Exam_2 - ELECTRONICS I Second Major Exam EE 203 Winter 2005...

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ELECTRONICS I Second Major Exam EE 203 – Winter 2005 (042) NAME ____________________ Student ID ____________________ Section ____________________ Examiner – Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein ¾ This exam contains six questions and is composed of 9 pages including this cover page. Partial point distribution is indicated between brackets. Please pace yourself accordingly. ¾ You have to answer the first question and only four questions from the remaining five. ¾ This is a CLOSED book examination. ¾ Make sure to state all assumptions you find necessary to complete your answer. ¾ Show all your work. Partial credit will be given. If you think you need something that you can’t remember, write down what you need and what you’d do if you remembered it. Question # Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 Total Mark Total Mark 10 10 10 10 10 10 50
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KFUPM EE 203 Second Major Exam Page 2 of 9 Question 1: Choose the correct answer only: [10 Marks] 1. The threshold voltage for P-channel enhancement MOSFET is a) less than zero b) more than zero c) exactly zero d) slightly more than zero 2. The phase shift between the input and output signals in common-base amplifier is a) 0 ° b) 90 ° c) 180 ° d) 270 ° 3. For a certain application you need an amplifier between a source with high source resistance and a load with low load resistance. What will be your best amplifier configuration choice? a) common-emitter amplifier
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