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n-channel

[′en ‚chan·əl]
(electronics)
A conduction channel formed by electrons in an n-type semiconductor, as in an n-type field-effect transistor.
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n-channel

(N-CHANNEL MOS) An NMOS field effect transistor (FET). See FET and MOSFET.
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