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History of Digital Electronics Quiz

MCQ: A significant minority are also now made from gallium arsenide, especially for very

  1. low speed application
  2. high speed applications
  3. high Fan-out applications
  4. low Fan-out applications


Pseudo NMOS Inverter Quiz

MCQ: An enhancement MOSFET is utilized for load element in mid

  1. 1950s
  2. 1960s
  3. 1970s
  4. 1980s


Transistor Structure Quiz

MCQ: BJT three regions are collector, emitter and

  1. gate
  2. drain
  3. source
  4. base


FGMOS Functionality Quiz

MCQ: Electric field present due to large voltage of select line attracts

  1. hot electrons
  2. cold electrons
  3. gained electrons
  4. KE electrons


Encoder Applications Quiz

MCQ: Encoder which can manually scan code tags on baggage that were missed by an automated system is called

  1. PHTML encoder
  2. multiplexer
  3. manual encoder
  4. data selecter