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The tunnel diode – a forgotten switching-speed champion

Tunnel diodes were extensively used in 70s amplifiers, high-speed pulse circuits and oscillators. In later years, the tunnel diode could no longer compete with other devices, such as bipolar junction transistors that offered better speed and low power.

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