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# Homework-2 - voltage can be applied(weight:15 4 Please...

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Homework #2 (to be due onFeb 4 th , 2008) 1. Please explain how many types of current possibly exist in a semiconductor? How to calculate the total current flowing inside it? (weight:15%) 2. When the temperature increases, how do the thermal voltage V T and the built-in potential barrier V bi of a P-N junction vary? Please tell the reason based on its equation (eq1.16). (weight:15%) 3. To forward biasing a P-N junction diode, what is the maximum
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Unformatted text preview: voltage can be applied? (weight:15%) 4. Please explain why there is a parasitic junction capacitor across the diode when it is reverse-biased. (weight:15%) 5. Please solve Problem 1.10 (weight:10%) 6. At room temperature, Please solve Problem 1.18 (weight:15%) 7. At room temperature, Please solve Problem 1.22 and discuss the physical meaning of capacitance tendency regarding to the reverse biasing voltage (weight:15%)...
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