Determine the reverse saturation current for the diode below, given that VS = 5V, R = 360Ω produces a diode current of 10mA. Use h = 1.3 and VT = kT/q = 25mV. I believe this is the formula needed. Id = Is(e^(VD/(h*25mV))-1) The problem I had was I've done several questions similar to this but I was always given the Is (the reverse saturation I believe). But this time it's the reverse. I've tried to solve this by retracing from 10mA = Is(e^(0.7/(1.3*25mV))-1) (0.7V was supplied one time, since i needed to find other VD when Id(mA) = 1, 5, 10, 20) and the answer I got was 4.43x10^-12 Seemed right until I put the numbers back in and tried getting the VD. I think i got somewhere around 662V or something instead of 0.7. Any idea how to go about this? Much thanks in advance!