21st November 2019


What is the difference between unipolar and bipolar transistors?

bjt (bipolar junction transistor) is a bipolar device involving both types of charge carriers ,where as fet field effect transistor) is a unipolar device involving only one type of charge carrier.the main difference is that bjt is current controller device and fet is voltage controller device.

What is the difference between mosfet and FET?

A MOSFET is a type of FET. It stands for "metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor". All MOSFETs are FETs, not all FETs are MOSFETs. But the term is so common that things that are not actually MOSFETs are still called "MOSFETs", so there isn't really much difference; the terms are kind of interchangeable.
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