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Schottky Diodes

In electronics, a Schottky diode, also known as a hot-carrier diode, is a special diode that does not have a p-n junction (semiconductor - semiconductor junction), but a blocking metal-semiconductor junction. This interface between metal and semiconductor is called Schottky contact.

As "fast" diodes, Schottky diodes are suitable for high frequency applications up to the microwave range, which is mainly due to their small saturation capacitances. Therefore they are often used as protection diodes for voltage reduction of induction voltages (free-wheeling diode) or as rectifier diodes in switching power supplies, where they allow switching frequencies up to more than 1 MHz.

Important note: The technical data mentioned in the store with the articles are meant as an orientation and are without guarantee. The binding data are mentioned in the manufacturer's data sheets or specifications. As a rule, these can be called up directly in the article area or can be requested from us.

Pictures usually show the design of the components and not necessarily the real components. Please check the technical data sheets for appearance and dimensions.

In electronics, a Schottky diode, also known as a hot-carrier diode, is a special diode that does not have a p-n junction (semiconductor - semiconductor junction), but a blocking... read more »
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Schottky Diodes

In electronics, a Schottky diode, also known as a hot-carrier diode, is a special diode that does not have a p-n junction (semiconductor - semiconductor junction), but a blocking metal-semiconductor junction. This interface between metal and semiconductor is called Schottky contact.

As "fast" diodes, Schottky diodes are suitable for high frequency applications up to the microwave range, which is mainly due to their small saturation capacitances. Therefore they are often used as protection diodes for voltage reduction of induction voltages (free-wheeling diode) or as rectifier diodes in switching power supplies, where they allow switching frequencies up to more than 1 MHz.

Important note: The technical data mentioned in the store with the articles are meant as an orientation and are without guarantee. The binding data are mentioned in the manufacturer's data sheets or specifications. As a rule, these can be called up directly in the article area or can be requested from us.

Pictures usually show the design of the components and not necessarily the real components. Please check the technical data sheets for appearance and dimensions.

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