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MCQ: LASCR stands for

  1. Light Activated System Controlled Rectifier
  2. Light Activated Silicon Controlled Rectifier
  3. Light Activated System Common Rectifier
  4. Light Advanced System Controlled Rectifier


MCQ: A four layer semiconductor device that conducts current in one direction when activated by a sufficient amount of light and continues to conduct until current falls below a specified value is called

  1. LASER
  2. LASCR
  3. Photodiode
  4. LED


MCQ: Which of the following is major type of FET?

  1. BJT
  2. JFET
  3. GFET
  4. GaAs


MCQ: A signal that operates an amplifier over a significant portion of load line is called

  1. small signal
  2. zero signal
  3. alternating signal
  4. large signal


MCQ: LASER stands for

  1. Light Amplification By Simulated Emission Of Radiation
  2. Light Amplification By System Emission Of Radiation
  3. Light Amplification By Simulated Enduced Of Radiation
  4. Light Attenuation By Simulated Emission Of Radiation