JFETS

AcronymDefinition
JFETSArmy's Joint Fires and Effects Trainer System
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To avoid changes in the operating points of the JFETs caused by changes in the supply voltage, and to minimize addition of noise from the power supply, a voltage of [+ or -]10 V is supplied to the input stage from a precision and very-low-noise cascaded regulator, receiving its input from four lithium-ion batteries.
Specific experiments supported by the CIB like a Silicon Carbide Junction Field Effect Transistor (SiC JFET) health monitoring and a solar cell health monitoring will be discussed.
The self-biased JFET complementary source-follower to the right of the folded cascode is of traditional design and is the simplest approach to building a complementary unity voltage gain output stage.
The LSK170 series of JFETs offers low noise at both high and low frequency with a narrow rang of IDSS and low capacitance.
Murakami, "SPDT Switch MMIC Using E-/D-mode GaAs JFETs for Personal Communications," GaAs IC Symposium, November 1992, pp.
will retrieve FETs, BiFETs, MOSFETs, MESFETs and JFETs.
Ion implantation of n-type impurities into semi-insulating GaAs is used to fabricate depletion-mode and enhancement-mode GaAs JFETs and MESFETs.
and Sandia National Laboratories' 6.5-kV SiC device and power module--the 6.5kV Enhancement-Mode Silicon Carbide JFET Switch--represents a high-voltage module based on reliable, normally off SiC JFETs.
Linear Integrated Systems announces the immediate availability of its LSK489 1.8 nV at 1kHz, low-capacitance, N-channel monolithic dual JFET. This is part of a family of ultra-low-noise, dual JFETs positioned to provide users better-performing, wider bandwidths and cheaper solutions for obtaining tighter IDSS (drain-source saturation current) matching and better thermal tracking than matching individual JFETs.
The analog active device library contains over 2000 models for low frequency BJTs, MOSFETs, JFETs and diodes.