# NAVY AT-I Electronics Unit 1-05

If a signal is moving away from the reference, is it increasing or decreasing in amplitude? Increasing in amplitude
The range of frequencies which an amplifier is designed to amplify is referred to as_____ Frequency Response
Noise of a Transistor is inversely proportional to ____________ Frequency
A dot on a transistor indicates which element? The Collector
A tab on a transistor indicates which element? The Emitter
Conventional Power Transistors will usually have which lead connected to the mounting surface? The Collector
Which two leads on a transistor are usually furthest apart? The Emitter and Collector
Two things that effect frequency response of a transistor are __________ and ____________. Base Width and Transit Time
The application of DC voltages to a transisitors elements to establish stable reference values of voltage and current for the AC signal. Biasing
A condition that will destroy the transisitor due to a negative temperature coefficient of the emitter-base junction. Thermal Runaway
The perfect amplifier stability factor 1.0
What are the 3 Processes of a transistor? Injection, Diffusion, Collection
The emitter contains ____ percent of total current through a transistor. 100%
The base contains ____ percent of total current through a transistor. 2% to %5
The collector contains ____ percent of total current through a transistor. 95% to 98%
The process of increasing the strength of a signal Amplification
A semiconductor device that amplifies a signal Transistor
Which element on a transistor is the thickest for heat dissipation? Collector
Which element on a transistor is the least doped? Base
Which element on a transistor is the most doped? Emitter
On which type of transistor are the majority of current carriers electrons? NPN
On which type of transistor are the majority of current carriers holes? PNP
Holds or clamps the negative extremety of a wave form at a predetermined value so that the entire output is more positive than reference. Positive Clamper
Holds or clamps the positive extremety of a wave form at a predetermined value so that the entire output is more negative than reference. Negative Clamper
Limits both the positive and negative extremes of the input signeal. Dual Diode Limiter