In this third installment from "Electrical Engineering 101," we look and transistors and logic circuits.
Last week in EE 101 Part 2, we looked at an RC circuit, a compass, an inductor, parallel resistors, and Thevenin's Theorem. Did you correctly answer all five questions? If not, you're OK as long as the boss or the professor doesn't know. This week, look at circuits and devices. As with the previous two quizzes, questions come from Electrical Engineering 101: Everything you should have learned in school
but probably didn't by Darren Ashby. If you disagree with an answer, consult the book.
As always, answers appear on the last page.
1. What is the condition where a BJT (bipolar junction transistor) allows its maximum collector current?
- Reverse bias
- Reverse breakdown
- Forward current
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