The UJT has how many PN junctions?
The area between base 1 and base 2 of the UJT will act as a what when placing a positive
10 volts on base 2 and a ground on base 1?
What is called the sequential rise in voltage between the two bases of the UJT?
Who fixes the emitter in position?
What does the FET use to control an electrostatic field within the transistor?
The base of a transistor serves a purpose similar to what element of the FET?
What are the two types of JFET?
What is the key to FET operation?
How many volts are applied across the JFET so that current flows through the bar from
source to drain?
What is it called when voltage is required to reduce drain current to zero?
What is the main advantage of an FET over a bipolar transistor?
What does a P-channel JFET require in order to be reverse biased?
When compared to the FET, what is the input impedance of the MOSFET?
What are the two basic modes that the MOSFET is constructed to operate?
What are the four elements of the MOSFET?
The polarity of the voltages required to forward or reverse bias a MOSFET depends on
What is the purpose of the spring or wire around the leads of a new MOSFET?
23 June 2005