Electronics - Testing and Troubleshooting

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Exercise :: Testing and Troubleshooting - General Questions

1. 

A series of gradually decreasing sine wave oscillations is called:

A. ringing
B. slew
C. overshooting
D. undershooting

Answer: Option A

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2. 

The determination of a digital signal's frequency and waveshape is best accomplished with which test equipment?

A. an oscilloscope
B. a multimeter
C. a spectrum analyzer
D. a frequency generator

Answer: Option A

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3. 

A logic probe is placed on the output of a gate and the display indicator is dim. A logic pulser is used on each of the input terminals, but the output indication does not change. What is wrong?

A. The dim indication on the logic probe indicates that the supply voltage is probably low.
B. The output of the gate appears to be open.
C. The LOW indication is the result of a bad ground connection on the logic probe.
D. The gate is a tri-state device.

Answer: Option B

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4. 

A +5 V PCB power source that has been "pulled down" to a +3.4 V level may be due to:

A. a circuit open
B. a faulty regulator
C. the half-split method
D. a circuit short

Answer: Option D

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5. 

Measurement of pulse width should be taken at a 50% mean of the:

A. overshoot and undershoot
B. rise and fall
C. damping and ringing
D. leading and trailing amplitude

Answer: Option B

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