When you are satisfied that you have answered every question to the best of your ability, check
your answers using Appendix A. If you missed eight or more questions, you should review the
chapter, paying particular attention to the areas in which your answers were incorrect.
RF amplifiers are used to amplify signals between what range?
The frequency-response curve provides a picture of what?
What does the shape of the frequency-response curve represent?
What are the upper and lower frequency limits of an amplifier?
What do you use to calculate true power?
What are the factors that limit the frequency response of a transistor amplifier?
There should be no limits to the frequency response if the amplifier circuit is made up
of only what?
What type of feedback is usually caused by interelectrode capacitance?
What is the major factor that limits the high-frequency response of an amplifier circuit?
What happens to capacitive reactance as frequency increases?
What happens to inductive reactance as frequency increases?
What components can be used to increase the high-frequency response of an amplifier?
What is the definition of series peaking?
What do you call the technique when a coil is placed in parallel with the output signal
What is it called when you use series peaking and shunt peaking together?
What component in an amplifier circuit tends to limit the low-frequency response of
What do you use to calculate the gain of a stage?
What do you use to calculate voltage gain?
What happens to the input signal to the transistor when R2 is increased in value in a
simple amplifier circuit?
What is a frequency-determining network?
What do you call the circuit when the parallel LC is used as a frequency-determining
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