Dictionary:Field-effect transistor (FET)
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A transistor whose integral operation is unipolar in nature; used in integrated circuits because of its small size, low-power dissipation, and low cost. A semiconducting device that uses a transverse electric field as input to vary its conductance and thus control its output current. Ideally it is a voltage-controlled current source.