# Electronics - Transistors and Applications

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### Exercise :: Transistors and Applications - General Questions

1.

The primary function of the bias circuit is to

 A. hold the circuit stable at VCC B. hold the circuit stable at vin C. ensure proper gain is achieved D. hold the circuit stable at the designed Q-point

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2.

A JFET

 A. is a current-controlled device B. has a low input resistance C. is a voltage-controlled device D. is always forward-biased

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3.

A source follower has a voltage gain (Av) of

 A. AV = gmRd B. AV = gmRS C. D.

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4.

The capacitor that produces an ac ground is called a(n)

 A. coupling capacitor B. dc open C. bypass capacitor D. ac open

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5.

The formula used to calculate the approximate ac resistance of the base-emitter diode (re) is

 A. B. re 25 mV × IC C. D.