field-effect transistor definition

  • noun:
    • A transistor where production current is controlled by a variable electric industry.
    • a transistor which most up to date flows in a channel whose efficient resistance are managed by a transverse electric field
    • A transistor in which the production up-to-date is controlled by a variable electric area.
    • A transistor in which the result up-to-date is controlled by a variable electric industry.
    • a transistor for which most current flows in a channel whoever effective weight may be controlled by a transverse electric area
    • a transistor in which most current flows in a channel whoever efficient opposition may be controlled by a transverse electric area
    • A transistor in which the production present is controlled by a variable electric field.
    • A transistor when the result present is controlled by a variable electric industry.
    • A transistor where the production present is controlled by a variable electric industry.
    • a transistor where most current flows in a channel whose effective resistance can be controlled by a transverse electric field
    • a transistor in which most current flows in a channel whoever effective resistance may be controlled by a transverse electric field
    • a transistor which most up to date flows in a channel whoever efficient opposition may be controlled by a transverse electric field

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