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Characteristics Curves MCQ Quiz with Answers : Test 4

MCQ 16:

Point in a characteristics curve at which barrier potential is overcome and current increases drastically is termed as

1. knee of characteristics curve
2. base of characteristics curve
3. core of characteristics curve
4. saturation of characteristics curve
MCQ 17:

Component that eliminates the fluctuations in rectified voltage and produces a relatively smooth DC voltage is

1. rectifier
2. modulator
3. filter
4. amplifier
MCQ 18:

PIV rating of bridge rectifier is

1. greater than center tapped configuration
2. less than center tapped configuration
3. equals center tapped configuration
4. infinite in nature
MCQ 19:

Holes in n-type materials are called

1. majority carriers
2. minority carriers
3. medium carriers
4. zero carriers
MCQ 20:

Peak inverse voltage is equals to peak value of

1. input voltage
2. output voltage
3. cathode voltage
4. floating voltage