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A type of semiconductor field effect transistor used in integrated circuit technology that consumes very little power and can be highly miniaturized.

[m(etal)-o(xide)-s(emiconductor) f(ield)-e(ffect) t(ransistor).]


(Electronics) electronics metal-oxide-silicon field-effect transistor; a type of IGFET
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To serve these markets, Omron announced several new products at the symposium, including several new radio frequency (RF) relays with low power consumption, a new line of MOS FET relays that measure a remarkably tiny 1.
CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) is a logic circuit that combines N-channel MOS FET and P channel MOS FET.