MCQs in Transistor Bias Circuits

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MCQs for  Transistor Bias Circuits

This is the Multiple Choice Questions in Transistor Bias Circuits from the book Electronic Devices – Electron Flow Version and Conventional Current Version 8th Edition by Thomas L. Floyd. If you are looking for a reviewer in Electronics Engineering this will definitely help. I can assure you that this will be a great help in reviewing the book in preparation for your Board Exam. Make sure to familiarize each and every questions to increase the chance of passing the ECE Board Exam.

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Practice Exam Test Questions

Choose the letter of the best answer in each questions.

1. Voltage-divider bias has a relatively stable Q-point, as does

  • A) base bias.
  • B) collector-feedback bias.
  • C) both of the above
  • D) none of the above

2. Emitter bias requires

  • A) only a positive supply voltage.
  • B) only a negative supply voltage.
  • C) no supply voltage.
  • D) both positive and negative supply voltages.

3. 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) all of the above

4. Changes in βDC result in changes in

  • A) IC.
  • B) VCE.
  • C) the Q-point.
  • D) all of the above
5. The input resistance at the base of a voltage-divider biased transistor can be neglected
  • A) at all times.
  • B) only if the base current is much smaller than the current through R2 (the lower bias resistor).
  • C) at no time.
  • D) only if the base current is much larger than the current through R2 (the lower bias resistor).
6. What is the Q-point for a fixed-bias transistor with IB = 75 µA, βDC = 100, VCC = 20 V, and RC = 1.5 kΩ?
  • A) VC = 0 V
  • B) VC = 20 V
  • C) VC = 8.75 V
  • D) VC = 11.25 V
7. 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) halfway between cutoff and saturation.

8. Refer to Figure 5-1. The value of IB is
MCQs in  Transistor Bias Circuits  Fig. 01
Figure 5-1

  • A) 53 µA.
  • B) 50 µA.
  • C) 50 mA.
  • D) 53 mA.

9. Refer to Figure 5-1. The value of IC is

  • A) 10 µA.
  • B) 10 mA.
  • C) 5 mA.
  • D) 50 mA.

10. Refer to Figure 5-1. The value of βDC is

  • A) 5.3.
  • B) 53.
  • C) 94.
  • D) 100.

11. Refer to Figure 5-2. Determine IC.
MCQs in  Transistor Bias Circuits  Fig. 02
Figure 5-2

  • A) 5 µA
  • B) 5 mA
  • C) 0 mA
  • D) 10 mA

12. Refer to Figure 5-2. Assume that IC ≈ IE. Find VE.

  • A) 5 V
  • B) 10 V
  • C) 15 V
  • D) 2.5 V
13. Refer to Figure 5-2. Assume IC ≈ IE. Determine the value of RC that will allow VCE to equal 10 V.
  • A) 1 kΩ
  • B) 1.5 kΩ
  • C) 2 kΩ
  • D) 2.5 kΩ

14. Refer to Figure 5-2. Calculate the current I2.

  • A) 32 mA
  • B) 3.2 mA
  • C) 168 µA
  • D) 320 µA
15. Refer to Figure 5-3(a). The most probable cause of trouble, if any, from these voltage measurements would be

MCQs in  Transistor Bias Circuits  Fig. 03
Figure 5-3

  • A) the base-emitter junction is open.
  • B) RE is open.
  • C) a short from collector to emitter.
  • D) no problems.
16. Refer to Figure 5-3(b). The most probable cause of trouble, if any, from these voltage measurements is
  • A) the base-emitter junction is open.
  • B) RE is open.
  • C) a short from collector to emitter.
  • D) no problems.
17. Refer to Figure 5-3(c). The most probable cause of trouble, if any, from these voltage measurements is
  • A) the base-emitter junction is open.
  • B) RE is open.
  • C) a short from collector to emitter.
  • D) no problems.
18. Refer to Figure 5-3(d). The most probable cause of trouble, if any, from these voltage measurements is
  • A) the base-emitter junction is open.
  • B) RE is open.
  • C) a short from collector to emitter.
  • D) no problems.

19. The most stable biasing technique used is the

  • A) voltage-divider bias.
  • B) base bias.
  • C) emitter bias.
  • D) collector bias.

20. At saturation the value of VCE is nearly _____, and IC = _____.

  • A) zero, zero
  • B) VCC, IC(sat)
  • C) zero, I(sat)
  • D) VCC, zero
21. The linear (active) operating region of a transistor lies along the load line below _____ and above _____.
  • A) cutoff, saturation
  • B) saturation, cutoff

22. What is the most common bias circuit?

  • A) base
  • B) collector
  • C) emitter
  • D) voltage-divider

23. What is the dc input resistance at the base of a BJT?

  • A) βDCRC
  • B) βdc • (RC || RE)
  • C) βDC • re′
  • D) βDCRE
24. Which transistor bias circuit provides good Q-point stability with a single-polarity supply voltage?
  • A) base bias
  • B) collector-feedback bias
  • C) voltage-divider bias
  • D) emitter bias
25. Which transistor bias circuit arrangement has poor stability because its Q-point varies widely with βDC?
  • A) base bias
  • B) collector-feedback bias
  • C) voltage-divider bias
  • D) emitter bias
26. Which transistor bias circuit arrangement provides good Q-point stability, but requires both positive and negative supply voltages?
  • A) base bias
  • B) collector-feedback bias
  • C) voltage-divider bias
  • D) emitter bias
27. Which transistor bias circuit arrangement provides good stability using negative feedback from collector to base?
  • A) base bias
  • B) collector-feedback bias
  • C) voltage-divider bias
  • D) emitter bias

28.
MCQs in  Transistor Bias Circuits  Fig. 04
FIGURE 5-4

Refer to Figure 5-4. In the voltage-divider biased npn transistor circuit, if RC opens, the transistor is
  • A) saturated.
  • B) cutoff.
  • C) nonconducting.
29. Refer to Figure 5-4. In the voltage-divider biased npn transistor circuit, if R2 opens, the transistor is
  • A) saturated.
  • B) cutoff.
  • C) nonconducting.
30. Refer to Figure 5-4. In the voltage-divider biased npn transistor circuit, if R1 opens, the transistor is
  • A) saturated.
  • B) cutoff.
  • C) nonconducting.

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