Enhanced Conduction Doped Insulator Load Resistor
Original Publication Date: 1980-Nov-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-14
Enhanced conduction doped insulators are disposed between two conductive elements to form a high impedance resistor. This type of resistor is particularly useful in field-effect transistor circuits as a load resistor, or as a pull-up resistor to avoid floating nodes, also to improve impedance control, and for non-linear powering of selected devices. Enhanced conduction doped insulators are described in U. S. Patents 3,972,059 and 4,104,675.