Electronics-I Lecture 34

Electronics-I Lecture 34 - (FETs orholes(unipolartransi

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Lecture 34 Electronics I Field Effect Transistors (FETs) Voltage between two terminals controls  the current flow in the third terminal Current control mechanism is based on  electric field established by the voltage  applied to the control terminal Current is conducted due only to electrons  or holes (unipolar transistor)
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Lecture 34 Electronics I Field Effect Transistors (FETs) FETs are smaller than BJTs Manufacturing process of FETs is simpler Digital Logic and Memory functions can be  implemented by MOSFET (requiring no resistors  or diodes) VLSI circuits are made using MOS technology Enhancement-type MOSFET most popular  technology
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Lecture 34 Electronics I Field Effect Transistors (FETs) Device Structure N-channel  Enhancement-type  MOSFET P-type substrate Entire circuit built on  substrate N-type regions Heavily doped source  and drain regions
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Lecture 34 Electronics I Field Effect Transistors (FETs)
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