diffused-alloy transistor

diffused-alloy transistor

[də¦fyüzd ′al‚ȯi tran′zis·tər]
(electronics)
A transistor in which the semiconductor wafer is subjected to gaseous diffusion to produce a nonuniform base region, after which alloy junctions are formed in the same manner as for an alloy-junction transistor; it may also have an intrinsic region, to give a pnip unit. Also known as drift transistor.
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