PN_Junction_nonideal - between bands. Generally requires...

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1 PN Junction – Ideal and Non-Ideal Ideal Diode: V A log (I D ) V A I D PN Junction – Reverse Breakdown V A log (I D ) V A I D V BR
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2 Reverse Breakdown Reverse Breakdown -- Mechanisms 1. Avalanching Occurs when electric field exceeds a critical value (E CR ) V BR ~ E CR 2 (N A +N D ) ε 2 q N A N D
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3 Reverse Breakdown -- Mechanisms 1. Zener Process Occurs when tunneling occurs
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Unformatted text preview: between bands. Generally requires heavy doping on at least one side. R-G Processes in Junction 4 R-G Current in PN Junction PN Junction with R-G Current V A log (I D ) 5 PN Junction Series Resistance V A log (I D ) V A I D PN Junction High Level Injection V A log (I D ) V A I D...
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2011 for the course ECE 305 taught by Professor Melloch during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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