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Knee voltage D. Breakdown voltage Answer: The potential barrier of a silicon diode is A.
Equal B. Higher C. Lower D. Depends on temperature Answer: A Diode is a A. Bilateral Device B. Nonlinear Device C. Linear Device D. Unipolar Device Answer: The diode current is large for which condition A. Forward Bias B. Inverse Bias C. Poor Bias D. Reverse Bias Answer: The output voltage signal of a bridge rectifier is A.
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Low voltage and low current B. Low voltage and high current C.
High voltage and low current D. High voltage and high current Answer: What is a Clipper?
What is a Clamper? A circuit that adds a DC voltage positive or negative to a wave.
Zener diode can be described as A. A rectifier diode. A device with constant — voltage. A device with constant — current. A device that works in the forward region. If the Zener Diode is connected in wrong polarity, the voltage across the load is A. One B.
Two C. Three D. Four Answer: Lightly Doped B. Moderately Doped C. Heavily Doped D. Not Doped Answer: Forward Biased C. Reverse Biased D. Operates in breakdown region Answer: The size comparison between Base, Emitter and Collector is A. All are equal Answer: Reverse Biased B. Breakdown Region D. No Conduction Answer: Holes and Electrons B.
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