Section 2 1 pg 34 Know the type of biasing required for a diode to not conduct

Section 2 1 pg 34 know the type of biasing required

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Section 2-1 pg 34Know the type of biasing required for a diode to not conduct, or prevent current flow.Section 2-2 pg 37-38Understand how the dynamic resistance, or internal forward resistance of the diode, is affected as the forward voltage increases on the I-V curve.Section 2-4 pg 46Determine the approximate percentage of the peak value of a half-wave rectified signal that may be used to calculate the average voltage.Section 2-6 pg 58Know the ideal level of DC output voltage using a capacitor-input filter, without the voltage drop across the diode.Section 2-6 pg 60Given the input frequency of a half-wave rectifier circuit, determine the output frequency. Section 2-10 pg 82-83Determine the possible fault in a power supply circuit if the transformer secondary reads 0V.Section 3-2 pg 123Understand how the current through Zener diode in the Zener regulator circuit is affected when there’s a decrease in the load resistor.Section 3-2 pg 123Understand how the current through series resistor and the Zener current in the Zener regulator circuit are affected when the load current increases.Section 3-3 pg 128Determine the best type of diode to be used as a tuning diode.Section 3-5 pg 149Know the primary uses for Schottky diodes.Section 4-3 pg 178Know how to determine the collector current (IC) given base current (IB) and current gain (β).Section 4-3 pg 180-181Perform voltage and current calculations of a basic transistor bias circuit, including IB, IC, VBE, VCE, and VCB. Section 5-1 pg 230Know how to calculate the saturation collector current (IC (SAT)) of a basic BJT circuit.Section 5-2 pg 235Use the DC calculations of a voltage-divider bias circuit, including VE, IC, IE,and VC, to determine the correct value of the collector resistor (RC).Section 5-2 pg 249-250Determine the emitter voltage (VE) measurement if the base-emitter junction becomes open.Section 5-3 pg 241-242Determine which BJT bias has a fixed emitter current (doesn’t rely on the base current value).Section 6-4 pg 291Determine which BJT amplifier configuration has a high input impedance.Section 8-2 pg 388Know under what condition the JFET has maximum drain current (IDSS).Section 8-2 pg 390-391Determine the variable equivalent in magnitude to the pinch-off voltage
Final Questions Question A circuit with a fixed emitter current is called_____. 1 Select one:a. base-bias.b. one-supply bias.c. emitter-bias.d. grid-bias.The correct answer is: emitter-bias.

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