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– 1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers in Electrical Engineering with explanations.
– Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic in Electrical Engineering Subject.
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Here’s list of Questions & Answers on Electrical Engineering Subject covering 100+ topics:
1. Signals and Amplifiers and Operational Amplifiers
The section contains questions and answers on basics of signals, amplifiers, inverting and non-inverting configuration, differentiators and differential amplifiers, operational amplifiers, their large signal operations and DC imperfections, frequency response and circuit models for amplifiers, differentiators and integrators, circuit performance and the effect of bandwidth and finite open loop gain on them.
The section contains questions and answers on basics of diode, types of diodes which includes zener diode and others, limiting and clamping circuits, rectifiers and characteristics of junction diode and diode forward characteristic modelling.
The Ideal Diode
Modelling the Diode Forward Characteristic
Limiting and Clamping Circuits and Some Special Types of diodes
3. MOS Field Effect Transistors (MOSFETs)
The section contains questions and answers on basics of MOSFET, device structure, physical and small signal operation of MOSFET, basics of MOSFET configurations and circuit biasing, body effect and discrete MOSFET circuits.
4. Bipolar Junction Triodes (BJTs)
The section contains questions and answers on basics of BJT, device structures and physical operations, circuits, current-voltage properties, amplifier design, signal operations and circuit configuration and biasing.
BJTs Device Strucutres and Physical Operations
BJTs Current-Voltage Characteristics
BJT Circuits at DC
BJT in Amplifier Design
Small Signal Operations and Model
Basic BJT Amplifier Configuration
Biasing in BJT Amplifier Circuits
5. Basic Concepts
The section contains questions and answers on basics of electrical engineering, methods, state analysis of sinusoids, frequency responses, time signals, network theorems, analysis of circuits, modulation and transmission and coupled circuits.
6. Frequency Response
The section contains questions and answers on low and high frequency responses on cs and ce amplifiers, high frequency models of bjt and mosfet, millers theorem, high frequency response of source and emitter followers, differential amplifiers, mos and bipolar cascode amplifiers, cd-cs, cc-ce, cd-ce, cc-cb and cd-cg configurations, pole splitting, frequency and miller compensation.
Low-Frequency Response of the CS Amplifiers
Low-Frequency Response of the CE Amplifiers
High-Frequency Model of the BJT
High-Frequency Model of the MOSFET
High-Frequency Response of the CS Amplifiers
High-Frequency Response of the CE Amplifiers
The High Frequency Gain Function
Determining the 3-dB Frequency fH 9
Approximate Determination of fH
High-Frequency Response of the CG
High-Frequency Response of the MOS Cascode Amplifier
High-Frequency Response of the Bipolar Cascode Amplifier
High Frequency Response of the Source Followers
High-Frequency Response of the Emitter Followers
High Frequency Response of the Differential Amplifiers
The CD-CS, CC-CE and CD-CE Configurations
The CC-CB and CD-CG Configurations
High Frequency Response of Multistage Amplfiers
Miller Compensation and Pole Splitting
7. Differential and Multistage Amplifiers
The section contains questions and answers on input bias, voltage, current, multistage and differential amplifiers, feedback structure and negative feedback properties, transconductance and transresistance amplifiers, a, b and ab output stages, feedback effects, power bjts, heat sinks and variations in ab classification.
Input Bias and Offset Currents of the Bipolar Differential Amplifier
Differential Amplifier with Active Load
The General Feedback Structure
Properties of Negative Feedback
Feedback Voltage Amplifier (Series-Shunt)
Determining the Loop Gain
The Transfer Function of the Feedback Amplifier
Effect of Feedback on the Amplifier Poles (The Nyquist Plot)
Effect of Feedback on the Amplifier Poles
Stability Study using Bode Plots
Classification of Output Stages
Class A output Stage
Class B Output Stage
Calss AB Output Stage
Biasing the Class AB Circuit
Transistor case and Heat Sinks
Variations on Class AB Configuration
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