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MOSFET Pinch Off Voltage

In a MOSFET, What does the pinch off voltage refers to?
Asked by: dilip kumar k | Member Since Mar-2010 | Asked on: Mar 9th, 2010

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The voltage at which the current flow between source and drain is blocked because the channel between these electrodes is completely depleted.

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Pinch-off voltage refers to the maximum gate current applied to MOSFET to increase the depletion layer between source and drain.

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Answered On : Oct 7th, 2010

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Pinch off voltage is the excess voltage Vds applied which limits the current flowing into drain.. at that point the current saturates...and the o/p current remains constant.

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