Hello guys! In n channel mosfets saturation occurs when VDS>VGS-VTr
. When you turn on this mos nice, its drain to source resistance is less than one ohm. Then most if not all of the voltage will drop across RL. That means the drain will be near ground level. Then VDS wont be >VGS-VTr. In this circuit the mos can never be saturated, right? But if I were to replace the load with a led with say 4V turn on voltage, and I increace the supply voltage, since the voltage across the diode will always be 4V, there will come a moment when the drain voltage will be big enough and pinch off will occur and the mos will enter saturation. That right?
PS: Dont mind the red wire that is connecting the gate to ground, I didnt noticed the picture included it