junction capacitance

junction capacitance

[′jəŋk·shən kə′pas·əd·əns]
(electronics)
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A voltage ringing happens when the voltage in the transformer rises, the junction capacitance of the reverse biased rectifier rings with the leakage inductance of the transformer and can reach a peak value as high as three times the voltage applied to the secondary (Sabate et al.
The detector circuitry uses high performance GaAs Schottky Barrier Beam lead diodes with very low junction capacitance.
The detector circuitry utilizes high performance GaAs Schottky Barrier Beam lead diodes with very low junction capacitance.
Lee, "Effect of junction capacitance on the rise time of LED's and the turn on delay of injection lasers", Bell Syst.
where IS is the saturation current; RS is the ohmic resistance; BV is the reverse breakdown; IBV is the current at BV; CJO is the zero-bias junction capacitance; M is the junction capacitance grading exponent; N is the emission coefficient.
Similarly, in the off-state diode the junction capacitance dominates, and a capacitance [C.
While you can achieve the same thing more economically by putting multiple transistors in parallel, you would have a hard time achieving as low of junction capacitance.
Fully compatible with digital transmission standards such as ADSL2 and ADSL2+, the SMP80MC family of micro-capacitance transient surge arrestors is the first TRISIL series for which the junction capacitance does not depend on the device breakdown voltage.
The generation of sub-nanosecond pulses is mainly governed by the snap/transition time and junction capacitance of an SRD.
For a detector shunt resistance of 1 k[omega] and a junction capacitance of 1 nF, the equivalent impedance was resistive and approached 400 M[omega] up to 10 Hz.
SOI wafers are gaining high popularity in the semiconductor industry due to their benefits of low power consumption and junction capacitance.