avalanche-induced migration

avalanche-induced migration

[′av·ə‚lanch in¦düsd ‚mī′grā·shən]
(electronics)
A technique of forming interconnections in a field-programmable logic array by applying appropriate voltages for shorting selected base-emitter junctions.
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