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Base

A technical analysis tool. A chart pattern depicting the period when the supply and demand of a certain stock are in relative equilibrium, resulting in a narrow trading range. The merging of the support level and resistance level.

Base

In technical analysis, a situation in which the support level and the resistance level are roughly the same for a given (usually long) period of time. That is, a base occurs when a security trades only in a very narrow range. A base indicates that the supply and demand for a security are at an equilibrium. This means that the security is unlikely to be bullish or bearish in the near future.
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Cho's device is capable of two electronically stable and reliable intermediate states between 0 and 1, boosting the number of logic values per transistor from two to three or four.
Considering a saturation voltage of transistor [??], current limitation is defined by expression (9)
At the bias point [V.sub.GS] [greater than or equal to] [V.sub.T], the conducting channel between the drain and source is fully present and the embedded transistor's effective operating region switches from subthreshold to linear.
The size limit also places a restriction on the number of transistors that can be placed in an integrated circuit, thereby threatening the survival of Moore's Law - which states that the number of transistors in a semiconductor circuit doubles every two years - and crimping processor speeds.
The delay incurred in the propagation is further reduced by efficient transistor sizing and deliberate incorporation of strong transmission gates.
Thus, wider transistors with higher on-currents are obtained by using multiple fins.
LECTOR makes use of two leakage control transistors (LCTs) that are connected between the PUN and PDN.
According to Intel, the new transistors will use 50 percent less power, conduct more current and improve performance by around 37 percent as compared to the 32-nm planar transistors.
The gas transistor is made up of a membrane with pores that are filled with liquid crystal and light-sensitive dye.
They cite the recent development of nanowire transistors and transistor-simulation tools.
The other defines the specific design style at transistor level to implement the one-bit full adder.