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The inverted-T field-effect transistor (ITFET) is a type of field effect transistor invented by Leo Mathew at Freescale Semiconductor. Part of the device extends vertically from the horizontal plane in an inverted T shape, hence the name.
- Freescale upends thinking on transistor channels (EE Times, December 5, 2005)
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