Dallas Arbiter - Tremface

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Re: Dallas Arbiter - Tremface

Postby Nocentelli » 06 Oct 2011, 20:59

R.G. wrote:The source and drain are interchangeable on almost all low frequency small signal devices like the 5485.


Well now, that's very interesting from the point of view of doing vero layouts for multiple jfet-based overdrives: so as long as the gate is connected as per schematic, I could pick whichever orientation of source/drain best fits the layout?
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Re: Dallas Arbiter - Tremface

Postby R.G. » 08 Oct 2011, 00:51

Nocentelli wrote:Well now, that's very interesting from the point of view of doing vero layouts for multiple jfet-based overdrives: so as long as the gate is connected as per schematic, I could pick whichever orientation of source/drain best fits the layout?

It's worth checking the datasheet for the devices you'll use. Many of them flatly say that the drain and source are interchangeable.
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Re: Dallas Arbiter - Tremface

Postby modman » 13 Apr 2017, 01:07

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