-point is
A [ ]) near saturation.
B [ ]) near cutoff.
C [ ]) where IC is maximum
D [v]) halfway between cutoff and saturation
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