Measurements
(D)
B-005-013-001 How is a voltmeter usually connected to a circuit under test?
A In series with the circuit
B In quadrature with the circuit
C In phase with the circuit
D In parallel with the circuit

(C)
B-005-013-002 How is an ammeter usually connected to a circuit under test?
A In phase with the circuit
B In parallel with the circuit
C In series with the circuit
D In quadrature with the circuit

(B)
B-005-013-003 What does a multimeter measure?
A SWR and power
B Voltage, current and resistance
C Resistance, capacitance and inductance
D Resistance and reactance

(A)
B-005-013-004 The correct instrument to measure plate current or collector current of a transmitter is:
A an ammeter
B an ohmmeter
C a wattmeter
D a voltmeter

(A)
B-005-013-005 Which of the following meters would you use to measure the power supply current drawn by a small hand-held transistorized receiver?
A A DC ammeter
B An RF ammeter
C An RF power meter
D An electrostatic voltmeter

(D)
B-005-013-006 When measuring current drawn from a DC power supply, it is true to say that the meter will act in circuit as:
A a perfect conductor
B an extra current drain
C an insulator
D a low value resistance

(A)
B-005-013-007 When measuring the current drawn by a receiver from a power supply, the current meter should be placed:

(C)
B-005-013-008 Potential difference is measured by means of:
A an ohmmeter
B an ammeter
C a voltmeter
D a wattmeter

(D)
B-005-013-009 The instrument used for measuring the flow of electrical current is the:
B wattmeter
C voltmeter
D ammeter

(A)
B-005-013-010 In measuring volts and amperes, the connections should be made with:
A the voltmeter in parallel and ammeter in series
B the voltmeter in series and ammeter in parallel
C both voltmeter and ammeter in series
D both voltmeter and ammeter in parallel