Practice Quiz in Bipolar Junction Transistors Part 1

Online Practice Quiz in Bipolar Junction Transistors part 1 from the book Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory 10th Edition by Robert L. Boylestad.

Practice Quiz in Bipolar Junction Transistors
This is the Online Practice Quiz in Bipolar Junction Transistors Part 1 from the book, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory 10th Edition by Robert L. Boylestad. 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.

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Quiz in Bipolar Junction Transistors

Question 1. What does a reading of a large or small resistance in forward- and reverse-biased conditions indicate when checking a transistor using an ohmmeter?

A. Faulty device

B. Good device

C. Bad ohmmeter

D. None of these


Question 2. For what kind of amplifications can the active region of the common-emitter configuration be used?

A. Voltage

B. Current

C. Power

D. All of these


Question 3. How much is the base-to-emitter voltage of a transistor in the "on" state?

A. 0 V

B. 0.7 V

C. 0.7 mV

D. Undefined


Question 4. An example of a pnp silicon transistor is a 2N4123.

A. True

B. False


Question 5. What is (are) the component(s) of electrical characteristics on the specification sheets?

A. On

B. Off

C. Small-signal characteristics

D. All of these


Question 6. List the types of bipolar junction transistors.

A. ppn, npn

B. pnp, npn

C. npp, ppn

D. nnp, pnp


Question 7. Which of the following configurations can a transistor set up?

A. Common-base

B. Common-emitter

C. Common-collector

D. All of these


Question 8. In what decade was the first transistor created?

A. 1930s

B. 1940s

C. 1950s

D. 1960s


Question 9. Which of the following can be obtained from the last scale factor of a curve tracer?

A. hFE

B. αdc

C. αac

D. βac


Question 10. What range of resistor values would you get when checking a transistor for forward- and reverse-biased conditions by an ohmmeter?

A. 100 Ω to a few kΩ, exceeding 100 kΩ

B. Exceeding 100 kΩ, 100 Ω to a few kΩ

C. Exceeding 100 kΩ, exceeding 100 kΩ

D. 100 Ω to a few kΩ, 100 Ω to a few kΩ

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