Diodes can be used for low-demand occasions, and "ideal diodes" based on nmos should be used for high-demand occasions. One is that the loss of itself is too large and it generates heat. The second is that the diode cannot share current, the higher the temperature, the greater the current passing through.
What is the most basic data diode?
- Mar 26, 2021 2:20 pm GMT
What is the most basic data diode, I want one for the output of a span port, just pass the ethernet frames, I don't want any configuration or setup. Could this be done with a cleaver cable?
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