GATE EC Question Paper 2000.
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1. Introducing a resistor in the emitter of a common amplifier stabilizes the dc operating point against variations in
(a) only the temperature
(1’) only the [ of the transistor
(c) both temperature and 13
(d) none ot these
2. The current gain o .i bipolar transistor drops at high frequencies because of
(a) transistor capacitances
(b) high current effects in the base
(c) parasitic inductive elements
(d) the Early effect
3. An amplifier with resistive negative feedback has two lelt halt plane poles in its open—loop transter ILinction. The amplifier
(a) will always he unstable at high frequencies
(b) will be stable (or all frequencies
(c) may Lw unstable, depending on the feedback I actor
(d) will oscillate at low frequencies
4. A TEM wave is incident normally upon a perfect conductor. The E and H fields at the boundary will he, respectively,
(a) minimum and minimum
(b) maximum and maximum
(c) minimum and maximum
(d) maximum and minimum
5. The frequency range for satellite comrntinicatiofl’S
(a) I kHz to 100 kHz
(b) 100 kHz to 10 kHz
(ti) 1 GHz to 30 G[Iz