Power Amplifiers – 30


30. You find that there is no output signal. You measure the dc voltage of Q1 emitter and find it equal to 0 V. The trouble might be ________.

(a) D1 is shorted.
(b) D2 is shorted.
(c) R1 is open.
(d) no trouble, everything is normal.

Answer : (c)
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