Pn diode, Electrical Engineering

PN Diode

The current-voltage characteristics are of major concern in the learning of semiconductor devices with light entering like a third variable in optoelectronics devices. The device's external characteristics are ascertained by the interplay of the following internal variables: 

  1. Electron and hole currents
  2. Potential
  3. Electron and hole density
  4. Doping
  5. Temperature
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