triode transistor

triode transistor

[′trī‚ōd tran′zis·tər]
(electronics)
A transistor that has three terminals.
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This multi feedback ring oscillator can correctly control output swing, although it has a disadvantage that the power noise characteristic is bad because an output is linked to a power line directly through a small impedance triode transistor. To reduce an output swing is a clamping of output voltage of diode is other method.