field-effect transistor








noun Electronics.

  1. a transistor in which the output current is varied by varying the value of an electric field within a region of the device. Abbreviation: FET

noun

  1. a unipolar transistor consisting of three or more electrode regions, the source, one or more gates, and the drain. A current flowing in a channel between the highly doped source and drain is controlled by the electric field arising from a voltage applied between source and gateAbbreviation: FET See also JFET, IGFET

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