The metal-oxide-semiconductor-field-effect transistor (MOSFET) is a field-effect transistor which is often created by the controlled oxidation of silicon. A MOSFET is a semiconductor device which is most commonly used in power electronics. A semiconductor is composed of a material that doesn’t act as an insulator or a conductor and both of these properties can be controlled. A transistor is a bipolar device that is created by combining a positive and a negative material. It has three terminals: the collector, the emitter, and the base. MOSFETs are bipolar, but metal oxide insulators are added to enhance performance. The terminals in a MOSFET are called the source, the drain, and the gate. “Field effect” describes the method that is used to control the current flowing through the device. In a MOSFET, as the temperature increases, its ability to conduct current decreases. It creates a natural balance because if one device begins to create more current, it will heat up and cause the current to decrease and both devices will level out.
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