# Limits of Operation Online Exam Quiz

Limits of Operation GK Quiz. Question and Answers related to Limits of Operation. MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions with answers about Limits of Operation

Options

A : ECB

B : BCE

C : CEB

D : CBE

Options

A : 6 V

B : 3 V

C : 0 V

D : 2 v

### If the positive lead of a DMM, with the mode set to ohmmeter is connected to the base and the negative lead to the emitter and a high resistance reading is obtained, then what is the type of transistor that is being tested?

Options

A : npn

B : pnp

C : faulty

D : not a transistor, it is a FET

### If the positive lead of a DMM, with the mode set to ohmmeter is connected to the base and the negative lead to the emitter and a low resistance reading is obtained, then what is the type of transistor that is being tested?

Options

A : NPN

B : PNP

C : Faulty transistor

D : Not a transistor, it is a FET

### Which of the following models of a semiconductor diode is the most widely used for the purpose of calculation?

Options

A : Approximate Equivalent Model

B : Ideal Diode Model

C : Piecewise Linear Model

D : Hybrid model

### Which of the following statement holds true?^ Statement-1: Piecewise linear model is generally not used for diode analysis.^ Statement-2: The value of Rav is negligible as compared to the load resistance.

Options

A : Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true and Statement-2 is a proper explanation for Statement-1

B : Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true and Statement-2 is not a proper explanation for Statement-1

C : Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is false

D : Statement-1 is false, Statement-2 is true

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