In Reply to: RE: Schottky diode for cathode bias posted by Paul Joppa on June 19, 2012 at 19:00:24:
Paul, I do seem to recall a higher figure than o.4 ohms however I got the figure from a simple curve tracer Sim I did to look at some alternatives for cathode bias following the long discussion regarding battery bias recently. I assume the models are accurate.
I looked at many different parts including LEDs and some of the findings surprised me. I was going to post these but had to travel interstate so decided to wait until I got back and look at things in greater detail. Will do so soon to see if anyone picks up on something I may have missed.
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Topic - Schottky diode for cathode bias - Lew 17:38:44 06/18/12 (13)
- RE: Schottky diode for cathode bias - wheezer 10:18:26 06/19/12 (0)
- Schottky diode's have no switching noise, but cathode bias has no switching. - Chris O 20:45:13 06/18/12 (4)
- Granted but they sound good.... - Naz 07:25:57 06/20/12 (0)
- RE: Schottky diode's have no switching noise, but cathode bias has no switching. - Lew 22:05:34 06/18/12 (2)
- RE: Schottky diode for cathode bias - Naz 18:40:47 06/18/12 (6)
- RE: Schottky diode for cathode bias - Paul Joppa 19:00:24 06/19/12 (5)Follow Ups
- RE: Schottky diode for cathode bias - Naz 07:01:11 06/20/12 (0)