Lecture 04 Winter 2010

Lecture 04 Winter 2010 - ECSE 330 Introduction to...

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1 ECSE 330 Introduction to Electronics Lecture 04: Diodes Roni Khazaka R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Ideal Diode 2
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2 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics The Ideal Diode 3 1 k Ω + 10 V + 0 V 10 mA 1 k Ω + 10 V + 10 V 0 mA R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics The Rectifier Circuit 4
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3 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Example 5 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Example 6
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4 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Logic Gates: OR and AND 7 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics i-v Characteristic 8
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5 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics i-v Characterisitic 9 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Forward Bias Region 10 i = I s e T 1 ( ) v T = kT q Temperature in Kelvin Boltzman’s constant The magnitude of the charge of one electron In the order of 10 15 v T = 0.0862 T , mV (strong function of temperature)
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6 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Temperature Dependence 11 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Reverse Bias and Breakdown 12 i ≅ − I s Reverse Bias Region
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