Unformatted text preview: process. A bipolar transistor has a base, emitter and a collector electrodes, and is a current controlled device with a low input impedance. This type of transistor is used as an amplifier and is also a key component in high-speed integrated circuits. As for the field effect transistor goes, what it is is a unipolar device, as its conducting process involves only one kind of charge carrier. A field effectr transistor has a gate and a source....
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- Transistor, bipolar transistor