channel effect

channel effect

[′chan·əl i′fekt]
(electronics)
A leakage current flowing over a surface path between the collector and emitter in some types of transistors.
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This nano level reduction will causes some problems such as short channel effect, high leakage power consumption, large parametric variation and apparent quantum effects [7].
Ceteris paribus, if a bank contracts its supply of installment loans, the revolving component may still increase as consumers rely on those loans to offset the traditional lending channel effect.
35[micro]mCMOS technology the pMOS transistors must be sized using short channel effect (SCE) (Zeki&Kuntman, 2000) and nMOS transistors using reverse short channel effect (RSCE) (Dragoi, 2010).
Viewers who suffer from the History Channel Effect are unable to recognize the value-laden ideological perspectives in most documentary-style videos.
The channel effect on the quality of signal is a problem in transmission that should be considered in a communication system.
The other side was the same, except the middle of it was left untouched for that channel effect.
2) The channel effect did not work well for at least two of the four French tests in the USA.
Excellent short channel effect (SCE) immunity high trans conductance and ideal sub threshold factor have been providing by many theoretical and new studies on this device.
This reveals specific signal and channel effects and impairments that allow engineers to quickly gain needed insight and get their product to market.
However, the scaling of CMOS technology reaches its limit due to the short channel effects.
Furthermore, they are less sensitive to short channel effects such as velocity saturation.
After preprocessing of received signal a set of different features are extracted from the received signal which may be corrupted by channel noise or may be undergone some channel effects.

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