Both are significant, the main difference between BJT and MOSFET (besides the physical structure of the devices) is the method of control, i.e. what is explicitly responsible for the transistor-action - current for BJT and voltage for MOSFET. In any transistor you must take account of current and voltage characteristics to fully understand the device operation.Thanks,
But does it mean that voltage and current are insignifcant in Transistor and MOSFET respectively??
Bit confused. Could it be a little bit more elaborate.
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