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Unformatted text preview: ophone, which is then amplified to produce ( ). The circuit is intended to operate in the active region. 12.What is the most negative voltage still in the active region? a. -1.5 V b. -0.8 V c. -0.7 V d. -0.2 V e. 0 V ( ) might take on while the transistor is 13.What is the most positive voltage still in the active region? a. 0 V b. 0.7 V c. 0.8 V d. 1.12 V e. 1.5 V ( ) might take on while the transistor is Page 10 of 25 14.When ( ) a. 1.5 V b. 2.23 V c. 3.0 V d. 3.32 V e. 5.0 V , what is ( )? The following is the transfer characteristic of a common-emitter BJT “Inverter” circuit. Answer the following question regarding this graph. 15.In what region(s) is the transistor operating when at point a. Cutoff b. Active c. Saturation d. The intersection of cutoff and saturation e. The intersection of cutoff and active on the graph? Page 11 of 25 Assume for all diodes. Reverse bias current is 16.What is the value of a. 0 mA b. 3 mA c. 7 mA d. 14 mA e. 28 mA . ? 17.What is this CMOS circuit? a....
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This test prep was uploaded on 03/22/2014 for the course ECE 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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