The Bipolar Junction Transistor (Bjt) Is Similarly to the Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect
Transistor (Mosfet) In That It Is a Three-Terminal Semiconductor Device With Many Different Uses. In The
Design of Integrated Circuits (Ics), Which Contain Whole Circuits Manufactured on a Single Silicon Chip, The
Mosfet Has Become By Far the Most Extensively Used Electronic Device. Silicon (Si) Technology Is Used In
Cmos Processes Since It Is the Most Developed of the Semiconductor Technologies. In Addition to Being
The Most Inexpensive Semiconductor Material, Silicon Also Has the Advantage of Being Widely Available.
The Addition of a Small Number of Impurity Atoms Can Alter Its Characteristics. Most Power Mosfets
Prevent the Parasitic Bipolar Transistor from Turning on By Shorting the N+ Source P-Body Junction
Through the Source Metallization.