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SEMICONDUCTOR DIODES
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Example 2.9. For the circuit of Fig. 2-10, determine iD if ! 108 rad/s and the di usion capacitance is known to be 5000 pF. From Example 2.8, rd 2:5 . The di usion capacitance Cd acts in parallel with rd to give the following equivalent impedance for the diode, as seen by the ac signal:   1 rd 2:5 Zd rd k jxd rd k j 1 j!Cd rd 1 j 108 5000 10 12 2:5 !Cd 1:56j 51:348 0:974 j1:218 In the frequency domain, the small-signal circuit (Fig. 2-12) yields I"d " 0:1j 908 0:1j 908 VTh 0:0091j 83:678 A RTh Zd 10 0:974 j1:218 11:041j 6:338 iD IDQ id 36 9:1 cos 108 t 83:678
In the time domain, with IDQ as found in Example 2.7, we have mA
RECTIFIER APPLICATIONS
Recti er circuits are two-port networks that capitalize on the nearly one-way conduction of the diode: An ac voltage is impressed upon the input port, and a dc voltage appears at the output port. The simplest recti er circuit (Fig. 2-13) contains a single diode. It is commonly called a half-wave recti er because the diode conducts over either the positive or the negative halves of the input-voltage waveform.
Rectifier RS +
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Fig. 2-13 Example 2.10. In Fig. 2-13, vS Vm sin !t and the diode is ideal. Calculate the average value of vL . Only one cycle of vS need be considered. For the positive half-cycle, iD > 0 and, by voltage division, vL RL V sin !t  VLm sin !t RL RS m
For the negative half-cycle, the diode is reverse-biased, iD 0, and vL 0. Hence, 1 2 1  V VL0 vL !t d !t V sin !t d !t Lm  2 0 2 0 Lm Although the half-wave recti er gives a dc output, current ows through RL only half the time, and the average value of the output voltage is only 1= 0:318 times the peak value of the sinusoidal input voltage. The output voltage can be improved by use of a full-wave recti er (see Problems 2.28 and 2.50). When recti ers are used as dc power supplies, it is desirable that the average value of the output voltage remain nearly constant as the load varies. The degree of constancy is measured as the voltage regulation, Reg  which is usually expressed as a percentage. (no-load VL0 (full-load VL0 full-load VL0 2:6
Note that 0 percent regulation implies a constant output voltage.
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Example 2.11. Find the voltage regulation of the half-wave recti er of Fig. 2-13. From Example 2.10, we know that V RL V Full-load VL0 Lm   RL Rs m Realizing that RL ! 1 for no load, we may write V RL Vm m No-load VL0 lim RL !1  RL RS 
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Thus, the voltage regulation is Vm RL V   RL RS m RS 100RS Reg % RL RL RL Vm  RL RS Example 2.12. The half-wave recti er circuit of Fig. 2-14(a) forms a battery charger where the battery terminal voltage vb appears across the battery ideal voltage VB and the battery internal resistance RB . The source is a 15-V, 200-Hz trapezoidal waveform with equal rise and fall times of 0.5 ms. Use SPICE methods to determine the average value of the voltage appearing at the battery terminals Vb0 and the average value of current (I0 supplied to the battery.
Fig. 2-14 The netlist code that follows describes the circuit.
Ex2_12.CIR - Half-wave rectifier vs 1 0 PULSE ( -15V 15V -0.25ms 0.5ms 0.5ms 2ms 5ms ) D 1 2 DMOD RB 2 3 0.5ohm VB 3 0 12V .MODEL DMOD D() ; Default diode .TRAN 1us 5ms .PROBE .END
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After execution of <Ex2_12.CIR>, the Probe feature of PSpice is used to plot the instantaneous values of vs ; vb , and i on the common time-axis of Fig. 2-14(b) for reference. The Running Average feature of PSpice (gives the correct full-period average value at the end of each waveform period) is invoked to nd Vb0 12:87 V and I0 1:7383 A, as marked on Fig. 2-14(b).
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