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depletion region[də′plē·shən ‚rē·jən]
The portion of the channel in a metal oxide field-effect transistor in which there are no charge carriers.
depletion regionIn a transistor, the area where P-type silicon (holes) and N-type silicon (excess electrons) meet. See depletion mode.
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At equilibrium, the dispersion in the good region of a DPD is a "5" whereas it is usually a "1" in the bridging and depletion regions
Fully depleted means that the top silicon is thinner (50nm or less) than the depletion width beneath the channel and the depletion region
extends to the buried oxide.