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In which region is the operating point stable in tunnel diodes? 

(1) Negative-resistance (2) Positive-resistance (3) Both negative- and positive-resistance (4) Neither negative- nor positive-resistance

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In Negative-resistance region is the operating point stable in tunnel diodes.

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