Floyd Self-test in FET Amplifiers and Switching Circuits – Answers

(Last Updated On: December 8, 2017)

Answers for Floyd Self-test in Chapter 9 of Electronic Devices

Below are the answers key for Floyd Self-test in Chapter 9: FET Amplifiers and Switching Circuits from the book Electronic Devices Conventional Current Version, 9th edition by Thomas L. Floyd.

1. answers (a) and (d)

2. 11.4

3. 4.5

4. a current source between drain and source terminals

5. transconductance and gate-to-source voltage

6. the voltage gain will decrease

7. 1.89 V

8. increase

9. 0.86

10. 50 MΩ

11. much lower input resistance

12. CS amplifier

13. a CS and a CG amplifier

14. none of these

15. pulse-width modulation

16. threshold characteristic

17. twice the signal frequency

18. frequency and capacitance

19. an n-channel and a p-channel MOSFET

20. digital circuits

21. VDD

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