## Frequency Response of an Op-Amp Interview Questions and Answers

Frequency Response of an Op-Amp Interview Questions and Answers: 1. What is meant by frequency response? Ans. The manner in which the gain of an op-amp responds to different frequencies is…

## Active Filters Interview Questions and Answers

Active Filters Interview Questions and Answers: 1. What is meant by ‘frequency response’ of a filter? Ans. A graph of the magnitude of the gain versus frequency is called a frequency…

## Frequency Response of Common Mode Gain of Differential Amplifier

Frequency Response of Common Mode Gain of Differential Amplifier: Low values of common-mode gain are desirable so that the circuit can reject undesirable signals that are applied equally to both…

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## Double Differentiation – Derivation

Double Differentiation - Derivation: Two R-C coupling networks in cascade separated by an ampli­fier A is shown in Fig. 29.36 (a). The amplifier A is to operate as a linear…

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## Diode Clipping Circuit – Types and Applications

Diode Clipping Circuit - Types and Applications: Diode Clipping Circuit - For a clipping circuit at least two components—an ideal diode and resistor are required and sometimes a dc battery…

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## Current Components in PN Junction Diode

Current Components in PN Junction Diode: A Current Components in PN Junction Diode with a forward bias with an external voltage V is shown in Fig. 7.12 (a). Due to…

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## Zero bias PN junction

Zero bias PN junction: Zero bias PN junction - Here we will examine the properties of the step junction in thermal equilibrium, where no currents exist and no external excitation…

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## Thyratron Working Principle

Thyratron Working Principle: Thyratron is a hot cathode gas filled triode. Normally it is filled with a small amount of inert gas such as argon, hydrogen, neon or mercury vapour.…