Static Induction Transistor Symbol

Static Induction Transistor Symbol(SIT):

An Static Induction Transistor Symbol is a high-power high-frequency device and is essentially the solid state version of triode vacuum tube. It was commercially introduced by Tokin Corp, Japan, in 1987. The device symbol is shown in Fig. 11.9.Static Induction Transistor Symbol

The triode-like characteristics make the device suitable, both in active and switching modes. The device has been used in audio, VHF/UHF and microwave amplifiers. The reliability, noise and radiation hardness of SIT are claimed to be superior to MOSFET.  This device is normally on, that is in the absence of any base signal the SIT conducts.

The general features of SIT are given in Table 11.2.

1.High frequency high power vacuum triode-like device (1500 V, 180 A)

2.Switching speed faster than MOSFET (tON = 0.35μs,tOFF = 0.35μs)

3.Lower gate-to-source capacitance and resistance

4.SOA limited by Tj

5.Easy paralleling of devices

6.Not good for general PE applications

MORE RELATED ARTICLE

COPYRIGHT © 2014 TO 2018 EEEGUIDE.COM ALL RIGHTS RESERVED | HOME | SITEMAP | CONTACT US | ABOUT US | PRIVACY POLICY | Frontier Theme