What is BJT? BJT (bipolar junction transistor) are widely used an amplifier, oscillator, switch etc. It is a current-driven device (MOSFET is voltage driven), the output current is equal to the input current times a factor which is called Gain. A basic BJT has three pins: the Base, Collector, and Emitter. Read More
For many people who aren’t familiar with electronics often struggle to decide whether to use BJT or MOSFET in their projects. In this article I will explain the differences between BJT and MOSFET and help you decide which one is more suitable for your application.