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    Dual gate mosfet, more information about this device?

    According to this paper http://www.hamanuals.com/S1/CX7/Articles/Mosfet.pdf a dual gate mosfet has significant advantages over common transistors and mosfets.

    It seems that information on the internet is quite limited. Any information about biasing, characteristics, examples in circuits will be valuable.

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    Re: Dual gate mosfet, more information about this device?

    Hi Neazoi
    Usually a dual gate mosfet , will be used in RF applications . for example in a mixer or in an IF amplifier stage . it is enough that you consider it as two mosftes .
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    Re: Dual gate mosfet, more information about this device?

    Quote Originally Posted by goldsmith View Post
    Hi Neazoi
    Usually a dual gate mosfet , will be used in RF applications . for example in a mixer or in an IF amplifier stage . it is enough that you consider it as two mosftes .
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    That's two mosfets connected as a cascode configuration?

    What about dynamic range, the paper states that it is much better, but this paper if of the 60's



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    Re: Dual gate mosfet, more information about this device?

    That's two mosfets connected as a cascode configuration?
    Hi again
    Of course .


    hat about dynamic range, the paper states that it is much better, but this paper if of the 60's
    I agree , that , that paper is too old , what do you need to know about dynamic range , exactly ?
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    Re: Dual gate mosfet, more information about this device?

    Quote Originally Posted by goldsmith View Post
    Hi again
    Of course .



    I agree , that , that paper is too old , what do you need to know about dynamic range , exactly ?
    The ability to handle very small and quite large signals simultaneously, without significant intermodulation distortion.
    I was having the legendary bf981 in mind...



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