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How MOSFETs and Field-Effect Transistors Work [How it works]
posted January 23 2014 12:44.58 by spic0m




This video explains to you how MOSFETs (metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor) work and how they are used to amplify and switch electronic signals. This animation describes the enhancement-mode MOSFET.



[Link: Thomas Schwenke]
 
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