a-channel JUGFET = p-channel JUGFET?


by DerekBrown
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DerekBrown
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Jan11-14, 07:10 AM
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I recently got a question in my assignment which asks me to explain how an a-channel and n-channel JUGFET works.
I was searching over the internet for how a a-channel JUGFET works but couldn't find any, just p-channel and n-channel. So I was wondering whether a-channel JUGFET is actually the same as a p-channel JUGFET?
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Jan11-14, 07:37 AM
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I never herd about a-channel JUGFET also I never herd about p-channel JUGFET.
What is JUFFET? I only heard about JFET (Junction FET) and MOSFET.
And we have N-channel JFET and P-channel JFET.
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Jan12-14, 12:43 PM
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That's weird, my exact question is

"describe how a n channel JUGFET works'

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Jan12-14, 12:50 PM
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a-channel JUGFET = p-channel JUGFET?


I which country you use this term "JUGFET" instead of JFET ??
http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/...or/tran_5.html
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Jan12-14, 01:04 PM
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I'm studying in the United Kingdom. I've found the n-channel JUGFET so it obviously exists, just not a-channel.
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Jan12-14, 01:04 PM
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Silly me, I mis-read the question. Nevermind. Thanks for the assistance.
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Jan13-14, 01:13 PM
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Apparently, JUGFET is another name for JFET. I hadn't seen that before. Glad you figured out the mis-read on the a-channel JFET.

http://www.maximintegrated.com/gloss...JUGFET/gpk/563
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Glossary Term: JUGFET

Definition

A JFET, or junction field-effect transistor, or JUGFET, is a FET in which the gate is created by reverse-biased junction (as opposed to the MOSFET which creates a junction via a field generated by conductive gate, separated from the gate region by a thin insulator).
For example: A p-channel JFET would consist of a bar of p-type silicon with the "drain" at one end and the "source" at the other. Between these two terminals is some n-type material connected to a "gate". A positive voltage applied to the gate creates a "depletion field" which restricts current flow between the source and drain.

Synonyms
Junction FET
JFET


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