HW9 - s is equal to 5pA and the ideality factor, n = 1. 5....

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HW #9 Due April 26, 2010 A. For the circuit below, assume V1 = 6V and V2 = 5.5V. Determine the diode current and voltage using: 1. the Ideal Diode Equation if the reverse saturation current I s is equal to 5pA and the ideality factor, n = 1. 2. the piecewise model where V f = 0.3V. 3. the load line analysis using an I-V characteristic attached on the following page. B. Determine the diode current and voltage using the same circuit shown below where V1 = 5.5V and V2 = 6V. 4. the Ideal Diode Equation if the reverse saturation current I
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Unformatted text preview: s is equal to 5pA and the ideality factor, n = 1. 5. the piecewise model where V f = 0.3V. 6. the load line analysis using an I-V characteristic attached on the following page. Forward I-V Characteristic V_V1 0V 50mV 100mV 150mV 200mV 250mV 300mV 350mV 400mV 450mV 500mV 550mV 600mV I(D1) 0A 0.5mA 1.0mA 1.5mA 2.0mA Reverse IV Characteristic V_V1-600mV-550mV-500mV-450mV-400mV-350mV-300mV-250mV-200mV-150mV-100mV-50mV 0mV I(D1)-15nA-10nA-5nA 0A 5nA...
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2010 for the course ECE 2984 taught by Professor Meehan during the Spring '10 term at Virginia Tech.

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HW9 - s is equal to 5pA and the ideality factor, n = 1. 5....

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