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64. 

Name the terminals of an FET.

[A]. Drain, Gate, Source
[B]. Positive, Negative, Neutral
[C]. Anode, Cathode, Triode
[D]. Emitter, Base, Collector

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

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Ratnesh said: (Oct 23, 2015)  
The FET's three terminals are:

Source (S) , through which the carriers enter the channel. Conventionally, current entering the channel at S is designated by IS.

Drain (D), through which the carriers leave the channel. Conventionally, current entering the channel at D is designated by ID. Drain-to-source voltage is VDS.

Gate (G), the terminal that modulates the channel conductivity. By applying voltage to G, one can control ID.

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