Discussion :: Field Effect Transistors (FET) - True or False (Q.No.2)
A JFET can be either a current-controlled device or a voltage-controlled device.
Answer: Option A
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|Durdarsan said: (Mar 21, 2011)|
|Please give me proper ans.|
|Ranjith said: (Jul 11, 2011)|
|By giving the voltage for gate we can control the conductivity of the channel (source to drain).|
|Ajit said: (Aug 17, 2016)|
|JFET is a voltage controlled device.|
|Setsuna said: (Oct 9, 2016)|
|How is JFET a current controlled device?|
|Prashanth Kumar G N said: (Jul 26, 2017)|
|JFET can't be Current Controlled Device.
Junction Field Effect, due to applied voltage current is controlled.
|Shanvi said: (Feb 15, 2021)|
|It should be False,
JFET is the voltage controlled.
|Shanvi said: (Feb 28, 2021)|
|I agree with @Shanvi.
BJT are a current-controlled device while FET is a voltage controlled therefore it should be false that a JFET could be both current and voltage controlled.
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