field effect transistor


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field effect transistor

n. Abbr. FET
A transistor in which the output current is controlled by a variable electric field.
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GaAs Optical Field Effect Transistor (OPFET): A High Performance Photodetector for Automotive Applications," SAE Int.
Unlike standard transistors, which are like driving a car over a hill, the tunneling field effect transistor is more like tunneling through a hill, said Sean Rommel, associate professor of electrical and microelectronic engineering.
Another group of researchers at IBM, for instance, theorizes that in terms of logic applications, carbon nanotube field effect transistors may compete with silicon MOSFETs due to advancements in contact technology.
The G2 series of relays are comprised of art LED input and metal oxide semiconductor, field effect transistor (MOSFET) output.
It is possible now to interface individual neurons with silicon microstructures in both directions," they say, "from silicon to neuron, by stimulation of a [membrane] spot, and from neuron to silicon, using a metalfree field effect transistor.
In a research handbook on nanotechnology-related sensor modeling, electrical and electronic engineers and other contributors explore such topics as silicene nanoribbons and nanopores for nanoelectronic devices and applications, the development of a gas sensor model for detecting nitrogen dioxide molecules adsorbed on defect-free nanotubes, graphene-based biosensors: graphene based electrolyte gated graphene field effect transistors, ion-sensitive field effect transistor (ISFET) based on carbon materials: the emerging potentials of nanostructured carbon-base ISFET with high sensitivity, and wireless nanosensor networks: prospects and challenges.
After a review of carbon-based materials concepts and basic physics, some areas explored include carbon nanotube field effect transistor models, graphene nanoribbon field effect transistors, bilayer and trilayer graphene nanoribbon transport modeling, and silicon nanowire field effect transistor modeling.
HVVi Semiconductors introduced its High Frequency, High Voltage Vertical Field Effect Transistor (HVVFET) architecture.
The book deals with MOS field effect transistor (MOSFET) models that are derived from basic semiconductor theory.
The 24-volt electric stacker is engineered with metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) and separately excited motor (SEM) technologies.

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