Distinguish between e-mode and depletion mode mosfet, Computer Engineering

Distinguish between enhancement mode and depletion mode metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors giving their characteristics.

Ans.

Enhancement mode and depletion mode metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors

E Mode MOSFET

Depletion Mode MOSFET

a. No channel exists in between rain and

source at VGS = 0

a. Channel exists at VGS = 0 [in fabrication n type impurity is diffused

in between two n+ regions

b. Threshold voltage is positive for

nMOS Device.

b. Threshold voltage is negative for

nMOS Device.

c. No current flows for negative VGS

[nMOS]

c. Current flows even for negative VGS

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Diagram of Enhancement mode and depletion mode metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors

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