# A diode in which the change in reverse bias voltage varies the capacitance is called as

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A diode in which the change in reverse bias voltage varies the capacitance is called as A) Varactor diode B) Switching diode C) Tunnel diode D) Zener-diode

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A diode in which the change in reverse bias voltage varies the capacitance is called as Varactor diode

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