How to observe reverse bias graph? I can only see forward bias.
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Why does the electric field never change its sign?
I noticed while performing simulations, that the electric field does not change its sign when a DC bias greater than the built-in voltage is applied. One can...
Why does the current increase when the doping increases?
What is P type node
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what is the cross sectional area of the pn-junction in the tool
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Receiving this "No compatible viewer was found or rendered successfully" after launching tool. what software do i need to addon to launch this tool.
I V characteristic ?
First of thanking you very much for sharing this wonderful tool on PN junction.
I am using MATLAB for solving the same kind of configuration of PN junction and got the...
Two functions in graphs?
So when I’m running the simulations, on all of my graphs, I’m getting two functions. A red one, and a blue one. Which of these two functions is the proper one to use? For instance,...
pn junction I-V curve
For an ideal p-n junction, the Shockley equation applies and the I-V curve should be an exponential curve in forward bias. Why is it always linear in simulation?
Though in 2D simulation,...
Bias voltage parameter doesn’t work?
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No matter what parameter is entered for the bias voltage, the integrated potential is 0.6 volts.
If it’s a bug, it’s a serious one.
If it’s a feature … what...
Could you list the values of the material parameters you are using (GaAs, Si….)
Useful for very high doping reverse bias conditions?
I want to know how suitable this tool is for calculating IV characteristics for very high doped pn junctions into the 10(18) – 10(19) /cm3 under reverse bias conditions. It...
PN Junction Lab – 100 Warnings
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I had some trouble running PN Junction Lab; it gave more than 100 warnings for some simulation cases and then stopped. I think I figured it out: using exactly 1 or 2 V as applied voltage does...
Benjamin P Haley