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Example

See page 42 of David Yeh's WDF Tutorial

Shockley diode equation (``diode law'')

$\displaystyle I(t) = I_s \cdot \left( e^{\frac{V_d}{nV_T}} - 1 \right)
$

where

\begin{eqnarray*}
I &=& \mbox{diode current}\\
I_s &=& \mbox{diode reverse leakage current}\\
V_d &=& \mbox{voltage across the diode}\\
n &=& \mbox{ideality factor (1 for ideal, up to 2 or more otherwise)}\\
V_T &=& \mbox{thermal voltage } kT/q\\
k &=& \mbox{Boltzmann constant}\\
q &=& \mbox{electron charge}\\
T &=& \mbox{temperature}
\end{eqnarray*}


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