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Linear Integrated Circuit Questions and Answers – Multiplier and

Divider – 2

This set of Tricky Linear Integrated Circuit Questions and Answers focuses on “Multiplier and Divider – 2”.
1. Determine
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a) lnVx×lnVy = ln(Vx+Vy)
b) lnVx / lnVy = ln(Vx-Vy)
c) lnVx -lnVy = ln(Vx/Vy)
d) lnVx+ lnVy = ln(Vx×Vy)

Explanation: The log-anilog method relies on the mathematical relationship that is the sum of the logarithm of
the product of those numbers.
=> lnVx+lnVy = ln(Vx×Vy).

2. Which circuit allows to double the frequency?

a) Frequency doubler
b) Square doubler
c) Double multiplier
d) All of the mentioned

Explanation: The multiplication of two sine wave of same frequency with different amplitude and phase allows
in doubling a frequency.

3. Compute the output of frequency doubler. If the inputs Vx = Vsinωt and Vy = Vsin(ωt+θ) are applied to a four
a) Vo= { Vx×Vy× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/ Vref
b) Vo= { Vx×Vy× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/ 2
c) Vo= { Vx×Vy× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/(2×Vref)
d) Vo= – { Vx×Vy× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/(2×Vref)

Explanation: The output of frequency doubler, Vo= (Vx×Vy)/Vref = [(Vsinωt +Vsin(ωt+θ)]/ Vref
= {Vx×Vy×[(sin2ωt×cosθ)+(sinθ×sinωt×cosωt)]}/ Vref
=> Vo= { Vx×Vy× [cosθ-(cosθ×cos2ωt)+(sinθ×sin2ωt)]}/(2×Vref).

4. How to remove the dc term produced along with the output in frequency doubler?
a) Use a capacitor between load and output terminal
b) Use a resistor between load and output terminal
c) Use a Inductor between load and output terminal
d) Use a potentiometer between load and output terminal

Explanation: The output of the frequency doubler contains a dc term and wave of double frequency. The dc
term can be easily removed by using a 1µF coupling capacitor between load and output terminal of the
doubler circuit.

5. Find
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multiplier can be Circuits
Linear Integrated used as a squarer
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a) 0 – Vin
b) Vref – Vin
c) 0 – Vref
d) All of the mentioned

Explanation: The basic multiplier can be used to square any positive or negative number provided the number
can be represented by a voltage between 0 to Vref.

6. Calculate the output voltage of a squarer circuit, if it input voltage is 3.5v. Assume Vref = 9.67v.
a) 2.86v
b) 1.27v
c) 10v
d) 4.3v

Explanation: The output voltage of a squarer circuit, Vo = Vi2 / Vref = (3.5)2 / 9.67v = 1.27v.

7. Which circuit can be used to take square root of a signal?

a) Divider circuit
b) Multiplier circuit
c) Squarer circuit
d) None of the mentioned

Explanation: A divider circuit can be used to find square roots by connecting both the inputs of the multiplier
(in the divider) to the output of an op-amp.

8. Find the output voltage of squarer circuit?

a) Vo = √( Vref/|Vin|)
b) Vo = √( Vref×|Vin|)
c) Vo = √( Vref2×|Vin|)
d) Vo = √( Vref×|Vin|2)

Explanation: The output of the square root circuit is proportional to the square root of the magnitude of the
input voltage.

9. Find the current, IL flowing in the circuit given below

6/10/2019 Tricky Linear Integrated Circuits Questions and Answers - Sanfoundry

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a) IL = 1.777mA
b) IL = 1.048mA
c) IL = 1.871mA
d) None of the mentioned

Explanation: Voltage, VL = Vo2/ Vref =132/10 = 16.9v.
∴ IL = VL/R = 16.9/12kΩ = 1.408mA.

10. A square root circuit build from multiplier is given an input voltage of 11.5v. Find its corresponding output
voltage?
a) 11v
b) 15v
c) 13v
d) Cannot be determined