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p-channel

(P-CHANNEL MOS) A PMOS field effect transistor (FET). See FET and MOSFET.
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Devices represent p-channel MOSFETs fabricated in Al-gate process.
Integrated circuit developer AMD has announced that its researchers have created a high-performance transistor that is up to 30% faster than existing P-channel metal-oxide semiconductors.
Two types of MOS transistors - N-channel and P-channel - are made by this process using separate masking steps that introduce different dopant impurities into the MOS transistor structure.
CMOS Gilbert cell mixers can be implemented with either P-channel current source loads or polysilicon resistor loads.
Mp - PMOS transistor, PMOS - P-channel metal oxide semiconductor
Reverse battery structures using P-channel MOSFETs or relays can be used in the Vbat supply prior to the smart power devices.
N- and P-channel polarities are available in either package, designated by K or J, respectively, in the part number.
The 20V P-Channel Single NTLJS3113PT1G and the dual NTLJD3115PT1G devices are optimised for lithium-ion battery charging applications and are priced at USD0.30 and USD0.31 per unit, in 10,000 unit quantities.
In the 1970s, p-channel and later n-channel MOS field-effect transistors (NMOS) were the driving forces leading to much larger integration levels.
The AP9060's feedback loop maintains the clamped output voltage level by backing off the drive to its p-channel MOSFET switch.