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hi...

why does a p-channel JFET differ from an n-channel JFET?

what is the difference between them?
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The p-channel has all the voltages and currents in the other direction.
The p-channel is complementary to the n-channel.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JFET
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hi...

why does a p-channel JFET differ from an n-channel JFET?

what is the difference between them?

The positives ('p') and negatives ('n') are swapped in the substrate.

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thanx guys
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