Visible emission from transistor PN junction

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mawyatt
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Visible emission from transistor PN junction

Post by mawyatt »

Here's an interesting post on the visible photon emission from a reversed biased breakdown transistor emitter base junction.

https://www.eevblog.com/forum/projects/ ... msg3063526

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Post by Smokedaddy »

Did you go to Noopy's site? I've photographed some of these but didn't realized they could be powered after upcapping. I'm not electronic savvy.

https://www.richis-lab.de/Bipolar02.htm

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mawyatt
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Post by mawyatt »

Yes, been discussing things with him the past few weeks. He's doing some interesting things and I pointed him here for more info regarding macro techniques and equipment.

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Research is like a treasure hunt, you don't know where to look or what you'll find!
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