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What is a switching diode?

A switching diode is suitable for switching a small signal of up to 100 mA, acting as a rectifier. In contrast, a rectifier diode is used for AC line rectification (from alternating current to direct current). Switching diodes are designed to handle a voltage of less than tens of volts. Those in small surface-mount packages are widely used.

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