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Subelement G
Transmitters
Section 51
Amplifiers-1
What class of amplifier is distinguished by the presence of output throughout the entire signal cycle and the input never goes into the cutoff region?
  • Correct Answer
    Class A.
  • Class B.
  • Class C.
  • Class D.
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What is the distinguishing feature of a Class A amplifier?
  • Output for less than 180 degrees of the signal cycle.
  • Correct Answer
    Output for the entire 360 degrees of the signal cycle.
  • Output for more than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees of the signal cycle.
  • Output for exactly 180 degrees of the input signal cycle.
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Which class of amplifier has the highest linearity and least distortion?
  • Correct Answer
    Class A.
  • Class B.
  • Class C.
  • Class AB.
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Which class of amplifier provides the highest efficiency?
  • Class A.
  • Class B.
  • Correct Answer
    Class C.
  • Class AB.
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What class of amplifier is distinguished by the bias being set well beyond cutoff?
  • Class A.
  • Correct Answer
    Class C.
  • Class B.
  • Class AB.
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Which class of amplifier has an operating angle of more than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees when driven by a sine wave signal?
  • Class A.
  • Class B.
  • Class C.
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    Class AB.
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