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Theory for high junction avalanche inductors
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FIG. 1.

The small signal equivalent circuits for junction inductors. The detailed equivalent circuit derived from the continuity equations is shown in (a) and the effective equivalent circuit is shown in (b).

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FIG. 2.

The inductances and quality factors for junction inductors calculated from the simple theory in comparison with earlier work. The curve marked by open circles depicts the calculated inductance by our theory. The solid circles represent the measured inductances and the solid diamonds represent the earlier computer simulation of the measured inductances. The curve marked by open squares depicts our calculated . The solid squares represent the calculated by earlier computer simulation for homogeneous case. The solid triangles represent the earlier computer simulation for inhomogeneous case.

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FIG. 3.

The estimated quality factors and self-resonant frequencies for high junction inductors designed according to the theory. The curves marked by open squares and open circles depict the self-resonant frequencies of junction inductors with active areas of 1 and , respectively. The two curves indicated by 0.5 and show the quality factors corresponding to active areas of and , respectively.


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Scitation: Theory for high Qp-n junction avalanche inductors