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Types of Mosfet

Enhancement Mode MOSFET
Enhancement Mode MOSFET

In most circuits, this means pulling an enhancement-mode MOSFET's gate voltage towards its drain voltage turns it ON. In a depletion-mode MOSFET, the device is normally ON at zero gate–source voltage. Such devices are used as load "resistors" in logic circuits (in depletion-load NMOS logic, for example).

The JFET (Junction Field
The JFET (Junction Field

Two basic configurations of Junction field Effect Transistor are: (i) N-channel Jfet: In n channel jfet’s, channel is generally doped with donor impurities i.e., into this the flow of current through the channel is negative in the form of electrons.

The MOSFET (Metal
The MOSFET (Metal

MOSFET (metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor, pronounced MAWS-feht) is a special type of field-effect transistor ( FET) that works by electronically varying the width of a channel along which charge carriers ( electron s or hole s) flow.

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