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# ELE2102: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

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DATE: October 5, 2016

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ELE2102: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
CAT#1
DATE: October 5, 2016 DURATION: 1
HOUR
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Instructions: This paper consists of objective type questions. Write down
the correct options for each question on the answer sheet provided. Write
clearly. Marks will be deducted for poorly presented work.
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## 1) One of the following statements is TRUE:

A) The differential open loop gain B) Both the inverting and non
of a 741 op amp is infinite inverting op amps are single
time constant high pass filters
C) When an op amp operates D) Limited bandwidth of an op
above its slew rate, its output amp causes noise
signal experiences nonlinear
distortion
Refer to Figure 1 for the following questions.

Figure 1

## 2) Consider the case with Z3 removed, Z4 replaced by a short circuit.

Design an opamp to give a gain of 6 dB and input resistance of 10
k.
A) Z1 = 10 k, Z2 = 60 k B) Z1 = 10 k, Z2 = 5 k
C) Z1 = 10 k, Z2 = - 5 k D) None
3) The supplied by Z2 ensures that the gain of the opamp
circuit is :
A) Positive feedback, high B) Negative feedback, accurate
C) Resistance reflection, D) none

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oscillatory
4) Consider the case with Z1 = 4.7 k, Z2 = 470 k, Z3 = 5.3 k, Z4
replaced by a short circuit and input V 2 connected to ground. V1 =
2.4t V. Determine the output Vo at t = 10 ms.
A) 13 mV B) 1.27 V
C) 2.4 V D) none
5) Consider the case with Z1 = 10 k, Z2 = 240 k, Z3 removed, Z4
replaced by a short circuit and input V1 connected to ground. An input
1.7 sin ( 10000 t ) mV is applied at V2. Determine the output Vo at t = 50
s.
A) 1.165 mV B) 39 mV
C) 42.5 mV D) none
6) An electronics designer used a non inverting op amp to give a gain of
10000 V/V. To test the circuit, the designer applied an input that is a
square wave with peak value of 0.1 mV. The designer was surprised to
see that the output shown on the oscilloscope had a peak value of 1.5
V. What was the most probable cause of the problem?
A) The op amp has a finite open B) The op amp has an offset
loop gain of 100,000 V/V voltage of 0.05 mV
C) The op amp suffers slew rate D) none
limiting of 0.1 V/s

## 7) Design a differentiator circuit with time constant of 10 ms and use

resistors no larger than 10 k.
A) Z 1=1 F , Z2 =10 k B) Z 1=5 k , Z2 =2 F
C) Z 1=10 k , Z2 =10 mF D) None

## 8) The differentiator circuit suffers from the following problem(s):

A) all B) cannot handle dc signals
C) uses a lot of power D) noisy

9) A non inverting amplifier with a gain of 100 V/V uses an opamp having
an offset voltage of 2 mV. Find the peak output when the input signal
is 0.01 sin (1000 t ) V .
A) 1.2 V B) 1200 V
C) 1 V D) none

## 10) A non inverting amplifier with a closed loop gain of 60 dB is

designed using an opamp having an input offset voltage of 4 mV and
output saturation levels of 12 V . What is the maximum amplitude

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of the sine wave that can be applied at the input without output
clipping?
A) 16 mV B) 12 mV
C) 8 mV D) none

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