Electronics-I Lecture 07

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Lecture 07 Electronics I 1 Assignment 2 Page 159,  Exercise 3.10 Page 221, Problem 3.9, 3.10 Page 223, Problem 3.33 Due Date: Tuesday 31 st  Aug, 2010 Quiz Next Week Quiz No 2
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Lecture 07 Electronics I 2 Zener Diode Specifications As the Zener current  deviates from I ZT Voltage across Zener  changes slightly ΔV = r z ΔI r is the inverse of the  slope of almost linear  i-v  curve at point Q r is known as  incremental resistance or  dynamic resistance, also  specified in data sheet
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Lecture 07 Electronics I 3 Zener Diode Specifications Range of r from few  ohms to few tens of ohms Lower the value of r more  constant the voltage more  ideal the performance Value of r increase  considerably near the  knee Avoid operating the Zener  near the knee (General  design guidelines) 
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Lecture 07 Electronics I 4 Zener Diode Specifications Zener diodes fabricated  with V equal to few volts 
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