Lec14 PN transient - Diode I-V: Ideal Diode i) EC Ef EV...

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Diode I-V: Ideal Diode Sketch carrier concentration within quasi-neutral regions E V E C E f i) E V E C ii) x N -x P x’ x” iii) qV a E V E C -qV a x N -x P x’ x” x N -x P x’ x”
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Last Lecture: Non-Ideal Diode I-V d c b a 1. Photogeneration 2. Thermal recombination in the depletion region 3. Avalanching and/or Zener 4. Low-level injection 5. Depletion Approx 6. Thermal Generation in the depletion region 7. Band bending 8. Series resistance 9. V A >V bi 10. High-level injection Fill the blanks
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EECS 320 P-N Diode: Transient Response
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Transient Response Large Signal Switching applications Fwd Rev bias Charge storage and extraction C D I D R S SPICE useful for transient analysis involving non-linear responses Small Signal Small variation near operating bias Equivalent circuit Frequency response C j r 0 C D Equivalent circuit useful for small-signal analysis
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Small Signal AC Response Determine equivalent RC circuit to represent diode C D R S = series resistance of contacts and quasi-neutral bulk regions Determine remaining R P , C j , and C D
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Lec14 PN transient - Diode I-V: Ideal Diode i) EC Ef EV...

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