B-004-03: Bipolar transistor fundamentals
Which component can amplify a small signal using low voltages?
A PNP transistor
A variable resistor
An electrolytic capacitor
A multiple-cell battery
The basic semi-conductor amplifying device is the:
The three leads from a PNP transistor are named:
collector, emitter and base
drain, base and source
collector, source and drain
gate, source and drain
If a low level signal is placed at the input to a transistor, a higher level of signal is produced at the output lead. This effect is know as:
Bipolar transistors usually have:
A semi-conductor is described as a "general purpose audio NPN device". This would be:
a bipolar transistor
a silicon diode
an audio detector
The two basic types of bipolar transistors are:
NPN and PNP types
diode and triode types
varicap and zener types
P and N channel types
A transistor can be destroyed in a circuit by:
In a bipolar transistor, the _____________compares closest to the control grid of a triode vacuum tube.
In a bipolar transistor, the _____________compares closest to the plate of a triode vacuum tube.
In a bipolar transistor, the _____________ compares closest to the cathode of a triode vacuum tube.
● = Unseen
● = Weak
● = Review
● = Learned
● = Incorrect answer