silicon resistor

silicon resistor

[′sil·ə·kən ri′zis·tər]
(electronics)
A resistor using silicon semiconductor material as a resistance element, to obtain a positive temperature coefficient of resistance that does not appreciably change with temperature; used as a temperature-sensing element.
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He used a planar transistor, back-to-back pn junctions for isolation, diode-isolated silicon resistors, and Si[O.sub.2] insulation with evaporated metal wiring on top.