I'm really confused about how JFETs work. JFETS are usually significantly higher doped donor xor acceptor atoms.
My professor mentioned that MOSFETs usually have an oxide in between the the metal and semiconductor. One of the benefits of this oxide is that it prevents leakage (which I think it minority-carrier current correct?). Can someone explain why this is?
He then went on to say that suffers from leakage current. However if the JFET is so dominantly doped with one type(n or p), then this doesn't really matter, right? Can someone explain why I'm wrong please?
Any pointer to reference material is greatly appreciated as well!