• Semiconductor Basics: Doping

    Semiconductor Basics: Doping

    How does doping make an intrinsic semiconductor into P-Type or N-Type material. and how dose doping create free electrons or holes in intrinsic crystal.

  • Semiconductor Basics: Crystals

    Semiconductor Basics: Crystals

    The behavior of electrons and holes is fundamental to understanding how semiconductor devices work. In an intrinsic semiconductor, thermal energy can cause valence electrons to jump to the conduction band, leaving behind a “hole” that can be filled by another electron. This creates thermally-induced electron movement and an equal number of holes moving in the…

  • Semiconductor Basics: Atomic Structure

    In chemistry, the structure of an atom is crucial in understanding how it behaves and interacts with other atoms. The basic structure of an atom consists of a central nucleus made up of protons and neutrons, surrounded by a cloud of electrons in various energy levels or shells. In this cloud, electrons move in specific…

  • LC Regenerative Snubber for SEPIC Converter

    The SEPIC converter is a type of DC/DC converter commonly used in electric vehicle (EV) applications. Unlike regular buck-boost converters, the output voltage polarity in the SEPIC converter is non-inverting. However, it suffers from energy stored in the leakage inductance of the primary inductor, which can damage the MOSFET switch. A snubber circuit is used…

  • FW Rectifiers: Calculation, Filter, Circuit Diagram and Working

    FW Rectifiers: Calculation, Filter, Circuit Diagram and Working

    Learn everything you need to know about bridge rectifiers, including their calculations, filters, circuit diagrams, and working. Find out how to calculate the efficiency and output voltage of a bridge rectifier, and understand the concept of LC filter. Explore the bridge rectifier circuit diagram and working principle, and gain a deeper understanding of this essential…

  • Electrical Resistivity of Materials

    The Fermi level energy determines the electrical resistance of a material by affecting the number of available states for electrons. Energy absorbed can also be converted into thermal energy and photons using thermodynamics.

  • Advancements in rectifier : A Brief History

    This post explores the advancements in rectifier AC/DC converters technology and its history. Learn about the latest innovations in power quality, efficiency, circuit design, component technology, control algorithms, and switching technologies such as GaN and SiC. Discover the evolution of rectifiers, from vacuum tube rectifiers to synchronous rectifiers, and their impact on the electrical grid…

  • The Complete Guide to the Different Types of Rectifiers

    Rectifiers are devices used to convert AC voltage into DC or direct current. There are two main types of rectifiers. one is an uncontrolled rectifier and another is a controlled rectifier. Uncontrolled rectifier An uncontrolled rectifier is a type of rectifier circuit that does not use any external control elements to regulate the output voltage…

  • Introduction to Silicon Controlled Rectifier

    The silicon-controlled rectifier is an SCR abbreviation. and related to thyristor family semiconductor devices

  • snubber circuit design

    RC snubber circuit drawing with calculating snubber resistor and capacitor and analysis ringing signal parameters.