MCQs in Feedback and Oscillator Circuits

MCQs in Feedback and Oscillator Circuits from the book Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory 10th Edition by Robert L. Boylestad.

MCQs in Feedback and Oscillator Circuits

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  • MCQs in Feedback Concepts | MCQs in Feedback Connection Types | MCQs in Practical Feedback Circuits | MCQs in Feedback Amplifier | MCQs in Oscillator Operation | MCQs in Phase-Shift Oscillator | MCQs in Wien Bridge Oscillator | MCQs in Tuned Oscillator Circuit | MCQs in Crystal Oscillator | MCQs in Unijunction Oscillator

Practice Exam Test Questions

Choose the letter of the best answer in each questions.

1. Which of the following improvements is (are) a result of the negative feedback in a circuit?

  • A. Higher input impedance
  • B. Better stabilized voltage gain
  • C. Improved frequency response
  • D. All of the above

2. Which of the following improvements is (are) a result of the negative feedback in a circuit?

  • A. Lower output impedance
  • B. Reduced noise
  • C. More linear operation
  • D. All of the above

3. Which of the following is (are) feedback?

  • A. Voltage-series
  • B. Voltage-shunt
  • C. Current-series
  • D. All of the above

4. What is the ratio of the input impedance with series feedback to that without feedback?

  • A. 1 + βA
  • B. βA
  • C. β
  • D. 1

5. What is the ratio of the output impedance with series feedback to that without feedback?

  • A. 1
  • B. 1 + βA
  • C. βA
  • D. A

6. The frequency distortion arising because of varying amplifier gain with frequency is considerably reduced in a negative-voltage feedback amplifier circuit.

  • A. True
  • B. False

7. Determine the voltage gain with feedback for a voltage-series feedback having A = –100, R1 = 15 kΩ, Ro = 20 kΩ, and a feedback of β = –0.25.

  • A. 3.85
  • B. –3.85
  • C. –9.09
  • D. 9.09

8. Determine the input impedance with feedback for a voltage-series feedback having A = –100, R1 = 15 kΩ, Ro = 20 kΩ, and a feedback of β = –0.25.

  • A. 110 kΩ
  • B. 290 kΩ
  • C. 390 kΩ
  • D. 510 kΩ

9. Determine the output impedance with feedback for a voltage-series feedback having A = –100, R1 = 15 kΩ, Ro = 20 kΩ, and a feedback of β = –0.25.

  • A. 0.2 kΩ
  • B. 392.16 kΩ
  • C. 1.82 kΩ
  • D. 769.23 Ω

10. An amplifier with a gain of –500 and a feedback of β = –0.1 has a gain change of 15% due to temperature. Calculate the change in gain of the feedback amplifier.

  • A. 0.2%
  • B. 0.3%
  • C. 0.4%
  • D. 0.5%

11. Referring to this figure, calculate the amplification gain with feedback for the following circuit values: R1 = 80 kΩ, R2 = 20 kΩ, Ro = 10 kΩ, RD = 61 kΩ, and gm = 4000 μS.

  • A. –4.36
  • B. –4.25
  • C. –6.35
  • D. –20.85

12. Referring to this figure, calculate the amplification gain where the op-amp gain (A) is 200,000, R1 = 1.5 kΩ, and R2 = 400 Ω.

  • A. 4.25
  • B. 4.50
  • C. 4.75
  • D. 5.00

13. Referring to this figure, calculate the voltage gain with feedback Avf.

  • A. –4.85
  • B. –4.20
  • C. –4.17
  • D. –4.00

14. Referring to this figure, calculate the voltage gain without feedback for the following circuit values: RD = 4 kΩ, RS = 1 kΩ, RF = 15 kΩ, and gm = 5000 μS.

  • A. –20.0
  • B. –21.5
  • C. –23.5
  • D. –25.5

15. Referring to this figure, calculate the voltage gain with the feedback for the following circuit values: RD = 4 kΩ, RS = 1 kΩ, RF = 15 kΩ, and gm = 5000 μS.

  • A. –11.2
  • B. –8.57
  • C. –6.75
  • D. –3.25

16. Which of the following is (are) the determining factor(s) of the stability of a feedback amplifier?

  • A. A
  • B. Phase shift between input and output signals
  • C. Both A and the phase shift between input and output signals
  • D. None of the above

17. At what phase shift is the magnitude of βA at its maximum in the Nyquist plot?

  • A. 90º
  • B. 180º
  • C. 270º
  • D. 0º

18. At what phase shift is the magnitude of βA at its minimum in the Nyquist plot?

  • A. 90º
  • B. 180º
  • C. 270º
  • D. 0º

19. The Nyquist plot combines the two Bode plots of gain versus frequency and phase shift versus frequency on a single plot.

  • A. True
  • B. False

20. The amplifier is unstable if the Nyquist curve plotted encloses (encircles) the –1 point, and it is stable otherwise.

  • A. True
  • B. False

21. Which of the following is required for oscillation?

  • A. βA > 1
  • B. The phase shift around the feedback network must be 180º.
  • C. Both βA > 1 and the phase shift around the feedback network must be 180º.
  • D. None of the above

22. An input signal is needed for an oscillator to start.

  • A. True
  • B. False

23. Only the condition βA = _____ must be satisfied for self-sustained oscillations to result.

  • A. 0
  • B. –1
  • C. 1
  • D. None of the above

24. Given gm = 5000 µS, rd = 40 kΩ, R = 10 kΩ, and A = 35. Determine the value of RD for oscillator operation at 1 kHz.

  • A. 8.05 kΩ
  • B. 8.48 kΩ
  • C. 10.8 kΩ
  • D. 12.3 kΩ

25. In the IC phase-shift oscillator, what should the ratio of feedback resistor Rf to R1 be?

  • A. Zero
  • B. Greater than –29
  • C. Less than 29
  • D. Any value

26. This circuit is a _____ oscillator.

  • A. phase-shift
  • B. Wien bridge
  • C. Colpitts
  • D. Hartley

27. For a phase-shift oscillator, the gain of the amplifier stage must be greater than _____.

  • A. 19
  • B. 29
  • C. 30
  • D. 1

28. In the Wien bridge oscillator, which of the following is (are) frequency-determining components?

  • A. R1 and R2
  • B. C1 and C2
  • C. R1, R2, C1, and C2
  • D. None of the above

29. Calculate the resonant frequency of this oscillator.

  • A. 1560.34 Hz
  • B. 3120.70 Hz
  • C. 4681.07 Hz
  • D. 6241.37 Hz

30. Calculate the resonant frequency of this Wien bridge oscillator if R1 = 25 kΩ, R2 = 40 kΩ, C1 = 0.001 µF, and C2 = 0.002 µF.

  • A. 1560.3 Hz
  • B. 1779.4 Hz
  • C. 3120.7 Hz
  • D. 3558.8 Hz

31. Calculate the value of C1 = C2 for the Wien bridge oscillator to operate at a frequency of 20 kHz. Assume R1 = R2 = 50 kΩ and R3 = 3R4 = 600 Ω?

  • A. 1.59 pF
  • B. 15.9 pF
  • C. 159 pF
  • D. 1.59 nF

32. This circuit is a _____ oscillator.

  • A. phase-shift
  • B. Wien bridge
  • C. Colpitts
  • D. Hartley

33. Which of the following oscillators is (are) tuned oscillators?

  • A. Colpitts
  • B. Hartley
  • C. Crystal
  • D. All of the above

34. This circuit is a _____ oscillator.

  • A. phase-shift
  • B. Wien bridge
  • C. Colpitts
  • D. Hartley

35. What is the typical value of quality factor for crystal oscillators?

  • A. 20,000
  • B. 1000
  • C. 100
  • D. 10

FILL-IN-THE-BLANKS

1. Negative feedback results in _____.

  • A. decreased voltage gain
  • B increased voltage gain
  • C. oscillation in the circuit
  • D. None of the above

2. Positive feedback results in _____.

  • A. decreased voltage gain
  • B. increased voltage gain
  • C. oscillation in the circuit
  • D. None of the above

3. Series-feedback connections tend to _____ the input resistance. Shunt feedback connections tend to _____ the input resistance.

  • A. decrease, increase
  • B. increase, decrease
  • C. increase, increase
  • D. decrease, decrease

4. Voltage feedback connections tend to _____ the output impedance. Current feedback connections tend to _____ the output impedance.

  • A. decrease, increase
  • B. increase, decrease
  • C. increase, increase
  • D. decrease, decrease

5. With feedback, β, the overall gain of the circuit is reduced by a factor _____ where A is the gain without the feedback.

  • A. β
  • B. Aβ
  • C. A
  • D. 1 + βA

6. An amplifier with negative feedback has _____ bandwidth than (as) the amplifier without feedback.

  • A. the same
  • B. less
  • C. more
  • D. None of the above

7. A feedback amplifier has a _____ upper 3-dB frequency and a _____ lower 3-dB frequency compared to an amplifier without feedback.

  • A. smaller, higher
  • B. higher, smaller
  • C. smaller, smaller
  • D. higher, higher

8. What is the gain at the origin of the Nyquist plot?

  • A. Zero
  • B. A negative value
  • C. A positive value
  • D. Undefined

9. In a Nyquist plot, as the frequency increases, the phase shift between input and output signals _____.

  • A. remains the same
  • B. decreases
  • C. increases
  • D. None of the above

10. An amplifier is stable if the absolute magnitude of βA is _____.

  • A. ∞
  • B. less than 1
  • C. greater than 1
  • D. None of the above

11. In the Barkhausen criterion, the loop gain A is equal to _____.

  • A. ∞
  • B. 200,000
  • C. 0
  • D. 1

12. In practice, A is made _____ and the system is started oscillating by amplifying noise voltage, which is always present.

  • A. greater than 1
  • B. smaller than 1
  • C. equal to 1
  • D. None of the above

13. In the phase-shift oscillator, the gain of the amplifier stage must be _____.

  • A. 0
  • B. less than 29
  • C. greater than 29
  • D. ∞

14. In the phase-shift oscillator, the operating frequency is determined by _____.

  • A. resistance only
  • B. capacitance only
  • C. LC combinations
  • D. RC combinations

15. In the Wien bridge oscillator with R1 = R2 = R and C1 = C2 = C, a ratio of R3 to R4 will provide sufficient loop gain for the circuit to oscillate.

  • A. 0
  • B. 0.5
  • C. 1
  • D. 2

16. In the Colpitts oscillator, the frequency is determined by _____ .

  • A. resistance only
  • B. inductance only
  • C. capacitance only
  • D. both inductance and a capacitance

17. In the Colpitts oscillator, the elements X1 and X2 are _____ and X3 is a(n) _____.

  • A. inductors, capacitor
  • B. capacitors, inductor
  • C. capacitors, resistor
  • D. inductors, resistor

18. In a Hartley oscillator, the elements X1 and X2 are _____ and X3 is a(n) _____.

  • A. inductors, capacitor
  • B. capacitors, inductor
  • C. capacitors, resistor
  • D. inductors, resistor

19. Crystal oscillators are used whenever a(n) _____ level of stability is required.

  • A. lower
  • B. average
  • C. greater
  • D. None of the above

20. Since the crystal losses represented by R are small, the equivalent crystal Q (quality factor) is _____.

  • A. very low
  • B. low
  • C. medium
  • D. high

21. The series-resonant impedance of a crystal oscillator is _____.

  • A. very low
  • B. low
  • C. medium
  • D. very high

22. The parallel-resonant impedance of a crystal oscillator is _____.

  • A. very low
  • B. low
  • C. medium
  • D. very high

23. At the series-resonant frequency, the amount of positive feedback is _____.

  • A. very large
  • B. large
  • C. small
  • D. very small

24. _____ is a frequency-determining component in a unijunction oscillator.

  • A. Total resistance
  • B. Total capacitance
  • C. Intrinsic stand-off ratio
  • D. All of the above

25. Typically, a unijunction transistor has a stand-off ratio from _____ to _____.

  • A. 0.0, 0.2
  • B. 0.2, 0.4
  • C. 0.4, 0.6
  • D. 0.6, 0.8

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