gallium-arsenide field-effect transistor

gallium-arsenide field-effect transistor
galio arsenido lauko tranzistorius statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. gallium-arsenide field-effect transistor vok. Galiumarsenid-Feldeffekttransistor, m rus. полевой транзистор на арсениде галлия, m pranc. transistor à effet de champ en arséniure de gallium, m

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