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1. (TCO 1) The DC or average voltage will do what when adding

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1. (TCO 1) The DC or average voltage will do what when adding an additional capacitor in parallel? (Points : 4) Increase Decrease Remain constant Cannot be determined

2. (TCO 1) As the AC input voltage increases at the transformer primary, the secondary voltage will ______. (Points : 4) decrease increase remain constant The output will go to zero.

3. (TCO 1) As the load resistance increases, ______. (Points : 4) the ripple voltage will increase the DC voltage will increase and the ripple voltage will decrease the DC voltage will increase and the ripple voltage will increase the DC voltage will decrease and the ripple voltage will decrease the capacitor opposes a change in voltage so both the DC and the ripple will decrease

4. (TCO 2) If the coupling capacitor shorts out, ______. (Points : 4) the DC voltages will be changed the AC gain will change the circuit will work better at higher frequencies

5. (TCO 2) If the BJT is saturated, ______. (Points : 4) Vce = 0 Ic = 0 Beta = Ic/Ib Alpha = Ie/Ic

6. (TCO 2) For the waveforms given below, Ch A is on top and Ch B is on bottom. Calculate the gain and phase difference.

(Points : 4) 7m and 180 degrees or out of phase 145 and 0 degrees or in phase 145V and out of phase 120 and out of phase 145 and 180 degrees or out of phase

1. (TCO 1) Find the following for an input of 120 VAC(RMS), 60 hertz, given a 20:1 stepdown transformer. The secondary is less voltage than the primary. Rload is 100 ohms. Round off to the nearest tenths place. 1a: Primary or input peak voltage = 1b: Secondary peak voltage = 1c: Primary peak current = (Points : 8)

2. (TCO 1) For the block diagram below, find the following if Vsecondary = 18Vrms, 60 Hz, Rload = 150 ohms. Round off to the tenths place. The transformer ratio is 6.67:1.

5a: Peak voltage out of the diode bridge = 5b: DC voltage out of the diode bridge with no filter capacitor = 5c: DC load current = (Points : 8)

3. (TCO 2) Given the resistance of the servo motor is 800 ohms, and beta is 300, find the following: Maximum and minimum collector currents, Vout and Ib when Vin is 5 volts.

6a: Minimum Ic = 6b: Maximum Ic = 6c: Vout (at Vin = 5V) = 6d: Ib (when Vin = 5V) = (Points : 8)

4. (TCO 2) For the circuit below with Vcc = 30V and Beta = 200, find Ic and Vce.

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2. (TCO 2) Which is true for the BJT? (Points : 4)

Emitter current equals Collector current Drain current equals Source current, and Gate current is zero Emitter current equals to Base 1 current plus Base 2 current Gate current plus Emitter current is equal to Drain current Emitter current equals Collector current plus Base current

3. (TCO 1) Find the following for an input of 120 VAC(RMS), 60 hertz, given a 6:1 stepdown transformer and a full-wave bridge rectifier. Rload is 150 ohms. Round off to the nearest tenth place) Primary or input peak voltage = 1b: Secondary peak voltage = 1c: Peak voltage out of the rectifier = 1d: DC voltage out of the rectifier = 1e: DC current into the load = (Points : 6)

4. (TCO 2) For the circuit below, if Vcc is 30 volts and Rb is 4.3k ohms, find the base and collector voltages and currents for an input of 0V and 5V. Beta = 200 and the motor resistance is 500 ohms.

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9. (TCO 3) For the waveforms below, Vin is 1V/div and is the top waveform, and Vout(lower) is 2V/Division. What is the configuration, inverting or non-inverting? What is the gain?

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9a: Is the configuration inverting or non-inverting? 9b: What is the gain? (Points : 6)

10. (TCO 3) For the waveforms below, Vin is1V/div, Rload = 50 ohms, it is the top waveform, and Vout (lower) is 30V/Division. What are the configuration, gain, and RMS output power?

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