Lab 2 Narrative - Lab 2 Isaac Duran Id2497 With the...

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Lab 2 Isaac Duran Id2497 With the provided data, it can be seen that there are differences between a single diode, diodes in parallel, and diodes in series. In the single at around .4 V current began to flow through the diode, as for parallel it began to flow at around .2-.3 V and series didn’t spike up until around .8 V. It can be observed that the diodes in series didn’t have current flow until .8 which is double of a single diode, so we can see that voltage is added for the two diodes. For the diodes in parallel, it began to jump up at half the voltage than a single diode. So if diodes are in parallel it can be seen that the flow of current will be much faster than a single diode so the I (current) is added for the parallel diodes. Single Diode V Channe l 1 Vout Channe l 2 Vd (V) Id 1 Vout (V) 0.93 Vin (V) 0.53 -0.53 - 0.00004 0.9 0.55 0.47 -0.47 -8E-06 0.8 0.45 0.43 -0.43 -2E-06
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Lab 2 Isaac Duran Id2497 0.7 0.356 0.356 -0.356 0 0.6 0.308 0.308 -0.308 0 0.5 0.26 0.26 -0.26 0 0.4 0.212 0.212 -0.212
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