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CHAPTER 10 603 Hz

1. The lower critical frequency is also known as the [Hint] 60 Hz

break frequency. 19 . An RC network has a roll-off of 20 dB per decade. What is the
total attenuation between the output voltage in the midrange of the pass-
cutoff frequency. band as compared to the output voltage at a frequency of 10 times fc?
corner frequency. [Hint]
–3 dB
all of the above
2. What term means that the midrange voltage gain is assigned a –20 dB
value of 1 (or 0 dB)? [Hint] –23
critical dB
Miller –43 dB
d 20 . A roll-off of 20 dB per decade is equivalent to a roll-off of _____
per octave. [Hint]
3 dB
3. In a multistage amplifier, the overall frequency response is
determined by the [Hint] 13
frequency response of each stage depending on the relationships
of the critical frequencies. 12
frequency response of the first amplifier.
6 dB
frequency response of the last amplifier.
lower critical frequency of the first amplifier and the upper critical 21 . Internal transistor junction capacitances affect the high-frequency
frequency of the final amplifier. response of amplifiers by [Hint]
4. The frequency response of an amplifier can be determined using reducing the amplifier's gain.
the step response method, and measuring the output rise/fall times
between [Hint] introducing phase shift as the signal frequency increases.
0% and 100% response. having no effect.
10% and 90% response. reducing the amplifier's gain and introducing phase shift as the
signal frequency increases.
25% and 75% response.
five time constant 22 . ______ frequencies are values of frequency at which the RC
responses. circuits reduce the voltage gain to 70.7% of its midrange value. [Hint]
5. For low-frequency response, all RC circuits in an amplifier may not Critical
have the same critical frequency. Which RC response will determine the
critical frequency of the amplifier? [Hint] Cutoff
the lower frequency Corner
the center frequency all of the
the higher
23 . It is often convenient in amplifiers to assign a certain value of gain
the bypass frequency as the _____ dB reference. [Hint]
6. An amplifier has an output voltage of 7.6 V p-p at the midpoint of
the frequency range. What is the output at fc? [Hint] 1
3.8 V p-p 6
3.8 Vrms 1
5.4 Vrms
5.4 V p-

24 . Doubling the voltage gain causes a _____ dB ______. [Hint]

7. An amplifier has an input signal voltage of 0.054 mV. The output
voltage is 12.5 V. The voltage gain in dB is [Hint] 10, increase
53.6 dB. 6, increase
107.3 10,
dB. decrease
231 dB. 6, decrease
116 dB. 25 . Halving the power corresponds to a _____ dBm ______. [Hint]
3, decrease
8. A certain amplifier has a bandwidth of 22.5 kHz with a lower cutoff 10,
frequency of 600 Hz. What is the value of fcu? [Hint] decrease
600 Hz 3, increase
22.5 kHz 10, increase
kHz 26 . Each RC circuit causes the gain to drop at a rate of _____
21.9 kHz dB/decade. [Hint]
9. An amplifier has an Rin = 1.2 k . The coupling capacitor is 1 F.
Determine the approximate lower cutoff frequency. [Hint] 10
133 Hz 6
1.33 none of the
kHz above
kHz 27 . A ten-times change in frequency is called a(n) [Hint]
133 kHz
10 . An RC network has values of R = 1.2 k and C = 0.22 F.
Find fc. [Hint]
3.79 none of the
kHz above
28 . A two-times change in frequency is called a(n) [Hint]
kHz binave.
none of the
29 . The phase shift through the input of an RC circuit approaches
_____° as the frequency approaches zero. [Hint]
30 . What is the method that can be used to determine the values of f cl
and fcu of an amplifier? [Hint]
five time-