Transistor – Definition
A transistor is a semi-conductor device that consists of two PN Junction diodes and three electrodes as Emitter, Base and Collector. The word transistor comes from two different combination of words as ‘Transfer‘ and ‘Resistor‘. There are two types of transistors, PNP and NPN. It is also called Bipolar and Junction transistor. It can be used as Amplifier. All the Multiple Choice Questions MCQs on transistor are published according to the new study syllabus for academic year 2021-22.
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Transistor MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions)
Q1. A device consists of two PN junction and three terminal is called __________.
Q2. The noble prize was given to the inventors of a transistor. True / False
Q3. Who invented the transistor 23rd December, 1923 ?
- William Shockley
- John Bardeen
- Walter H-Brattain
- All are correct
Q4. A transistor has basically three layers and three terminals. True / False
Q5. How many types of a transistor ?
Q6. The word transistor is the combination of two words, first one is Transfer and the second one is Resistor. True / False
Q7. When two diodes are connected by each others in wrong direction which is called ______.
Q8. A transistor consists of three regions (terminals), first one is Emitter, second is Base and third one Collector. True / False
Q9. The emitter, base junction is ________ bias otherwise the collector, base junction is _____ bias.
- reverse, forward
- forward, reverse
Q10. The arrow direction is shown on the emitter of a transistor’s symbol. True / False
Q11. When the direction of an arrow is shown from emitter to base then it made the _______ transistor.
Q12. The emitter region / electrode is heavily doped rather than collector and base. True / False
Q13. PNP and NPN transistor is also called __________ transistor.
- a & b are correct
Q14. The size of collector is larger than emitter and base because of high power dissipation. True / False
Q15. The region is larger in size rather than two regions.
- none is correct
Q16. The voltage amplification formula of a amplifier transistor is O/P Volt / I/P Volt. True / False
Q17. Transistor can be used as amplifier because of ability to amplify any input signal and can be connected as _________ amplifier.
- common base
- common emitter
- common collector
- all are correct