# The encapsulation of transistor is necessary for

The encapsulation of transistor is necessary for mechanical ruggedness.

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Description : In the common–emitter transistor circuit, if the current gain is 100 and the collector current is 10 mA, the base current is: (1) 10 µA (2) 100 µA (3) 1 A (4) 10 A

Last Answer : In the common–emitter transistor circuit, if the current gain is 100 and the collector current is 10 mA, the base current is: 100 µA

Description : The set of transistor characteristics which enable α to be determined directly from the slope is (a) CB transfer characteristics (b) CE transfer characteristics (c) CB input characteristics (d) CE output characteristics

Last Answer : The common base transfer characteristics

Description : In a transistor Colpitts oscillator, C1 = 0.001 µF, C2 = 0.01 µF and L = 5 µH. The frequency of oscillation in MHz will be (a) 2.37 MHz (b) 10.00 MHz (c) 11.54 MHz (d) 9.09 MHz

Description : A transistor has a typical value of β = 200 , If the collector current is 15 mA, then base current will be

Last Answer : A transistor has a typical value of β = 200 , If the collector current is 15 mA, then base current will be 0.075 mA

Description : Beta cut-off frequency of a transistor is the frequency at which the Beta is • 0.707 of low frequency value • Zero • Equal to low frequency value • None of the above.

Last Answer : Beta cut-off frequency of a transistor is the frequency at which the Beta is 0.707 of low frequency value

Description : If a transistor were operated with emitter and collector interchanged, then  1 .emitter current will increase  2. Collector current will increase  3. Base current will decrease  4. No current flow will take place

Last Answer : If a transistor were operated with emitter and collector interchanged, then Collector current will increase

Description : In a transistor  1. Emitter is heavily doped while the collector is moderately doped 2. Collector base junction is forward biased 3. Emitter is made wider than collector 4. The input resistance is much higher than output resistance

Last Answer : In a transistor Emitter is heavily doped while the collector is moderately doped

Description : In an npn transistor, _____ are the minority carriers.   (a) Free electrons (b) Acceptor ions (c) Donor ions (d) Holes

Last Answer : In an npn transistor, Holes are the minority carriers.

Description : A transistor has ________ number of terminals. (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 1 (D) 4

Last Answer : A transistor has 3 number of terminals.

Description : ICB0 in a transistor can be reduced by reducing:  (1) IB (2) VCC (3) IE (4) Temperature

Last Answer : ICB0 in a transistor can be reduced by reducing: Temperature.

Last Answer : A Transistor has Two PN junctions

Last Answer :  The most commonly used transistor circuit arrangement Common emitter

Last Answer : The function of Transistor is to do Amplification

Last Answer : A FET is a Bi-polar transistor

Last Answer : In a transistor leakage current mainly depends on temperature.

Last Answer : When a transistor is connected in common emitter mode, it with have medium input resistance and high output resistance.

Description : What is the main use of a transistor?

Last Answer : Main use of a transistor as amplifier and as switch.

Description : can transistor amplify dc?

Description : What are the processes involved in the encapsulation of the somatic embryos? -Biology

Description : What are the processes involved in the encapsulation of the somatic embryos? -Biology

Description : Coating of solid waste with impervious material is known as – (1) Encapsulation (2) Chemical fixation (3) Landfill (4) Capping

Last Answer : (1) Encapsulation Explanation: Containment of toxic or hazardous constituents in industrial solid wastes is currently being accomplished using: (i) coating grains of waste material with an ... coating blocks of waste material with an inert, non-reactive impervious material (macroencapsulation).

Description : What is an encapsulation?

Last Answer : Wrapping up of data and function into a single unit is known as Encapsulation.

Description : Briefly explain encapsulation and why it is important in object-oriented - programming.

Last Answer : Encapsulation is the principle that all of the data and functionality required by an object be contained by that object. This allows objects to exist as independent, interchangeable units of functionality without maintaining dependencies on other units of code.

Description : Which of the following technique isused for encapsulation? A. a technique used inbest-effort delivery systems toavoid endlessly loopingpackets. B. a technique used by protocols in which a lower level ... network that cannothandle the originaldatagram size D. All of theabove E. None of the above

Last Answer : a technique used by protocols in which a lower level protocol accepts a message from ahigher level protocol and places it in the data portion of the low level frame

Description : Which OSI layer adds a trailer during encapsulation of data? a. Layer 3 b. Layer 4 c. Layer 2 d. Layer 5,6,7

Last Answer : d. Layer 5,6,7

Description : NAT limits the use of ………………….. and ……………… A. encryption, authentication. B. encryption, decryption C. encapsulation, translation D. authentication, verification

Last Answer : A. encryption, authentication.

Description : Define what is meant by data encapsulation?

Last Answer : Data encapsulation also referred to as data hiding, is the mechanism whereby the implementation details of a class are kept hidden from the user. The user can only perform a restricted set of operations on the hidden members of the class by executing special functions called methods.

Description : What is difference between Encapsulation And Abstraction?

Last Answer : Ans. 1.Abstraction solves the problem at design level while encapsulation solves the problem at implementation level 2.Abstraction is used for hiding the unwanted data and giving relevant data. ... and Display Screen are connect with each other using different circuits , it explains Encapsulation.

Description : What is Encapsulation? How is it implemented in Java?

Last Answer : A: Binding up of data and associated functions together into a single unit called (class) is called Encapsulation. In Java, it is implemented by the use of a class.

Description : Define Encapsulation.

Last Answer : Ans. Encapsulation is the process of bundling state (instance variables) and behaviour (methods) is a single unit (class).

Description : Define Encapsulation.

Last Answer : Encapsulation is one of the fundamentals of OOP (object-oriented programming). The process of binding data (instance variables) and corresponding methods (behaviour) together into a single unit ... class only that binds variables and methods together and hides their complexity from other classes.

Description : What is encapsulation?

Last Answer : Packaging an object‟s variables within its methods is called encapsulation.

Description : What is encapsulation?

Last Answer : Encapsulation means wrapping up of Data and Code…this is what i got from data structures book.

Description : In........................mode, a common technique in packet-switched networks consists of wrapping a packet in a new one. A) Tunneling B) Encapsulation C) Both A and B D) None of the above

Last Answer : C) Both A and B

Description : …………. Is the process of creating new classes, called derived classes from existing classes called base class. A) Inheritance B) Encapsulation C) Polymorphism D) Overloading

Description : ………… enable us to hide, inside the object, both the data fields and the methods that act on that data. A) Encapsulation B) Polymorphism C) Inheritance D) Overloading

Description : In ……………………. mode, a common technique in packet-switched networks consists of wrapping a packet in a new one. A) Tunneling B) Encapsulation C) Both A and B D) None of the above

Last Answer : C) Both A and B

Description : Define the following: a. Aggregation among objects. b. Class. c. Repeated inheritance. d. Encapsulation. e. Scenario.

Last Answer : Ans: a).Aggregation among objects Aggregation among objects represents a relationship. It is a whole/part relationship. Aggregation may imply containment. b).Class A class is a template that specifies the ... or it can be shown as an event trace diagram in which events between objects are shown.

Description : Describe following terms: Inheritance, data abstraction, data encapsulation, dynamic binding.

Last Answer : Inheritance: 1. Inheritance is the process by which objects of one class acquire the properties of objects of another class. 2. It supports the concept of hierarchical classification. It also provides the ... with a given procedure call is not known until the time of the call at run-time.

Description : Explain data encapsulation and data abstraction.

Last Answer : Data encapsulation: The wrapping up of data and function into a single unit (called class) is known as encapsulation. The data is not accessible to the outside world, and only those functions ... as they hold information. The functions that operate on these data are called as member functions.

Description : .................. allows to create classes which are derived from other classes, so that they automatically include some of its "parent's" members, plus its own members. (A) Overloading (B) Inheritance (C) Polymorphism (D) Encapsulation

Description : The “part-whole”, or “a-part-of”, relationship in which objects representing the components of something associated with an object representing the entire assembly is called as (A) Association (B) Aggregation (C) Encapsulation (D) Generalisation

Description : Module design is used to maximize cohesion and minimize coupling. Which of the following is the key to implement this rule? (A) Inheritance (B) Polymorphism (C) Encapsulation (D) Abstraction

Description : Abstraction and encapsulation are fundamental principles that underlie the object oriented approach to software development. What can you say about the following two statements? I. Abstraction allows us to focus on what something ... and II are correct. (3) Only II is correct. (4) Only I is correct.

Last Answer : (1) Neither I nor II is correct.

Description : The technology used in the electronic printer is called (1) Micro array (2) Micro millimetric (3) Micro technology (4) Micro encapsulation

Description : Coating of solid waste with impervious material is known as (1) Encapsulation (2) Chemical fixation (3) Landfill (4) Capping

Description : Define Protocol and Encapsulation.

Last Answer : i. Protocol: Protocol is defines as the set of rules and regulations to communicate between layers in networking. OR It is set of rules and conventions sender and receiver in data communication ... of encapsulation. OR Encapsulation is the process of adding the headers and footers to the data.

Description : Explain encapsulation with example.

Last Answer : Each layer in the layered architecture provides service to the layers which are directly above and below it. The outgoing information will travel down through the layers to the lowest layer. While ... to each packet obtained from layer 3 and pass it to layer 1 for physical transmission.

Description : Explain what you understand by data encapsulation.

Last Answer : Each layer in the layered architecture provides service to the layers which are directly above and below it. The outgoing information will travel down through the layers to the lowest layer. While ... to each packet obtained from layer 3 and pass it to layer 1 for physical transmission.

Description : Describe data encapsulation.

Last Answer : In figure which gives an overall view of the OSI layers, D7 means the data unit at layer 7, D6 means the data unit at layer 6, and so on. The process starts at layer 7 (the application layer), ... trailer. For level N-1, the whole packet coming from level N is treated as one integral unit.