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Kevin Weddle

bipolar transistors

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BJTs have the following advantages over MOSFETS:

  • The input is not capacitive.
  • They're cheaper.
  • The turn-on voltage is only 0.6V which means they can be used in very low voltage circuits <1V.
  • They have a higher gain.
  • BJTs are more resistant to ESD than MOSFETs.


I've answered your question under the condition that you don't fill the rest of the thread with random comments which are often incorrect. If you want to ask more questions then you're free to do so but please make it clear what you're asking.


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