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Synonyms for FET

a transistor in which most current flows in a channel whose effective resistance can be controlled by a transverse electric field

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The FET_Traces project profits from the expertise of the proposers who have carried out the project Boosting the Exploratory Power of Open Research in Future and Emerging Technologies for the FET Open unit between 2011 and 2012 and from the expertise of the proposers with other impact assessments of national and European research programmes.
Following the deployment, FET will have a single, real-timecharging engine and a single product catalog to allow therapid introduction of real-time prepaid and postpaidservices and bundles.
Antony further said 'the Air Headquarters, after examining the matter, responded that the conduct of FET abroad would have no shortfalls in the evaluation process, the trial team was fully competent to carry out the task assigned to it and that there were benefits of speedier execution of trials and exploiting the facilities of the vendors at their Flight Test Centres'.
To prevent this from happening, the time when the second FET switches off is delayed, while the first FET is turned on more quickly.
Order samples and an evaluation module of the new GaN FET driver: www.
There are several options for locating the FET insert.
A ZSK twin-screw extruder with a 240 mm screw diameter for the processing of polyolefin powders was fitted with an FET system.
Chen, AUO's CEO and president, said: "FED technology will be an appropriate fit especially for the high-end market needs such as medical or broadcast displays Kwith its successful cooperation with FET, AUO intends to utilize FET's resources of FED technology to commercialize products, which will hopefully benefit our customers and end consumers.
The FET is reported quarterly by filing Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return.
Although some theorists had previously proposed that Y junctions might act as FETs, researchers don't yet know what characteristics of the nanotubes--perhaps their shape or the iron-titanium particles--are responsible for their transistor function.
This refund arose in 2006 when the Internal Revenue Service announced that the 3% FET would no longer apply to certain telecommunications services and that businesses and individuals were eligible for a refund for FET payments paid on these services over an historical timeframe in excess of 36 months.
The consultation is structured under two themes: research direction in FET and arguments for the importance of this research.
UN) announced on November 29, 2006 that as a result of minimal number of exchangeable shares outstanding, FET Resources Ltd.
Minister of Higher Education and Training, Dr Blade Nzimande, will officially hand over the allocation certificates to the Principals of the Colleges with funding that came from the National Skills Fund (NSF) to support the expansion and growth of the FET sector, support skills development in the key growth sectors of the economy and support capacity building.
The purpose of this development board is to simplify the evaluation process of the EPC2007 eGaN FET by including all the critical components on a single board that can be easily connected into any existing converter.