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This is a Quicktime animation explanation of a MOSFET. Almost all electronics and appliances, including personal computers, contain millions of silicon MOSFETs on a thumbnail sized chip. The...
This page from Bart Van Zeghbroeck of the University of Colorado at Boulder explains optoelectronic transmitters/receivers. Components of the concept which are explained include signal transmission, electrical signal...
This interactive website from professor James A. Svoboda of Clarkson University describes a circuit that contains a Current Controlled Voltage Source (CCVS). The gain of the CCVS can be changed using the scrollbar.
This current divider produces an output current, Io, that is proportional to the input current, Is. The output current is measured using a ammeter. The input current is the current of the current source. The constant of...
MOSFETs are not new. In fact, production devices were first available in the mid-1960s. Today they are the most widely used transistor type in electronic circuits. While MOSFETs are covered in all electronic technology...
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