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investigatory project on full wave rectifier. how to do?
Q3. Draw energy level diagram for an
a) unbiased p-n junction diode
b) forward biased p-n junction diode and explain how the barrier potential changes.
Explain Mod-3 Counter with circuit diagram and truth table.
plz define barrier potential.
how does an increase in the doping concentration affect the width of the depletion region ? please explain it.
To set up a common base transistor circuit and to study its input and output characteristic and tocalculate its current gain? answer soon its urgent.
how transistor works as an oscillator? explain clearly please.
working of an LC oscillator
explain transistor as an amplifier and a switch with derivation?
why photodiodes are used in reverse biased condition
how does zener diode act as voltage regulator
Draw the circuit diagram of an illuminated photodiode in reverse bias. How is photodiode used to measure light intensity?
The circuit diagram of an illuminated photodiode in reverse bias can be represented as
The greater the intensity of light, the greater is the number of photons falling per second per unit area. Thus, the greater the intensity of light, the greater is the number of electron−hole pairs produced at the junction. The photocurrent is, thus, directly proportional to the intensity of light. This can be used for measuring the intensity of incident light.
Explain working of photodiode and zener diode?
I want to make my project file on logic gates for final exams please tell me how to make & what is its procedure please tell urgently
Q) Explain the formation of depletion layer and potential barrier in a p-n junction ?
Explain how a p-type & n-type semiconductors are formed ????
what is the difference between lcd and led tv technology????????
Zener diodes have higher dopant densities as compared to ordinary p-n junction diodes. How does it affect the width of the depletion layer and the junction field?
wat is static and dynamic resistance ?
why is n-p-n transistor preferred over p-n-p transistor???
why p and n type semiconductors are electrically neutral?
Which type of biasing gives a semiconductor diode very high resistance ?
which of the two, an a ammeter or a milliameter, has a higher resistance and why????
what is pn junction diode and its working
explain the working of a common emmiter npn transistor amplifier?
Explain the classification of conductors, insulators and semiconductors on the basis of band theory of solids. Also explain how enrgy levels splits when two or more atoms are brought close to each other.
what is drift current and diffusion current plz explain
How does transistor act as an amplifier....???
plzzz explain the diagram also....plzz
what is mean by potential barrier and depletion layer.
What is current amplification factor???
plz explain input and output characteristics of transistor
plz answer this question :- How is the band gap , Eg , of a photodiode related to the maximum wavelength Am ( lambda m ) that can be detected by it ?
Why does heavy doping in a Zener diode lead to a thin Depletion layer ?
wat is donor level nd acceptor level..??
effect of temperature on intrinsic semiconductor
Why reverse bias is measure in microampere but forward bias in milliampere?
explain transistor as a switch
Why is the conductivity of n-type semiconductor greater than that of the p-type semiconductor even when both of these have same level of doping?
How does the receptivity of (i) a conductor and (ii) a semiconductor vary with temperature? Give reason for each case.
Explain briefly with the hell) of a circuit diagram how V - I characteristics of a p-n junction diode are obtained in (i) forward bias, and (ii) reverse bias.
Compare the energy band digram of conductors, insulators and semiconductors.
Explain zener diode?
what is the meaning of ionised donor?
How to draw the input-output waveforms for different logic gates?
half & full wave rectifier
draw V-I characteristic of a p-n junc. diode in a> forward bias
b> reverse bias
state how a full wave rectifier works?
Please,explain me the energy band diagrams for n and p-type semiconductors?
transistor oscillator ??
How is a sample of an n-type semiconductor electrically neutral though it has an excess of negative charge carriers?
When p-n junction is forward biased how the depletion layer width decreases and in reverse biased how it increases???
WRITE TWO CHARACTERISTICS OF MANGANIN WHICH MAKES IT SUITABLE FOR MAKING STANDARD RESISTANCES.
How does the energy gap of an intrinsic semi-conductor change with a) trivalent impurity b) pentavalent impurity. Draw energy band diagram for both.
why cant transistor be used as rectifier..?
why common emitter amplifier os preferred over common base amplifier?
Name the process responsible for depletion layer formation in p n junction?
Why should the n-Si wafer in solar cell be thin layered?
in an n-type semiconductor number of free electron is more than number of holes .why it doesn't have net -ve charge?
Explain the working of transistor as a switch?
plz tell me how to construct full wave rectifier for the project
investigatory project on To design an appropriate logic gate combination for a given truth table
How does a light emitting diode (LED) work
why are GaAS and si are preferred materials for solar cells? The NCERT explanation is not clear..please explain it .... please ANSWER SOON..
Sir,can u explain working of transistor as an oscillator?
IN P TYPE SEMICONDUCTOR CURRENT FLOW DUE TO HOLES ?
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