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GATE EE 2011
+2
-0.6
A clipper Circuit is shown below Assuming forward voltage drops of the diodes to be $$0.7V,$$ the input-output transfer characteristics of the circuit is

A B C D 2
GATE EE 2008
+2
-0.6
In the voltage doubler circuit shown in figure, the switch $$' S '$$ is closed at $$t=0$$. Assuming diodes $${D_1}$$ & $${D_2}$$ to be ideal, load resistance to be infinite and initial capacitor voltages to be zero, the steady state voltage across capacitors $${C_1}$$ & $${C_2}$$ will be A
$${V_{c1}} = 10V,\,\,{V_{c2}} = 5V$$
B
$${V_{c1}} = 10V,\,\,{C_{c2}} = -5V$$
C
$${V_{c1}} = 5V,\,\,{V_{c2}} = 10V$$
D
$${V_{c1}} = 5V,\,\,{V_{c2}} = -10V$$
3
GATE EE 2006
+2
-0.6
Assuming the diodes $${D_1}$$ and $${D_2}$$ of the circuit shown in the figure to be ideal ones, the transfer characteristics of the circuit will be A B C D 4
GATE EE 2004
+2
-0.6
Assuming that the diodes are ideal in figure the current in the diode $${D_1}$$ is A
$$8$$ $$mA$$
B
$$5$$ $$mA$$
C
$$0$$ $$mA$$
D
$$-3$$ $$mA$$
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