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  • Operation and Modeling of the MOS Transistor
    Operation and Modeling of the MOS Transistor. Geared toward advanced electrical engineering students, this extensive text provides a unified treatment of the operation and modeling of the MOS transistor, the key element of most modern microelectronic chips.
  • Resource: Unijunction Transistor Tutorial
    The unijunction transistor(UJT) is a three terminal device with characteristics very different from the conventional 2 junction, bipolar transistor. It is a pulse generator with the trigger or control signal applied at the emitter .
  • Quantum Transport: Atom to Transistor
    Quantum Transport: Atom to Transistor. Written for senior and graduate students, this book presents the conceptual framework underlying the atomistic theory of matter, emphasizing aspects that relate to current flow, including advanced concepts of non-equilibrium quantum statistical mechanics.
  • Technical Article: Bipolar Transistor Tutorial
    Bipolar transistors, having 2 junctions, are 3 terminal semiconductor devices. The three terminals are emitter, collector, and base. A transistor can be either NPN or PNP. See the schematic...
  • Single electron toggles transistor on and off
    the electrodes. Each time the arm touches the source, a single electron hops on the tip, where its presence is detected, signifying a "1 " state. The arm then carries the electron to the drain. Conventional transistors require hundreds of thousands of electrons to flow for the transistor to flip from
  • JFET Application Note: Reset Transistor
    In JFETs designed primarily for silicon drift detectors and Si(Li) detectors,. the reset transistor is configured as shown in Figure 1, with the base. shorted to the source, the collector shorted to the gate, and the emitter. connected to the reset pad. Since the gate-source JFET junction
  • Microwave Field-Effect Transistors: Theory, Design, and Applications
    Microwave Field-Effect Transistors: Theory, Design, and Applications. This text covers the use of devices in microwave circuits and includes topics such as semiconductor theory and transistor performance, CAD considerations, intermodulation, noise figure, S-parameter mapping, narrow- and broadband
  • Reset Transistor JFET Application Note
    The Moxtek JFET chips include a secondary PNP "reset transistor" which can be used to remove charge that accumulates on the JFET gate. An example of this is in the front-end electronics of x-ray detectors. Depending on the type of charge that accumulates on the gate (positive or negative

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