Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics Examination Part 3 - Answers

Answers key for the The third part test that includes the next 12 Chapters of the book Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 5th edition by Stan Gibilisco.

Answers key in Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics Examination Part 3 MCQs

Below are the answers key for the Part 3 Examination Test that includes the the succeeding 12 Chapters of the book Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 5th edition by Stan Gibilisco.

1. E. Gate.

2. B. Nonlinearity.

3. A. Parallel modulation.

4. C. A transient.

5. A. Negative feedback.

6. C. The D layer.

7. A. Current amplification factor.

8.  D. An inductor.

9. E. Stability.

10. D. A power supply regulating circuit.

11. D. Pinchoff.

12. B. A high-power radio-frequency linear amplifier.

13. C. Holes.

14. C. The output is hard to filter.

15. D. 1000.

16. C. 225 W.

17. B. CMOS.

18. E. A radio-frequency power amplifier.

19. B. A digital computer.

20. D. Class C.

21. C. Teleprinter code.

22. E. A quartz crystal.

23. A. It is a sign of improper bias.

24. B. 8.

25. D. Sensitivity.

26. A. The width of the depletion region.

27. C. Slanted with respect to the edges of the tape.

28. E. A capacitor in parallel with the dc output.

29. A. Common emitter.

30. D. Bubble memory.

31. C. A Gunn diode.

32. C. The collector is negative relative to the emitter.

33. C. The beam is bent by an electric field.

34. B. SSB.

35. E. A magnetron.

36. D. Only when all inputs are high.

37. A. A varactor diode.

38. E. Higher power-handling capacity.

39. B. 31 dB.

40. E. Only when the inputs have opposite logic states.

41. C. FM.

42. D. The control grid.

43. A. Pulse amplitude modulation.

44. B. A useful tool in digital logic circuit design.

45. A. Circuits that need low current at high voltage.

46. B. An LED and a photodiode.

47. B. Avalanche effect.

48. C. Keep the image from tearing or rolling.

49. E. The channel does not conduct with zero gate bias.

50. B. The secondary voltage is more than the primary voltage.

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