MCQs in Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuits

MCQs in Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuits from the book Electronic Devices - Electron Flow Version and Conventional Current Version 8th Edition by Thomas L. Floyd.

MCQs for Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuits

This is the Multiple Choice Questions in Special-Purpose Op-Amp 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.

Practice Exam Test Questions

Choose the letter of the best answer in each questions.

1. A log amplifier may use the __________ junction of a BJT in the feedback loop.

  • A. base-collector
  • B. base-emitter
  • C. emitter-collector
  • D. emitter-ground

2. An antilog amplifier has a _________ in series with the input.

  • A. BJT
  • B. diode
  • C. diode or BJT
  • D. resistor

3. Instrumentation amplifiers are normally used to measure

  • A. small differential signal voltages.
  • B. signals superimposed on a common-mode voltage often much larger than the signal voltage.
  • C. both of the above
  • D. none of the above

4. The main difference between the isolation amplifier and an instrumentation amplifier is

  • A. an instrumentation amplifier has an input stage.
  • B. an instrumentation amplifier has an output stage.
  • C. an instrumentation amplifier has a differential stage.
  • D. the input, output, and power supply stages of an isolation amplifier are all electrically isolated from each other.

5. An OTA has

  • A. a bias-current input terminal.
  • B. high output impedance.
  • C. no fixed open-loop voltage gain.
  • D. all of the above

6. Transconductance is the ratio of the output

  • A. current to the input voltage.
  • B. current to the input current.
  • C. voltage to the input voltage.
  • D. voltage to the input current.

7. The log of a number is the

  • A. base to which the power must be raised to get that number.
  • B. power to which the base must be raised to get that number.
  • C. base of that number.
  • D. power of that number.

8. What part of the characteristic curve of a diode is useful for log amplifiers?

  • A. the log region above 0.7 V
  • B. the log region below 0.7 V
  • C. the log region between 0 V and 0.7 V
  • D. the log region below the zener voltage

9. In logarithmic signal compression,

  • A. large and small voltages are compressed equally.
  • B. large voltages are compressed more than small voltages.
  • C. large voltages are compressed less than smaller voltages.
  • D. none of the above

10. A constant-current source delivers a load current that

  • A. remains constant when the load resistance changes.
  • B. varies with load resistance.
  • C. varies inversely with load resistance.
  • D. varies inversely with input voltage.

11. A current-to-voltage converter produces a

  • A constant output voltage for a variable input current.
  • B. variable output voltage for a constant input current.
  • C. proportional output voltage for a variable input current.
  • D. proportional output current for a variable input voltage.

12. Refer to Figure 14-1(a). This circuit is a setup for

Figure 14-1

  • A. an antilog amplifier.
  • B. a constant-current source.
  • C. an instrumentation amplifier.
  • D. an isolation amplifier.

13. Refer to Figure 14-1(b). This circuit is a setup for

  • A. an antilog amplifier.
  • B. a constant-current source.
  • C. an instrumentation amplifier.
  • D. an isolation amplifier.

14. Refer to Figure 14-1(c). This circuit is a setup for

  • A. an antilog amplifier.
  • B. a constant-current source.
  • C. an instrumentation amplifier.
  • D. an isolation amplifier.

15. Refer to Figure 14-1(d). This circuit is a setup for

  • A. an antilog amplifier.
  • B. a constant-current source.
  • C. an instrumentation amplifier.
  • D. an isolation amplifier.

16. The OTA has a _____ input impedance and a _____ CMRR.

  • A. high, low
  • B. low, high
  • C. high, high
  • D. low, low

17. Refer to Figure 14-2. Which circuit is known as a voltage-to-current converter?

Figure 14-2

  • A. a
  • B. b
  • C. c
  • D. d

18. Refer to Figure 14-2. Which circuit is known as a current-to-voltage converter?

  • A. a
  • B. b
  • C. c
  • D. d

19. Refer to Figure 14-2. Which circuit is known as an OTA?

  • A. a
  • B. b
  • C. c
  • D. d

20. Refer to Figure 14-2. Which circuit is known as a peak detector?

  • A. a
  • B. b
  • C. c
  • D. d

21. A(n) _____ amplifier is a differential voltage-gain device that amplifies the difference between the voltages existing at its two input terminals.

  • A. instrumentation
  • B. isolation
  • C. operational transconductance
  • D. log

22. The main purpose of an instrumentation amplifier is to amplify _____ signals that are riding on _____ common-mode voltages.

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

23. What is a key characteristic of an instrumentation amplifier?

  • A. high CMRR
  • B. high output offset
  • C. high output impedance
  • D. none of the above

24. A basic _____ amplifier is formed by three op-amps and seven resistors.

  • A. instrumentation
  • B. isolation
  • C. log
  • D. antilog

25. The voltage gain of a basic instrumentation amplifier is set by a(n)

  • A. diode.
  • B. capacitor.
  • C. resistor.
  • D. inductor.

26. A(n) _____ amplifier provides "a barrier" between the input and output for the protection of human life or sensitive equipment.

  • A. instrumentation
  • B. isolation
  • C. operational transconductance
  • D. voltage-to-current

27. What is (are) the principal area(s) of application for isolation amplifiers?

  • A. medical
  • B. power plant
  • C. automation
  • D. all of the above

28. The operational transconductance amplifier (OTA) is primarily a _____ -to- _____ amplifier.

  • A. current, voltage
  • B. voltage, current
  • C. current, resistance
  • D. resistance, current

29. A log amplifier has _____ in the feedback loop.

  • A. a diode
  • B. a BJT
  • C. a resistor
  • D. either a diode or a BJT

30. The process known as signal compression is used with a(n) ____ amplifier.

  • A. log
  • B. antilog
  • C. instrumentation
  • D. isolation

TRUE/FALSE

1. One of the key characteristics of an instrumentation amplifier is high input impedance.

  • A. True
  • B. False

2. To construct an instrumentation amplifier, two op-amps and seven resistors are needed.

  • A. True
  • B. False

3. An isolation amplifier provides ac isolation between input and output.

  • A. True
  • B. False

4. One of the principal areas of application for an isolation amplifier is power plant instrumentation.

  • A. True
  • B. False

5. The main purpose of an instrumentation amplifier is to amplify small signals riding on large common-mode voltages.

  • A. True
  • B. False

6. Instrumentation amplifiers are commonly used in environments with high common-mode noise.

  • A. True
  • B. False

7. In an isolation amplifier, the third op-amp is used as a unity-gain differential amplifier.

  • A. True
  • B. False

8. An OTA is primarily a current-to-voltage amplifier.

  • A. True
  • B. False

9. OTA stands for operational transistor amplifier.

  • A. True
  • B. False

10. A constant-current source delivers a load current that remains constant only when the load resistance remains constant.

  • A. True
  • B. False

Check your work.

Complete List of Chapter MCQs in Floyd's Electronic Devices


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