MCQs in The Operational Amplifier

MCQs in The Operational Amplifier from the book Electronic Devices - Electron Flow Version and Conventional Current Version 8th Edition by Thomas L. Floyd.

MCQs for The Operational Amplifier

This is the Multiple Choice Questions in The Operational Amplifier 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. Refer to Figure 12-1(a). This amplifier is known as

Figure 12-1

  • A. an inverting amplifier.
  • B. a non-inverting amplifier.
  • C. a voltage-follower.
  • D. a common-source amplifier.

2. Refer to Figure 12-1(b). This amplifier is known as

  • A. an inverting amplifier.
  • B. a non-inverting amplifier.
  • C. a voltage-follower.
  • D. a common-source amplifier.

3. Refer to Figure 12-1(c). This amplifier is known as

  • A. an inverting amplifier.
  • B. a non-inverting amplifier.
  • C. a voltage-follower.
  • D. a common-source amplifier.

4. Refer to Figure 12-1(a). A dc voltage of –1.2 V is applied. VCC = ±12 V. What is the output voltage?

  • A. 1.2 V
  • B. –1.2 V
  • C. 0 V
  • D. 12 V

5. Refer to Figure 12-1(b). The voltage gain of this amplifier is

  • A. 100.
  • B. 5.
  • C. 20.
  • D. 21.

6. Refer to Figure 12-1(c). If an input signal of –0.5 V were applied, determine the output voltage.

  • A. –5 V
  • B. 5 V
  • C. 10 V
  • D. –10 V

7. Refer to Figure 12-1(c). The input impedance of this circuit is

  • A. 500 kΩ.
  • B. 10 kΩ.
  • C. 50 kΩ.
  • D. 5 kΩ.

8. Refer to Figure 12-1(c). You need an amplifier with an input impedance of 12 kΩ. You must not change the amplifier voltage gain. The new value of Ri would be _____ and the new value of Rf would be _____.

  • A. 10 kΩ, 100 kΩ
  • B. 13.3 kΩ, 120 kΩ
  • C. 12 kΩ, 108 kΩ
  • D. 12 kΩ, 120 kΩ

9. Refer to Figure 12-1(b). A dc input signal of –50 mV is applied. You would measure _____ from the inverting input to ground.

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  • A. 50 mV
  • B. 1.05 V
  • C. –1.05 V
  • D. –50 mV

10. It takes an op-amp 22 µs to change its output from –15 V to +15 V. Determine the slew rate.

  • A. 1.36 V/µs
  • B. 0.68 V/µs
  • C. –0.68 V/µs
  • D. cannot determine

11. Refer to Figure 12-2. The purpose of R1 and R2 is

Figure 12-2

  • A. for bias current compensation.
  • B. for input offset voltage compensation.
  • C. to set input impedance.
  • D. to set input impedance and voltage gain.

12. Refer to Figure 12-2. The purpose of R4 is

  • A. for bias current compensation.
  • B. for input offset voltage compensation.
  • C. to set input impedance.
  • D. to set input impedance and voltage gain.

13. Refer to Figure 12-2. The purpose of R3 is

  • A. for bias current compensation.
  • B. for input offset voltage compensation.
  • C. to set input impedance.
  • D. to set input impedance and voltage gain.

14. Refer to Figure 12-2. If the value of R1 decreases, the voltage gain will _____ and the input impedance will _____.

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

15. A voltage-follower amplifier comes to you for service. You find the voltage gain to be 5.5 and the input impedance 22 kΩ. The probable fault in this amplifier, if any, is

  • A. the gain is too low for this type of amplifier.
  • B. the input impedance is too high for this amplifier.
  • C. nothing is wrong. The trouble must be somewhere else.
  • D. none of these.

16. An op-amp has an open-loop gain of 100,000 and a cutoff frequency of 40 Hz. Find the open-loop gain at a frequency of 30 Hz.

  • A. 800
  • B. 8,000
  • C. 80,000
  • D. 100,000

17. An op-amp has an open-loop gain of 75,000 and a cutoff frequency of 100 Hz. At 1 kHz the open-loop gain is down by

  • A. 10 dB.
  • B. 6 dB.
  • C. 20 dB.
  • D. 3 dB.

18. An RC network has R = 47 kΩ and C = 0.22 µF. What is the cutoff frequency?

  • A. 154 Hz
  • B. 1540 Hz
  • C. 1.54 Hz
  • D. 15.4 Hz

19. An RC network has R = 500 kΩ and C = 10 pF. Find the value of fc.

  • A. 31831 Hz
  • B. 31.831 kHz
  • C. 0.031831 MHz
  • D. all of the above

20. A certain op-amp has an open-loop voltage gain of 150,000. What is this gain expressed in dB?

  • A. 51.7 dB
  • B. 103.5 dB
  • C. 150,000 dB
  • D. 5.18 dB

21. The midrange open-loop gain of an op-amp is 135 dB. With negative feedback this gain is reduced to 72 dB. The closed-loop gain is

  • A. 135 dB.
  • B. 72 dB.
  • C. 207 dB.
  • D. 63 dB.

22. Refer to Figure 12-3(a). Find the midrange gain of this amplifier.

Figure 12-3

  • A. 26.7
  • B. –26.7
  • C. 27.7
  • D. –27.7

23. Refer to Figure 12-3(b). Find the midrange gain of this op-amp amplifier.

  • A. 10
  • B. 11
  • C. –10
  • D. –11

24. Refer to Figure 12-3(c). The midrange voltage gain of this amplifier is

  • A. 0.5.
  • B. 27.7.
  • C. –11.
  • D. 1.

25. Refer to Figure 12-3(a). The op-amp has a unity-gain bandwidth of 3 MHz. Determine the BW of the circuit.

  • A. 3 MHz
  • B. 30 kHz
  • C. 112.4 kHz
  • D. infinite in width

26. Refer to Figure 12-3(b). The op-amp has a unity-gain bandwidth of 1.7 MHz. Find the bandwidth of the circuit.

  • A. 155 MHz
  • B. 155 kHz
  • C. 155 Hz
  • D. 15.5 Hz

27. Refer to Figure 12-3(c). The unity-gain bandwidth of this op-amp is 10.4 kHz. What is the bandwidth of the circuit?

  • A. 10.4 kHz
  • B. 15.5 kHz
  • C. 3 MHz
  • D. 16.7 kHz

28. Refer to Figure 12-4(a). Determine the bandwidth.

Figure 12-4

  • A. 1 MHz
  • B. 1.5 MHz
  • C. 1 kHz
  • D. 1.5 kHz

29. Refer to Figure 12-4(b). Calculate the bandwidth.

  • A. 8.33 MHz
  • B. 833 kHz
  • C. 83.3 kHz
  • D. 8.33 kHz

30. Negative feedback added to an op-amp _____ the bandwidth and _____ the gain.

  • A. increases, increases
  • B. increases, decreases
  • C. decreases, decreases
  • D. decreases, increases

31. A practical op-amp has very _____ input impedance, very _____ output impedance, very _____ open-loop voltage gain, and a _____ bandwidth.

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

32. The input offset voltage drift is a parameter directly related to VOS and _____.

  • A. ID
  • B. power dissipation
  • C. temperature
  • D. phase shift

33. The maximum rate of change of the output voltage in response to a step input voltage is the _____ of an op-amp.

  • A. time constant
  • B. maximum frequency
  • C. slew rate
  • D. static discharge

34. A(n) _____ amplifier configuration has a higher input impedance and a lower output impedance than the op-amp itself.

  • A. non-inverting
  • B. inverting
  • C. voltage-follower
  • D. none of the above

35. A(n) _____ amplifier configuration has an input impedance approximately equal to the input resistor Ri and an output impedance approximately equal to the output impedance of the op-amp itself.

  • A. non-inverting
  • B. inverting
  • C. voltage-follower
  • D. none of the above

36. The _____ amplifier configuration has the highest input impedance and the lowest output impedance of the three basic op-amp configurations.

  • A. non-inverting
  • B. inverting
  • C. voltage-follower
  • D. none of the above

37. Open-loop voltage gain of an op-amp can range up to _____.

  • A. 10,000
  • B. 50,000
  • C. 100,000
  • D. 200,000

38. The ______ is the voltage gain of an op-amp with external feedback.

  • A. Aol
  • B. Acl
  • C. Av
  • D. none of the above

39. A three-stage op-amp can have a maximum phase lag of _____°.

  • A. –180
  • B. –90
  • C. –270
  • D. none of the above

TRUE/FALSE

1. A good op-amp has low voltage gain, low output impedance, and high input impedance.

  • A. True
  • B. False

2. The common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) is a measure of an op-amp's ability to reject common-mode input signals.

  • A. True
  • B. False

3. An inverting amplifier has an input impedance equal to the feedback resistor Rf.

  • A. True
  • B. False

4. A non-inverting amplifier has a higher input impedance and a lower output impedance than the op-amp itself (without feedback).

  • A. True
  • B. False

5. All practical op-amps have input bias currents and voltages that produce output error voltages.

  • A. True
  • B. False

6. Open-loop gain of an op-amp is the voltage gain without feedback.

  • A. True
  • B. False

7. Closed-loop gain is the gain with negative feedback.

  • A. True
  • B. False

8. Open-loop gain is always smaller than closed-loop gain.

  • A. True
  • B. False

9. Negative feedback decreases the bandwidth and increases the voltage gain.

  • A. True
  • B. False

10. When the open-loop gain of an op-amp is reduced by negative feedback, the bandwidth is increased.

  • A. True
  • B. False

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