What Is Forward and Reverse Biasing?


Forward biasing is such an arrangement in which the positive terminal of the battery is connected to the P end, and negative terminal is connected to N end of P-N junction. Reverse biasing is the reverse of forward biasing. Forward and reverse biasing take place when a diode is connected with a battery.
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