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1. BJT is a Bipolar Junction Transistor, while MOSFET is a Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor. 2. A BJT has an emitter, collector and base, while a MOSFET has a gate, source and drain. 3. BJTs are preferred for low current applications, while MOSFETs are for high power functions.What does MOSFET mean?
In short, a MOSFET ( Metal–Oxide–Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor )is a transistor that switches electronic signals and power to a device. In simple terms, a MOSFET is an electronic gate between the trigger and motor in a gearbox.What are the three operating regions of MOSFET?
Operating Regions of MOSFET Cut-Off Region. The cut-off region is a region in which there will be no conduction and as a result, the MOSFET will be OFF. Ohmic Region. The ohmic region is a region where the current ( IDS )increases with an increase in the value of VDS. Saturation Region. ... MOSFET as a Switch. ...How to use MOSFET?
To use a MOSFET as a switch, you have to have its gate voltage (Vgs) higher than the source. If you connect the gate to the source (Vgs=0) it is turned off. For example we have a IRFZ44N which is a “standard” MOSFET and only turns on when Vgs=10V – 20V. But usually we try not to push it too hard so 10V-15V is common for Vgs for this type of MOSFET.