Hi! There's a schema of a diode AND gate attached. Could anyone of you, please, explain me why the voltage drop across the D1 diode is so big compared to the voltage drop across the D2 diode? Thanks a lot in advance!
Oh I see, so the diode with 4.4V voltage drop is reverse biased then...? shame on me for not noticing that... And btw, when using the constant-voltage-drop model for a diode, does it also mean that the voltage drop across the resistor is also constant since it is connected with the diode in a series..? and to your question - i think i dont know what limits the reverse bias voltage across a diode.