Month: October 2014

MOSFET Current Steering

Course Details Field of Study: Electronics Engineering Course Name: Applied Electronics Subtitle: MOSFET Current Steering Biasing in integrated-circuit design is based on the use of constant-current sources. On an IC chip with a number of amplifier stages, a constant dc current (called a reference current) is generated at one location and is then replicated at

MOSFET Current Source

Course Details Field of Study: Electronics Engineering Course Name: Applied Electronics Subtitle: MOSFET Current Source MOSFET current sources are needed to bias MOSFET transistors. There are two different environments in which MOSFET amplifiers are found: discrete circuits and integrated circuits (ICs) The method of biasing transistor amplifiers are different in these two environments. Biasing Discrete

Introduction to MOSFET

Course Details Field of Study: Electronics Engineering Course Name: Applied Electronics Subtitle: Introduction to MOSFET We will begin the discussion from the second major type of transistor called the field effect transistor(FET). In particular, we will examine in detail the metal oxide semiconductor FET (MOSFET). This is an extremely popular type of transistor. MOSFETs have