ICAR NET (UG/PG): Electronics MCQs (Practice_Test 13 of 13)

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1. Thermal runaway is not possible in FET because as the temperature of FET increases
1. The mobility decreases
2. The transconductance increases
3. The drain current increases
4. None of the above

2. The ripple frequency from a full wave rectifier is
1. twice that from a half wave circuit
2. the same as that from a half wave circuit
3. half that from a half wave circuit
4. that from a half wave circuit

3. In a full-wave rectifier using two ideal diodes, Vdc & Vm are the dc & peak values of the voltage respectively across a resistive load. If PIV is the peak inverse voltage of the diode, then the appropriate relationships for the rectifier is
1. Vdc = Vm/π PIV = 2Vm
2. Vdc = 2Vm/π PIV = 2Vm
3. Vdc = 2Vm/π PIV = Vm
4. Vdc = Vm/π PIV = Vm

4. The output of a rectifier circuit without filter is
1. 50 Hz AC
2. smooth DC
3. pulsating DC
4. 60 hz AC

5. An advantage of full wave bridge rectification is
1. it uses the whole transformer secondary for the entire ac input cycle
2. it costs less than other rectifier types
3. it cuts off half of the ac wave cycle
4. it never needs a filter

6. The best rectifier circuit for the power supply designed to provide high power at low voltage is
1. half wave arrangement
2. full wave, center tap arrangement
3. quarter wave arrangement
4. voltage doubler arrangement

7. If a half wave rectifier is used with 165Vpk AC input, the effective dc output voltage is
1. considerably less than 165V
2. slightly less than 165V
3. exactly 165V
4. slightly more than 165V

8. If a full wave bridge circuit is used with a transformer whose secondary provides 50Vrms, the peak voltage that occurs across the diodes in the reverse direction is approximately
1. 50 Vpk
2. 70 Vpk
3. 100 Vpk
4. 140 Vpk

9. The main disadvantage of voltage doubler power supply circuit is
1. Excessive current
2. Excessive voltage
3. Insufficient rectification
4. Poor regulation under heavy loads