Why can’t a semiconductor diode be used to rectify current at very low AC voltages?
October 29, 2020
The range of operating voltages of a semiconductor diode is limited from the side of low voltages due to an increase in the resistance of the p – n junction with a decrease in the forward voltage. The maximum value of the operating voltage of the diode is determined by the breakdown voltage of the p – n – junction at reverse voltage.
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