Subject: Why is an ideal semiconductor switching device not achievable in practice?
Date: Sat Oct 21 11:04:05 2000
Posted by Clair
Grade level: grad (science)
School: University of Swansea
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Area of science: Engineering
The three characteristics of an ideal semiconductor switching device are:
1 Resistance = 0 when in the on state.
2 Infinite resistance when in the off state.
3 time to switch on and off is zero.
Why is it impossible to achieve these in practice?
Re: Why is an ideal semiconductor switching device not achievable in practice?
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