unipolar transistor

unipolar transistor

[¦yü·nə′pō·lər tran′zis·tər]
(electronics)
A transistor that utilizes charge carriers of only one polarity, such as a field-effect transistor.
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It is also generally well known that ZCS is not good option for unipolar transistor structure, due to existence of high value of internal capacitances [1, 4, 6].