Electronics - Diodes and Applications

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Exercise :: Diodes and Applications - General Questions

1. 

What is a varistor?

A. a voltage-dependent resistor
B. a voltage-dependent diode
C. a current-dependent resistor
D. a current-dependent diode

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

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2. 

Which type of transformer is required to create a 180 degree input to a rectifier?

A. center-tapped secondary
B. step-down secondary
C. stepped-up secondary
D. split winding primary

Answer: Option A

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3. 

What circuit activity may shift a characteristic curve so that diode operating points are different?

A. higher power (heat)
B. higher resistance
C. lower voltage
D. lower current

Answer: Option A

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4. 

What is wrong with this diode?

A. open
B. short
C. nothing
D. not enough data

Answer: Option C

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5. 

The dc current through each diode in a bridge rectifier equals:

A. the load current
B. half the dc load current
C. twice the dc load current
D. one-fourth the dc load current

Answer: Option A

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