1) Negative feedback in Amplifiers
a) Improves the Signal to Noise ratio at I/p
b) Improves the Signal to Noise ratio at O/p
c) Does not improvee signal to noise ratio at I/o
d) Reduces distortion
Ans : d
2) To obtain very high input impedance and output impedances in a feedback Amplifier , which is the suitable configuration
a) Voltage – Series
b) Current – Series
c) Voltage – Shunt
d) Current – Shunt
Ans : b
Note: Explanation is given after 3rd question.
3) In a shunt-shunt negative feedback Amplifier, as compared to the basic Amplifer.
a) Both input and output impedance increases
b) Input impedance decreases, but output impedance increases
c) Input impedance increases, but output impedance decreases
d) both input and output impedance increases
Hint : Feedback topology naming convention goes this way
Shunt(I/P) – Shunt(O/P). Remember Shunt-Shunt is also called as Voltage – Shunt. You can read that HERE
Impedance at input or output side depends on the word Series/Shunt. If Series then impedance increases
and if Shunt, then impedance decrease. In this question, the feedback topology is shunt-shunt, hence the correct answer is option d.
Ans : d
4) Two non-inverting amplifiers, one having a unity gain and other having a gain of twenty, are made using identical operational amplifiers. As compared to the unity gain amplifier, the amplifier with gain twenty has
a) less negative feedback
b) More input impedance
c) Less Bandwidth
d) None of the above
Ans : c
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