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'[EE] Zero threshold voltage MOSFET'
The Holy Grail of MOSFETS is now available - dual or quad devices which can
be programmed (or are programmed at the factory) for a zero gate threshold
voltage (to a precision of 2mV).
Article claims that circuits running on a supply voltage of 20mV are now
practicable (which adds a whole new meaning to running on a flat battery).
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|> The Holy Grail of MOSFETS is now available - dual or quad devices
> which can
> be programmed (or are programmed at the factory) for a zero gate
> voltage (to a precision of 2mV).
> Article claims that circuits running on a supply voltage of 20mV are
> practicable (which adds a whole new meaning to running on a flat
Sounds pretty useful to me.
I'll take 100 :-):
They say: With CMOS, EPAD programming can set thresholds from
0.01 V to - 0.01 V with an offset voltage of just 2 mV. Thus, the
zero-threshold MOSFET can be classified as either an enhancement-mode
device (when operated above the threshold voltage) or a depletion-mode
device (when operated at or below threshold voltage).
The quad and dual MOSFET arrays have part numbers ALD110800 and
ALD110900. Their gate threshold voltage is 0.0 V 0.01 V at 1 microamp.
Pricing starts at 91 cents each in quantities of 1,000 pieces.
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