I have a question about this statement. In almost every text and post this is said. But when you look at a data sheet of diodes there is usually a graph which shows it different.For an ideal diode, the forward voltage across the diode when it is conducting current will be .7 volts. In this condition it can conduct up to 1 amp of current.
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