OT: Occupations?

Tim Øsleby ti-oes at online.no
Tue Jan 2 15:21:00 EST 2007


Also used in audio systems. my little understanding is that the advantage
using them is that they are more efficient than other transistors, in other
word more power, less spill heat. 


Tim
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From: pdml-bounces at pdml.net [mailto:pdml-bounces at pdml.net] On Behalf Of Mat
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Subject: Re: OT: Occupations?

On 1/2/07, Shel Belinkoff <scbelinkoff at earthlink.net> wrote:
> What's a MOSFET?

A type of transistor. Notably used in the amplifier stages in digital
cameras, between the CCD sites and the analog to digital converters.
Changing the bias level of a MOSFET is a common way to change the gain
of the device, which would effect a change in the ISO sensitivity of
the camera.

I could get more technical... :-)

-Mat

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