This set of Linear Integrated Circuit Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Multiplier and Divider – 2”.

1. Determine the relationship between log-antilog method.

a) lnV_{x}×lnV_{y} = ln(V_{x}+V_{y})

b) lnV_{x} / lnV_{y} = ln(V_{x}-V_{y})

c) lnV_{x} -lnV_{y} = ln(V_{x}/V_{y})

d) lnV_{x}+ lnV_{y} = ln(V_{x}×V_{y})

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Explanation: The log-anilog method relies on the mathematical relationship that is the sum of the logarithm of the product of those numbers.

=> lnV

_{x}+lnV

_{y}= ln(V

_{x}×V

_{y}).

2. Which circuit allows to double the frequency?

a) Frequency doubler

b) Square doubler

c) Double multiplier

d) All of the mentioned

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Explanation: The multiplication of two sine wave of same frequency with different amplitude and phase allows in doubling a frequency.

3. Compute the output of frequency doubler. If the inputs V_{x} = Vsinωt and V_{y} = Vsin(ωt+θ) are applied to a four quadrant multiplier?

a) V_{o}= { V_{x}×V_{y}× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/ V_{ref}

b) V_{o}= { V_{x}×V_{y}× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/ 2

c) V_{o}= { V_{x}×V_{y}× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/(2×V_{ref})

d) V_{o}= – { V_{x}×V_{y}× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/(2×V_{ref})

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Explanation: The output of frequency doubler, V

_{o}= (V

_{x}×V

_{y})/V

_{ref}= [(Vsinωt +Vsin(ωt+θ)]/ V

_{ref}

= {V

_{x}×V

_{y}×[(sin

^{2}ωt×cosθ)+(sinθ×sinωt×cosωt)]}/ V

_{ref}

=> V

_{o}= { V

_{x}×V

_{y}× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/(2×V

_{ref}).

a) Use a capacitor between load and output terminal

b) Use a resistor between load and output terminal

c) Use a Inductor between load and output terminal

d) Use a potentiometer between load and output terminal

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Explanation: The output of the frequency doubler contains a dc term and wave of double frequency. The dc term can be easily removed by using a 1µF coupling capacitor between load and output terminal of the doubler circuit.

5. Find the voltage range at which the multiplier can be used as a squarer circuit?

a) 0 – V_{in}

b) V_{ref} – V_{in}

c) 0 – V_{ref}

d) All of the mentioned

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Explanation: The basic multiplier can be used to square any positive or negative number provided the number can be represented by a voltage between 0 to V

_{ref}.

6. Calculate the output voltage of a squarer circuit, if it input voltage is 3.5v. Assume V_{ref} = 9.67v.

a) 2.86v

b) 1.27v

c) 10v

d) 4.3v

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Explanation: The output voltage of a squarer circuit, V

_{o}= V

_{i}

^{2}/ V

_{ref}= (3.5)

^{2}/ 9.67v = 1.27v.

7. Which circuit can be used to take square root of a signal?

a) Divider circuit

b) Multiplier circuit

c) Squarer circuit

d) None of the mentioned

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Explanation: A divider circuit can be used to find square roots by connecting both the inputs of the multiplier (in the divider) to the output of an op-amp.

8. Find the output voltage of squarer circuit?

a) V_{o} = √( V_{ref}/|V_{in}|)

b) V_{o} = √( V_{ref}×|V_{in}|)

c) V_{o} = √( V_{ref}^{2}×|V_{in}|)

d) V_{o} = √( V_{ref}×|V_{in}|^{2})

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Explanation: The output of the square root circuit is proportional to the square root of the magnitude of the input voltage.

_{L}flowing in the circuit given below

a) I

_{L}= 1.777mA

b) I

_{L}= 1.048mA

c) I

_{L}= 1.871mA

d) None of the mentioned

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Explanation: Voltage, V

_{L}= V

_{o}

^{2}/ V

_{ref}=13

^{2}/10 = 16.9v.

∴ I

_{L}= V

_{L}/R = 16.9/12kΩ = 1.408mA.

10. A square root circuit build from multiplier is given an input voltage of 11.5v. Find its corresponding output voltage?

a) 11v

b) 15v

c) 13v

d) Cannot be determined

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Explanation: The input voltage must be negative or else the op-amp will saturate and lie between the ranges of -1 to -10v.

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