Instrumentation Transducers Questions and Answers – Feedback Transducer System

This set of Instrumentation Transducers Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Feedback Transducer System”.

1. Difference between input signal and feedback signal is known as ____________
a) Feedback factor
b) Error signal
c) Output signal
d) Input signal
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Answer: b
Explanation: Error signal is the difference between the input signal and feedback signal. For a negative feedback loop error signal is given by:
e(t)=xi(t) – xf(t).

2. Error signal in positive feedback system will be ____________ input signal.
a) Greater than
b) Lower than
c) Equal to
d) Negative of
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Answer: a
Explanation: In positive feedback, signal is added with input signal and obtained error signal.

3. Which of the following represents complete expression for a closed loop system?
a) Aβ
b) A/ Aβ
c) A/ (1+Aβ)
d) 1/ (1+Aβ)
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Answer: c
Explanation: A/(1+Aβ) represents closed loop gain for negative feedback system, for positive feedback system closed loop gain will be A/(1+Aβ).

4. Which of the following change has been happened to output impedance in the negative feedback system?
a) Increases
b) Decreases
c) No change
d) Negative
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Answer: b
Explanation: Output impedance with feedback in a negative feedback system is given by:
Rof = Ro/(1+Aβ).

5. Voltage gain improves on the application of negative feedback.
a) True
b) False
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Answer: b
Explanation: Voltage gain with feedback network is given by Af = A/(1+Aβ), In which gain decreased by a factor 1+Aβ.
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6. Input impedance can be _______________ on application of negative feedback.
a) Increased
b) Decreased
c) Halved
d) Maintained constant
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Answer: a
Explanation: Expression for input impedance on negative feedback is given by Rif=Ro(1+Aβ), in which it is increased by a factor (1+Aβ).

7. For a negative feedback system, A=3 and β=2 and output impedance without feedback are 100Ω. What will be its total output impedance?
a) 14.3 Ω
b) 700 Ω
c) 33.33 Ω
d) 50 Ω
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Answer: a
Explanation: Output impedance with feedback in a negative feedback system is

8. Input impedance of a system is 50 Ω, for the system to be negative feedback, which of the following can be its input impedance without feedback?
a) 50 Ω
b) 60 Ω
c) 40 Ω
d) 100 Ω
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Answer: c
Explanation: For a negative feedback system input impedance increases after feed backing.

9. In a feedback gain equation, what does the term β stands for?
a) Feedback gain
b) Forward gain
c) Open loop gain
d) Closed loop gain
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Answer: a
Explanation: The term β stands for feedback gain and it is the gain of feedback system only.

10. In which of the following conditions, feedback gain (Af) become independent of forward gain (A)?
a) Aβ<<1
b) Aβ=1
c) Aβ>>1
d) Aβ=0
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Answer: c
Explanation: Expression for feedback gain in a negative feedback loop is given by;
Af= A/ (1+Aβ)
In which, when Aβ>>1, Af becomes reciprocal of loop gain β.

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