Drain current of n-type MOSFET starts to linearly increase with drain voltage (for a fixed, positive gate voltage of greater than threshold voltage). By using the equation I=A n q v, can you explain why drain current linearly increases with drain voltage?
Hint) Velocity linearly increases with electric field, with a proportionality constant of mobility
Hint) Electric field is given by voltage divided by channel length
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Drain current of n-type MOSFET starts to linearly increase with drain voltage (for a fixed, positive...
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