McqMate

Q. |
## If the B.J.T. is used as a follower, which capacitor experiences Miller multiplication? |

A. | cπ |

B. | cµ |

C. | ccs |

D. | cb |

Answer» A. cπ | |

Explanation: we find that the input is given to the base of the b.j.t. while the output is |

602

0

Do you find this helpful?

9

View all MCQs in

Electronic Circuits 1No comments yet

- For the BJT, β=∞, VBEon=0.7V VCEsat=0.7V. The switch is initially closed. At t=0, it is opened. At which time the BJT leaves the active region?
- If 1/h12 = 4, for a C.E. stage- what is the value of the base to collector capacitance, after Miller multiplication, at the input side?
- The transconductance of a B.J.T.is 5mS (gm) while a 2KΩ (Rl) load resistance is connected to the C.E. stage. Neglecting Early effect, what is the Miller multiplication factor for the input side?
- Which of the following is the correct relationship between base and emitter current of a BJT?
- For best operation of a BJT, which region must the operating point be set at?
- When applying miller’s theorem to resistors, resistance R1 is for node 1 and R2 for node 2. If R1>R2, then for same circuit, then for capacitance for which the theorem is applied, which will be larger, C1 or C2?
- From the given circuit, using a silicon BJT, what is the value of VCEQ?
- From the given circuit, using a silicon BJT, what is the value of VBC?
- From the given circuit, using silicon BJT, what is the value of the saturation collector current?
- In the given circuit, what is the value of IC if the BJT is made of Silicon?