This book provides the reader with some insights into the many styles of field effect transistors (FETs) being used. It offers a rudimentary understanding of their operation and performance. The book explains the complex terminology that defines the various FET parameters.
Table of Contents
1. Identifying the Family of FETs 2. How They Work: In a Layman's Language 3. Interpreting the Symbols 4. Characterization, Part I: How Parameters Are Achieved 5. Characterization, Part II: Parameter Action and Reaction 6. Thermal Relationships and Their Impact on Performance 7. How to Read a Data Sheet and Understand What You are Reading 8. The Many Ways to Power Up FETs 9. Where Small-Signal FETs Are Found 10. Where Large-Signal FETs Are Found