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Hi to all,
I will like to know about some good books about Theory and Design with MOSFETS.
Hi Gaston - Jacek Korec from Texas Instruments will have a book titled, Low Voltage Power MOSFETs: Design, Performance and Applications, published in a month or so with Springer Publishing Company. Feel free to check here at this time: http://www.springerpub.com/.
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There are also some contributed articles that you may find of interest:
Hi everyone - this book is now available to order. For more information on how to order, check out this blog post.
I would like to know the working of below pass mosfet (used in enhancement mode).
I am using a wide range input from 3.14V to 200Volts Vin with load current of 0.2mA at 3.3V. The zener is used for regulation at 5.1V. The Vin inturn is connected to LP2985 to get vout = 3.3V.
I have seen this circuit in many places, in such wide input voltage application. The vz = 5.1V with test current of 3mA.
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Are you asking if the FET can handle these conditions?
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