29247Re: [coldwarcomms] Negative resistance vs. positive resistance?
- Dec 16, 2013Negative resistance is the property of some semiconductor devices where an increase in current results in a lower voltage drop across the device. (When you increase current through a resistor the voltage drop across the resistor increases as well.) Normally the phenomenon only occurs for a narrow range of operation, not the the full range of current that could be applied to the device. The name comes from the fact that the slope of the plotted current-voltage curve is negative in those current ranges where voltage drops instead of increases.--zawadaOn Sat, Dec 14, 2013 at 11:26 AM, <Radioman390@...> wrote:That should be gain, right?
But what is this?
I'm starting to think I live in a holographic universe after all.
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