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C<sub>T</sub>=a/(V<sub>b</sub>-V)^B
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What is a varactor diode?

The diode whose internal capacitance varies with the variation of the reverse voltage type of diode is known as the Varactor diode. It is used for storing the charge. The varactor diode always works in reverse bias, and it is a voltage-dependent semiconductor device.

How to Calculate Capacitance of the varactor diode?

Capacitance of the varactor diode calculator uses Capacitance of varactor Diode=Constant a/(Barrier Potential-Applied reverse bias potential)^Constant B to calculate the Capacitance of varactor Diode, The capacitance of the varactor diode formula can be varied by varying the magnitude of the reverse bias voltage as it varies the width of the depletion region, d. . Capacitance of varactor Diode and is denoted by CT symbol.

How to calculate Capacitance of the varactor diode using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Capacitance of the varactor diode, enter Constant a (a), Barrier Potential (Vb), Applied reverse bias potential (V) and Constant B (B) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Capacitance of the varactor diode calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.000169 = 10/(5-2)^10.

FAQ

What is Capacitance of the varactor diode?
The capacitance of the varactor diode formula can be varied by varying the magnitude of the reverse bias voltage as it varies the width of the depletion region, d. and is represented as CT=a/(Vb-V)^B or Capacitance of varactor Diode=Constant a/(Barrier Potential-Applied reverse bias potential)^Constant B. Constant a is the empirical constant given according to conditions in sutherland equation. , Barrier Potential refers to the potential required to overcome the barrier, The Applied reverse bias potential to a diode raises the potential barrier because p-type material connected to the negative terminal and pulls the holes away from the junction and Constant B is one of the constant in Andrade's equation.
How to calculate Capacitance of the varactor diode?
The capacitance of the varactor diode formula can be varied by varying the magnitude of the reverse bias voltage as it varies the width of the depletion region, d. is calculated using Capacitance of varactor Diode=Constant a/(Barrier Potential-Applied reverse bias potential)^Constant B. To calculate Capacitance of the varactor diode, you need Constant a (a), Barrier Potential (Vb), Applied reverse bias potential (V) and Constant B (B). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Constant a, Barrier Potential, Applied reverse bias potential and Constant B and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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