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Formation of Reverse Biased P-N Junction

Reverse Biased P-N Junction: When battery connections to the semiconductor are made as p type is connected with negative battery terminal and n type is connected with positive terminal the junction is said to be reverse biased. In…

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How can we form p-n junction ? | Formation of p-n junction

Formation of p-n junction

The formation of p-n junction is described below : In actual practice , the characteristic properties of p-n junction  will not be apparent if a p type block is just brought in contact with n type block. In…

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The Difference Between Avalanche & Zener Breakdown

Comparison Between Avalanche Breakdown & Zener Breakdown : Zener breakdown This form of breakdown occurs in junctions which , being heavily doped ,have narrow depletion layers. The breakdown voltage set up a very strong electric field(about 108 V/m)across…

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What is FET ? [ Field Effect Transistor]

A FET [ Field Effect Transistor] is a voltage controlled device ,the output characteristics are controlled by input voltage (i.e. electric field) and not by input current. FETs are also known as unipolar transistors .There are two basic types of field…

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The application of FET [ Field Effect Transistor]

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