A monolithic semiconductor-amplifying device in which a high-impedance GATE electrode controls the flow of current carriers through a thin bar of semiconductor called the CHANNEL ___

A monolithic semiconductor-amplifying device in which a high-impedance GATE electrode controls the flow of current carriers through a thin bar of semiconductor called the CHANNEL.

Ohmic connections made to the ends of the channel constitute SOURCE and DRAIN electrodes.

A. BJT
B. UJT
C. FET
D. UPT

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Answer: C

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