Is there any other way to specify the range of x ( other than the linspace function that has been used ) .
You can use either linspace, or declare it manually in vector form.Is there any other way to specify the range of x ( other than the linspace function that has been used ) .
You will need to be more specific. Matlab has some very powerful plotting tools so (almost) anything is possible.Can any one help me in plotting the carrier concentrations of a p-n junction diode at depletion region ( Under equilibrium conditions ) using MATLAB .
Please do not hijack other threads with questions that should be dealt with in your original thread. That is why I have moved this post into this thread.How can I plot the forward current voltage characteristics of a p-n silicon diode at T=300 K ,taking taking into account the recombination current in the depletion religion using MATLAB.
Have you been given the carrier concentration equation as a function of distance?This thread does not say anything about the recombination and generation at the depletion region of a forward biased p+ -n junction . I was just trying to find some help with the Matlab code as i was not able to figure out to find out the intrinsic concentration ni without knowing the values of the built-in voltage or the applied forward bias to the junction .
The only thing i have in hand is donor and acceptor concentrations and Nv , Nc , Eg , and Device area and there respective mobilities .