Rectifier Diodes and Bridge Rectifier
Schottky diode

Schottky diode

A Schottky diode, also known as a SBD (Schottky barrier diode), is a kind of semiconductor component with low power consumption and ultra-high speed. Its most notable feature is that the reverse recovery time is extremely short (a few nanoseconds), and the forward conduction voltage drop is only about 0.4V. It is mostly used as a high-frequency, low-voltage, and high-current rectifier diode, freewheeling diode, and protective diode. It is also used as a rectifier diode and small-signal detector diode in microwave communication circuits and is common in communication power supplies, frequency converters, etc.
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