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Active semiconductors technology:
General overview IGBT JFET MOSFET Thyristor-Triac-UJT Transistors

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JFET 
BJT and FET Transistors Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT), Field Effect Transistor (FET), Input Impedance of a Transistor, Output Impedance of a Transistor for the Emitter Follower (Common Collector), The Field Effect Transistor (FET), Regions of JFET operation, Current Source, Source Follower
FET in German
FET junction field-effect transistor, IGFET
FET Circuit Applications FET Circuit Applications, Sample and Hold With Offset Adjustment, JFET AC Coupled Integrator, AC Unity Gain Amplifier, FET Cascode Video Amplifier, JFET Pierce Crystal Oscillator, FETVM-FET Voltmeter, HI-FI Tone Control Circuit, Voltage Controlled Variable Gain Amplifier, Variable Attenuator, JFET-Bipolar Cascode Circuit, Wein Bridge Sine Wave Oscillator, JFET Sample and Hold Circuit, pdf file
FET circuits FET circuits, pdf file
FET self-biasing FET self-biasing, bias equations for depletion-mode field-effect transistors
FETs As Voltage Controlled Resistors A voltage-controlled resistor (VCR) may be defined as a three-terminal variable resistor where the resistance value between two of the terminals is controlled by a voltage potential applied to the third, pdf file
FET transistors FET Characteristics ID vs VGS, FET Current Sources, FET Source Follower, The FET as a Variable Resistor, Educypedia
Field effect transistors field effect transistors, The Field Effect Transistor is a device which enables us to use one electrical signal to control another
Field effect transistors ppt file
Field Effect Transistors in Theory and Practice There are two types of field-effect transistors, the Junction Field-Effect Transistor (JFET) and the “Metal-Oxide Semiconductor” Field-Effect Transistor (MOSFET), or Insulated-Gate Field-Effect Transistor (IGFET), ..., pdf file
JFET application notes pdf file, by INTERFET, JFET operation and applications, Junction Field Effect Transistors
JFETs as variable resistors JFETs as variable resistors, pdf file
JFET Basics
JFET Characteristics
JFET Characteristics and Applications JFET Characteristics and Applications, pdf file
JFET & MESFET pdf file
JFET drain-source current of a JFET, depletion region, majority carriers, channel drain-source current, J-FET (Junction Field Effect Transistor), JFET transconductance, P-channel FET: the gate is made of N-type semiconductor material,  N-channel JFET
JFET Circuits JFET Circuits, There are two principle types of transistors: bipolar transistors (BJTs), and field-effect transistors (FETs). The physical mechanisms underlying the operation of these two types of transistors are quite different
JFET Circuits
JFETs AND MESFETs JFETs AND MESFETs, pdf file
Junction field effect transistor The JFET is an Unipolar semiconductor device, n-channel JFET, thickness of the depletion region, transconductance
Junction field effect transistors Junction field effect transistors, JFET, depletion region, pdf file
Junction field effect transistor Junction field effect transistor, JFET, depletion region, pdf file
Junction field effect transistor Junction Field Effect Transistor, forward biased, input diode junction  reversed biased
Junction field effect transistor n-channel junction field-effect transistor, p-channel junction field-effect transistor
Junction field effect transistor Junction field effect transistors (JFETs)
Junction Field Effect Transistors (JFETs) Operation at constant gate voltage, Operation at constant drain-source voltage, Operation at constant drain-source voltage. Just like bipolar-junction transistors, junction field-effect transistors are also of two types: an n-channel JFET and a p-channel JFET, Construction and Symbol of n-channel JFET, JFET’s operation, vDS vs. iD Characteristics, Operation of an n-channel JFET, Channel pinch-off at the drain-end occurs when vDS = VDSP, Output characteristics of an n-channel JFET, n-channel JFET circuit and its transconductance curve, p-channel JFET, Depletion Layer, source-to-drain voltage
N-channel JFET junction field-effect transistor
N-channel junction field-effect transistors BF245
Transistors à effet de champ en Français, pdf file
Transistor à effet de champ à jonctions en Français, pdf file
Transistors à effet de champ en commutation en Français, pdf file
Unipolar transistors unipolar transistors
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