1. In a Transconductance amplifier, it is desirable to have

a. A large input resistance and a large output resistance

b. A large input resistance and a small output resistance

c. A small input resistance and a large output resistance

d. A small input resistance and a small output resistance

Solution:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdHNm2Ly-Kc

2. For the OP-AMP circuit shown in the figure, V

a. – 2 volts

b. – 1 volts

c. – 0.5 volts

d. + 0.5 volts

Solution:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNXEesKW7VQ

3. In the OP-AMP circuit shown, assume that the diode current follows the equation I = I

a. V

b. V

c. V

d. V

Solution:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FEUmzL53hg

Consider the OP-AMP circuit shown in the figure.

4. The Transfer function V

5. If V

a. – π/2 and π/2

b. 0 and π/2

c. – π and 0

d. – π/2 and 0

Solution(4 & 5):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BVus7UsCas

a. A large input resistance and a large output resistance

b. A large input resistance and a small output resistance

c. A small input resistance and a large output resistance

d. A small input resistance and a small output resistance

2. For the OP-AMP circuit shown in the figure, V

_{o}isa. – 2 volts

b. – 1 volts

c. – 0.5 volts

d. + 0.5 volts

3. In the OP-AMP circuit shown, assume that the diode current follows the equation I = I

_{S}exp(V/V_{T}). For V_{i}= 2 Volts, V_{o}= V_{01}, and for V_{i}= 4 Volts, V_{o}= V_{02}. The relationship between V_{01}and V_{02}isa. V

_{02}= √2 V_{01}b. V

_{02}= e^{2}V_{01}c. V

_{02}= V_{01}ln2d. V

_{02}- V_{01 }= V_{T}ln2**Statement for Linked Answer Questions**Consider the OP-AMP circuit shown in the figure.

4. The Transfer function V

_{o}(s)/ V_{i}(s) is5. If V

_{i}= V_{1}sin(ωt) and V_{o}= V_{2}sin(ωt+ø), then the minimum and maximum values of ø (in radians) are respectivelya. – π/2 and π/2

b. 0 and π/2

c. – π and 0

d. – π/2 and 0

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