JFET


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JFET

(ˈdʒeɪfɛt)
n acronym for
(Electronics) junction field-effect transistor; a type of field-effect transistor in which the semiconductor gate region or regions form one or more p-n junctions with the conduction channel. Compare IGFET
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Silicon waveguide integrated germanium JFET photodetector with improved speed performance.
7 to 14 kV normally-Off trenched and implanted vertical JFET in 4H-SiC," Mater.
One is left to wonder--if they used the standard, high performance topology in this op amp, why did they use the simple JFET stage in the first op amp?
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8 nV at 1kHz, low-capacitance, N-channel monolithic dual JFET.
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the leading manufacturer of silicon carbide (SiC) transistor technology for high-power, high-efficiency, harsh-environment power management and conversion applications, has announced a new 1700V/1400m silicon carbide JFET which simplifies start up circuit design in 3-phase auxiliary power supplies.
The company asserts its proprietary and patented self-aligned JFET chip design enables up to 10 times smaller die size when compared to silicon super-junction MOSFETs or the latest trench IGBTs.
After first releasing commercial 1200 V trench JFETs in 2008 - which are currently being used in volume production by many manufacturers of UPS, hi-rel products, audio systems and solar inverters - today SemiSouth is delivering industry's first 650 V silicon carbide JFET power transistors.