Diode Light Emitting Diodes: An Overview

A light-emitting diode is a diode that emits light even if there is no voltage between the input and the diode. When a current flows through the diode, electrons in the diode recombine with oxygen or nitrogen vacancies, releasing energy as photons. Photons have an energy level that changes depending on the type of atom… Continue reading Diode Light Emitting Diodes: An Overview