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FET

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FET

abbreviation for
(Electronics) field-effect transistor
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Noun1.FET - a transistor in which most current flows in a channel whose effective resistance can be controlled by a transverse electric field
electronic transistor, junction transistor, transistor - a semiconductor device capable of amplification
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Later in the paper a lower power GaAs MESFET will also be used to demonstrate the accuracy and generality of the modeling approach described.
As seen from Figure 13, the results obtained for the GaN HEMT-based PA are again similar to the ones observed for the GaAs MESFET and Si BJT.
An additional benefit of this new Class A/B SiC MESFET process versus our previous Class A process is that the power added efficiency under rated conditions increases from 38% to greater than 44% at P1dB.
GaAs LSI devices and eventually LSI logic circuits, based on either JFET or MESFET technology, should be capable of operating up to about [10.
The performance advantages of higher power ratings, higher linear efficiency and higher gain, combined with a reduced footprint, offer dramatic advantages when compared to GaAs MESFET transistors or TWT amplifiers.
In the experiment presented herein, the dependence of the results on the delay factor in IV measurements made using a Keithley 4200 DC parameter analyzer is explored for GaAs MESFET and Si MOSFET example devices.
The typical standard MESFET structures for MMIC integration can provide f[Tau]s up to 25GHz with gate lengths of 0.
In addition, because this device operates at higher voltages than GaAs MESFETs (e.
SiC MESFETs offer greater efficiency, greater power density, and wider bandwidths.
This robust and multi-function E-/D-mode pHEMT process named TQPED is leveraging off of TriQuint foundry's success and wide spread use of the E-/D-mode MESFET process with the moniker TQTRX.
Both of these GaAs MESFET MMICs feature 67 and 62 dB of isolation at 1 and 2 GHz, respectively, with a non-reflective topology.