What is the difference between an IGBT and a MOSFET?

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An IGBT is a device that has a basic structure of a P-layer added to the drain side of a MOSFET. An IGBT is suited for large-current and high withstand-voltage applications. A MOSFET is suited for small-capacity and high-speed switching applications.

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