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Example of classification of diodes
Table 2-1 Example of classification of diodes

Diodes are two-terminal semiconductor devices with a pn junction or an alternative junction. Table 2-1 shows an example of classification of diodes. They are classified into rectifier diodes, Zener diodes, etc. by structure and usage. Diodes are widely used.

Diodes are sometimes classified not only as in the above figure, but also by usage.

Chapter II : Diodes

Functions of Rectifier Diodes
Forward Characteristic of Rectifier Diodes (IF-VF Characteristic)
FRDs (Fast Recovery Diodes)
Voltage Regulator Diodes (Zener Diodes)
TVS diode (ESD protection diode)
Difference between TVS Diodes and Zener Diodes (1)
Difference between TVS Diodes and Zener Diodes (2)
Variable-capacitance Diodes (Varicap Diodes)
Schottky Barrier Diodes (SBDs)
Reverse Recovery Characteristic of Schottky Barrier Diodes (SBDs)
Difference Depending on Metal of Schottky Barrier Diodes (SBDs)
Characteristics Application of Various Diodes

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