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English: Diode I-V diagram. Includes three main areas of operation: breakdown, reverse-biased, and forward-biased. Vbr denotes the breakdown voltage, and Vd denotes the voltage that is typically considered "on" (conducting current). Note the reverse current scale is finer than the forward current scale: In almost all real devices, the forward current will not be less than the reverse current given the same voltage magnitude.
Русский: Вольт-амперная характеристика полупроводникового диода. Состоит из трёх областей: обратного лавинного пробоя, обратной ветви нормальной работы и прямой ветви. обозначает напряжение начала пробоя, – напряжение включения при прямом смещении. Ось токов при обратном смещении для наглядности многократно растянута.
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