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EXCERSISE 3.9 MODELING THE DIODE FORWARD CHARACTERISTIC Graphical Analysis Using The Exponential Model Iterative Analysis Using The Exponential Model V DD = 5 V, R= 1 k ohm, I D = 1 mA @ 0.7 V V D hanges .1 V per every decade change in current The Piecewise-Linear Model What happens if we use a diode with an area 100 times larger?
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The Constant-Voltage-Drop Model
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Unformatted text preview: The Ideal Diode Model V DO = 0 The Small Signal Model Use of the Diode Forward Drop in Voltage Regulation The Diode string will produce a regulated voltage of 2.1 V. Percentage of change in the output due to: 1) 10% change in the power supply. 2) Connection of a 1 k ohm resistor. Assume n = 2...
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