Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory:: DC Biasing-FETs

The ratio of current ID to IDSS is equal to ________ for a fixed-bias configuration.

A. 0
B. 0.25
C 0.5
D. 1

Which of the following is (are) true of a self-bias configuration compared to a fixed-bias configuration?

A. One of the dc supplies is eliminated.
B. A resistor RS is added.
C VGS is a function of the output current ID.
D. All of the above

The input controlling variable for a(n) ________ is a current level and a voltage level for a(n) ________.

A. BJT, FET
B. FET, BJT
C FET, FET
D. BJT, BJT

Through proper design, a ________ can be introduced that will affect the biasing level of a voltage-controlled JFET resistor.

A. photodiode
B. thermistor
C laser diode
D. Zener diode

In the design of linear amplifiers, it is good design practice to choose operating points that do not crowd the saturation level or cutoff regions.

A. TRUE
B. FALSE

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