0

simistor (symmetrical thyristor)

Most semiconductor devices are created on transitions or layers (n-p, p-n). A semiconductor diode has a transition (p-n) and two layers. Transistor two transitions and three layers (n-p-n, p-n-p). And if you add another layer of, it turns out four-tier semiconductor –… Continue Reading

0

Dinistor

The study of the thyristors can start with the device, called dinistorov, also known as a four-tier diode (PNPN structure), Shockley diode or, after its inventor William Shockley (not to be confused with the Schottky diode, a two-layer metal-semiconductor device, known for their high switching speed). Simplified illustration… Continue Reading

0

Thyristors

Thyristor - a semiconductor device, with three or more p-n-junctions, the CVC portion which has a negative differential resistance (rice. 6.1).The thyristor is an electronic key, which can be in two states: open and closed. By the number of terminals distinguished trigger diode,… Continue Reading