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EE 310 Lecture 2 Example A silicon diode exhibits a forward resistance, r f , of 20 Ω and a cut-in voltage, V γ , of 0.6 V. Predict the diode voltage drop at a forward current of 10 mA using the following three models: Ideal diode 1. Nonideal diode; r f = 0 Ω 2. Nonideal diode; r f = 20 Ω 3. Lecture 2 Page 2
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Unformatted text preview: Diode AC Model Incremental or Dynamic Resistance Model Lecture 2 Page 3 EE 310 Lecture 2 Numerical Solution Find both the AC and DC values of i D , v D , v O V PS = 5 V, R = 5 kΩ, V γ = 0.6 V, v i = 0.1 sin (ω t ) V Lecture 2 Page 4 EE 310 Lecture 2 Diode Rectifier Circuits Lecture 2 Page 5 EE 310 Lecture 2 Transformer Basics Turns Ratio Defined: Lecture 2 Page 6...
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