The dynamic resistance can be important when a diode is a reverse biased b

The dynamic resistance can be important when a diode

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Question-8The dynamic resistance can be important when a diode is (a)reverse-biased(b)forward-biased(c)in reverse breakdown(d)unbiasedAnswer-B The resistance of a forward-biased diode is called the dynamicor ac resistance . Question-10Ideally, a diode can be represented by a
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Question-12In the complete diode model, Question-14When a 60 Hz sinusoidal voltage is applied to the input of a half-wave rectifier, the output frequency is Question-16For the circuit in Question 15, the diode must be able to withstand a reverse voltage of (a)10 V(b)5 V(c)20 V(d)3.18 VAnswer-C Guessed… Was not sure about this one. Question-18When a 60 Hz sinusoidal voltage is applied to the input of a full-wave rectifier, the output frequency is Question-20
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When the peak output voltage is 100 V, the PIV for each diode in a center-tapped full-wave rectifier is (neglecting the diode drop) Question-22The ideal dc output voltage of a capacitor-input filter is equal to Question-24A 60 V peak full-wave rectified voltage is applied to a capacitor-input filter. If f= 120 Hz, RL= 10 k Ω, and 10 μF, the ripple voltage is C = (a)0.6 V(b)6 mV(c)5.0 V(d)2.88 VVRPP = (1/f*RL*C)(VPrect)VRPP = (1/120Hz*10k*10F)(60V)VRPP = (0.083)(60V) = 4.98VAnswer-C Used the formula above from the book.
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