In a field-effect transistor
with a control p-n junction, a plate-crystal made of a semiconductor (for example, with n-conductivity) is used, at the opposite ends of which there is an electrode-source and an electrode-drain included in the controlled circuit of the device.
In this paper, we developed a graphene field-effect transistor
(G-FET) biosensor using graphene as an electric channel.
Lu, "ZnO nanowire field-effect transistor
and oxygen sensing property," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
[29.] V K Khanna, "Advances in chemical sensors, biosensors and microsystems based on ion-sensitive field-effect transistor
", Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics, vol.
Transistors, particularly a variety called metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors
, or MOSFETs, are building blocks of the electronic age.
Sakharova, "AlGaAs-GaAs heterostructure [delta]-doped field-effect transistor
On the basis magneticreactive effect the theoretical fundamentalses and methods of build-up of magnetic transducers are designed which take into account influence of a magnetic field to allocation of density of injected carriers of charge in the basis of bipolar and channel field-effect transistors
, which diagrammatize transducers.
* Increased system efficiency and a reduction in power dissipation when used with a low drain-to-source resistance in an N-channel metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor
It operates based on the principles of chemical recognition of C[O.sub.2] gas by a polymer-coated CNT/ silicon field-effect transistor
. When C[O.sub.2] gas is present, the characteristics of the polymer layer are altered.
Ulsan, South Korea, Dec 18, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) announced a method for the mass production of boron/nitrogen co-doped graphene nanoplatelets, which led to the fabrication of a graphene-based field-effect transistor
(FET) with semiconducting nature.
Ramesh, "Ferroelectric field-effect transistor
with a Sr[Ru.sub.x][Ti.sub.1-x][O.sub.3] channel," Applied Physics Letters, vol.