# Basic Op-Amp Circuits MCQ Questions & Answers

Basic Op-Amp Circuits MCQs : This section focuses on the "Basic Op-Amp Circuits". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Basic Op-Amp Circuits skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.

Question 1

A two-pole high-pass active filter would have a roll-off rate of

Question 2

Initially, the closed-loop gain (Acl) of a Wien-bridge oscillator should be

A. Acl < 3
B. Acl > 3
C. 0
D. Acl 1

Question 3

A digital-to-analog converter is an application of the

B. voltage-to-current converter
C. noninverting amplifier

Question 4

A basic series regulator has

A. an error detector
C. a reference voltage
D. both an error detector and a reference voltage

Question 5

The center frequency of a band-pass filter is always equal to the

A. bandwidth
B. –3 dB frequency
C. bandwidth divided by Q
D. geometric average of the critical frequencies

Question 6

The ramp voltage at the output of an op-amp integrator

A. increases or decreases at a linear rate
B. increases or decreases exponentially
C. is always increasing and never decreasing
D. is constant

Question 7

A zero-level detector is a

A. comparator with a sine-wave output
B. comparator with a trip point referenced to zero
C. peak detector
D. limiter

Question 8

A triangular-wave oscillator can consist of an op-amp comparator, followed by a(n)

A. differentiator
B. amplifier
C. integrator
D. multivibrator

Question 9

A comparator is an example of a(n)

A. active filter
B. current source
C. linear circuit
D. nonlinear circuit

Question 10

If the input to a comparator is a sine wave, the output is a

A. ramp voltage
B. sine wave
C. rectangular wave
D. sawtooth wave

Question 11

If the value of resistor Rf in an averaging amplifier circuit is equal to the value of one input resistor divided by the number of inputs, the output will be equal to

A. the average of the individual inputs
B. the inverted sum of the individual inputs
C. the sum of the individual inputs
D. the inverted average of the individual inputs