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What are the differences between doped MOS and nondoped MOS?

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Can anyone tell me What are the differences between doped MOS and nondoped MOS?

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Re: What are the differences between doped MOS and nondoped

Never heard of such differentiation (with this wording). MOS circuits always need doping. But perhaps doped MOS refers to a native MOS transistor, which needs additional doping operations compared to a standard MOS transistor?
 

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Re: What are the differences between doped MOS and nondoped

Thanks Erikl.

I think the non-doped MOS might refer to the native MOS, with nearly zero threshold voltage, while the doped MOS refer to normal MOS.
 

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