No, diodes don't have a specific Ohmic resistance; the voltage vs. current curve for a diode is logarithmic (or nearly so), not linear.Is it possible to calculate in a circuit, the Ohmic resistance of a diode with the measurement shown on a Digital Multimeter ? eg: 611 Ohm for 1N4007
Yes.Is it possible to calculate in a circuit, the Ohmic resistance of a diode with the measurement shown on a Digital Multimeter ?
Is it possible to calculate in a circuit, the Ohmic resistance of a diode with the measurement shown on a Digital Multimeter ?
eg: 611 Ohm for 1N4007