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- Feedback Amplifiers MCQs.
- Negative Feedback in Amplifiers MCQs.

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#### 1. Open-loop gain of an amplifier is given by:

- A
- Aβ
- β
- None of the above

#### 2. Loop gain is given by:

- A
- Aβ
- β
- None of the above

#### 3. In a feedback amplifier, sensitivity D is equal to:

- Aβ
- 1 – Aβ
- 1 + Aβ
- 1/(Aβ + 1)

#### 4. In a negative feedback amplifier, voltage sampling:

- Tends to decrease the output resistance
- Tends to increase to output resistance
- Does not alter the output resistance
- Produces the same effect on output resistance as current sampling

#### 5. In a negative feedback amplifier, current sampling:

- Tends to increase the output resistance
- Tends to decrease the output resistance
- Does not alter the output resistance
- Produces the same effect on input resistance as voltage sampling

#### 6. In a negative feedback amplifier, series mixing:

- Tends to increase the input resistance
- Tends to decrease the input resistance
- Does not alter the input resistance
- Produces the same effect on input resistance as shunt mixing

#### 7. In a negative feedback amplifier, shunt mixing:

- Tends to increase the input resistance
- Tends to decrease the input resistance
- Does not alter the input resistance
- Produces the same effect on input resistance as the series mixing

#### 8. Negative feed back in an amplifier improves:

- The signal to noise ratio at the output
- Reduces distortion
- Both (a) and (b)
- None of the above

#### 9. For a shunt-shunt negative feedback amplifier

- Input impedance decreases but output impedance increases
- Both input impedance and output impedance increases
- Both input impedance and output impedance decreases
- None of the above

#### 10. An amplifier with the negative feedback:

- Controls the gain
- Reduces the noise
- Reduces phase distortion
- All of the above

#### 11. An amplifier with resistive negative feedback has two left half plane poles in its open-loop transfer junction. The amplifier will be:

- Stable for all frequencies
- Unstable for all frequency
- Stable for a particular frequencies
- Unstable for a particular frequencies

#### 12. Barkhusen criteria is:

- Positive feedback, Aβ = 1, θ = 0 or multiple 360
- Negative feedback, Aβ = 1, θ = 0 or multiple 360
- Positive feedback, Aβ = 0, θ = 0 or multiple 360
- Negative feedback, Aβ = 1, θ = 180

#### 13. The negative feedback in an amplifier

- Increase the voltage gain
- Decrease the voltage gain
- Stabilize the voltage gain
- B and C both are correct

#### 14. One of the effects of negative feedback in amplifier is to

- Increase the noise
- Decrease the harmonic distortion
- Increase the voltage gain
- Decrease the bandwidth

#### 15. An emitter follower circuit is widely used in electric instruments because

- Its voltage gain is very high
- Its voltage gain is less than 1
- Input impedance is high and output impedance is low
- It employees no bypass capacitor

#### 16. Negative feedback in amplifier

- Increase the gain stability
- Decrease distortion and noise level
- Increase input impedance and decreases output impedance
- All of these

#### 17. The input impedance of an amplifier can be increased from 2 kilo ohm 250 Kohm by introducing

- Shunt current negative feedback
- Shunt voltage negative feedback
- Series current negative feedback
- None of these

#### 18. The what is gain of an amplifier is 100, when negative feedback with m=0.04 is introduced, it's been will be

- 20
- 25
- 4
- 0.4

#### 19. With negative feedback, the returning signal

- Aids the input signal
- Opposes the input signal
- Is proportional to output current
- Is proportional to differential voltage gain

#### 20. How many types of negative feedback are there?

- One
- Two
- Three
- Four

#### 21. A VCVS amplifier approximates an ideal

- Voltage amplifier
- Current-to-voltage converter
- Current-to-voltage converter
- Current amplifier

#### 22. The voltage between the input terminals of an ideal op amp is

- Zero
- Very small
- Very large
- Equal to the input voltage

#### 23. When an op amp is not saturated, the voltages at the non-inverting and inverting inputs are

- Almost equal
- Much different
- Equal to the output voltage
- Equal to +15 V

#### 24. The feedback fraction B

- Is always less than 1
- Is usually greater than 1
- May equal 1
- May not equal 1

#### 25. An ICVS amplifier has no output voltage. A possible trouble is

- No negative supply voltage
- Shorted feedback resistor
- No feedback voltage
- Open load resistor

#### 26. In a VCVS amplifier, any decrease in open-loop voltage gain produces an increase in

- Output voltage
- Error voltage
- Feedback voltage
- Input voltage

#### 27. The open-loop voltage gain equals the

- Gain with negative feedback
- Differential voltage gain of the op amp
- Gain when B is 1
- Gain at funity

#### 28. The loop gain AOLB

- Is usually much smaller than 1
- Is usually much greater than 1
- May not equal 1
- Is between 0 and 1

#### 29. The closed-loop input impedance with an ICVS amplifier is

- Usually larger than the open-loop input impedance
- Equal to the open-loop input impedance
- Sometimes less than the open-loop impedance
- Ideally zero

#### 30. With an ICVS amplifier, the circuit approximates an ideal

- Voltage amplifier
- Current-to-voltage converter
- Voltage-to-current converter
- Current amplifier

#### 31. Negative feedback reduces the

- Feedback fraction
- Distortion
- Input offset voltage
- Loop gain

#### 32. A voltage follower has a voltage gain of

- Much less than 1
- 1
- More than 1
- A

#### 33. The voltage between the input terminals of a real op amp is

- Zero
- Very small
- Very large
- Equal to the input voltage

#### 34. The transresistance of an amplifier is the ratio of its

- Output current to input voltage
- Input voltage to output current
- Output voltage to input voltage
- Output voltage to input current

#### 35. Current cannot flow to ground through

- A mechanical ground
- An ac ground
- A virtual ground
- An ordinary ground

#### 36. In a current-to-voltage converter, the input current flows

- Through the input impedance of the op amp
- Through the feedback resistor
- To ground
- Through the load resistor

#### 37. The input impedance of a current-to-voltage converter is

- Small
- Large
- Ideally zero
- Ideally infinite

#### 38. The open-loop bandwidth equals

- funity
- f2(OL)
- funity/ACL
- fmax

#### 39. The closed-loop bandwidth equals

- funity
- f2(OL)
- funity/ACL
- fmax

#### 40. For a given op amp, which of these is constant?

- f2(CL)
- Feedback voltage
- ACL
- ACLf2(CL)

#### 41. Negative feedback does not improve

- Stability of voltage gain
- Nonlinear distortion in later stages
- Output offset voltage
- Power bandwidth

#### 42. An ICVS amplifier is saturated. A possible trouble is

- No supply voltages
- Open feedback resistor
- No input voltage
- Open load resistor

#### 43. A VCVS amplifier has no output voltage. A possible trouble is

- Shorted load resistor
- Open feedback resistor
- Excessive input voltage
- Open load resistor

#### 44. An ICIS amplifier is saturated. A possible trouble is

- Shorted load resistor
- R2 is open
- No input voltage
- Open load resistor

#### 45. An ICVS amplifier has no output voltage. A possible trouble is

- No positive supply voltage
- Open feedback resistor
- No feedback voltage
- Shorted load resistor

#### 46. The closed-loop input impedance in a VCVS amplifier is

- Usually larger than the open-loop input impedance
- Equal to the open-loop input impedance
- Sometimes less than the open-loop input impedance
- Ideally zero