In high frequency, this plots the input voltage and the current in a simple circuit with a resistor and a diode.
The behaviour I see is that the diode remains forward-biased for longer than an ideal diode would, but as soon as it does it goes back to the usual, perhaps exponentially in a very low time, without any phase shifts.
I have been attempting to (macro) model that particular behaviour of the real diode using an ideal diode and other components (capacitor, resistance, inductor), but so far, failing miserably
Short question is, what could I add to the black box of an ideal diode for it to behave that way?
I would appreciate, should you come up with something, to know how you went about thinking about this, since learning is the only purpose of this question.
Thanks a lot