Analog Circuit Design: Discrete & Integrated by Sergio Franco

By Sergio Franco

This textbook is meant for EE majors envisioning commercial careers in analog electronics. Analog integrated-circuit (IC) designers, product, approach, and reliability engineers, try out and test-development engineers, analog purposes, advertising and marketing, and customer-support engineers are continuously in robust call for.

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To understand its operation, refer to the waveforms of Fig. 21b, where C is assumed initially discharged. As vI swings positive, current will be sourced to the anode, forcing D to conduct and thus to charge up C. Since D acts as a short circuit, vO simply follows vI. 21 (a) Peak detector, and (b) illustrative waveforms. Once vI peaks out, the anode will start swinging negative relative to the cathode, turning D off and thus leaving C to hold the previously acquired voltage, whose value coincides with that of the previous input peak.

44 Minority and majority current densities inside a pn slab. 7 The pn Diode Equation If we were to scan the slab from left to right, our description of conduction would be as follows ● ● ● ● At the far left we see a current of mainly holes diffusing toward the right on their way to recombine with electrons. Some of these holes disappear by recombination in the p side itself, others manage to make it all the way to the SCL, from where they emerge as minority carriers in the n side. As they progress toward the right, they are further annihilated by electrons.

33 (a) Pure silicon. (b) Creation of an electron-hole pair by thermal agitation. 4 Semiconductors As this process repeats itself, we are in effect witnessing the motion of positively charged vacancies, or holes, through the crystal. Just as thermal agitation results in the creation of free electron-hole pairs, an electron and a hole may recombine and thus disappear from the pool of free charges. The recombination rate is proportional to the number of free electron-hole pairs available, which in turn is a strong function of temperature.

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