CMOS


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CMOS

abbr.
complementary metal oxide semiconductor

CMOS

(ˈsiːmɒs)
acronym for
(Computer Science) complementary metal oxide silicon: CMOS memory.
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To date, the high-end DSC market has been dominated by more expensive CCDs because CMOS sensors have been unable to match CCDs in resolution and image quality.
The design expertise of e2v, combined with the high performance CMOS manufacturing capabilities of Tower Semiconductor, will result in a brand new generation of 'System on a Chip' sensors benefiting from high image quality as well as embedded capabilities.
Another way to improve CMOS performance is to increase the mobility of its positive charges, or holes, through the device channels.
These advanced 130-nm CMOS RFIC architectures, coupled with the application of innovative digital CMOS design techniques, enable Sirific's transceivers to achieve the highest levels of integration and performance with a reduction in current consumption.
Toshiba leads the semiconductor industry in the development of advanced process technology, including 90nm CMOS process technology for mass production of systems LSIs.
Tower Semiconductor is a recognized leader in providing high-performance CMOS image sensor processing technology and services," said Dr.
The SEMATECH expert workshop, "New Channel Materials Versus New Device Structures for Future MOSFET Technology," consisted of two blue-ribbon panels representing planar CMOS and FinFET design advocates, with speakers offering viewpoints on the advantages and challenges of their respective technologies.
There are about 20 CMOS sensor manufacturers worldwide, which can be classified into three categories.
What we've been able to do is combine conventional CMOS technology with nanoscale switching devices in a hybrid circuit to increase effective transistor density, reduce power dissipation, and dramatically improve tolerance to defective devices.
UNTERPREMSTAETTEN, Austria -- austriamicrosystems' (SWX:AMS) Full Service Foundry business unit announced today the industries first 50V High-Voltage CMOS process with embedded Flash.
35ym High-Voltage CMOS, High-Voltage CMOS embedded Flash and SiGe-BiCMOS processes, austriamicrosystems offers a cost-efficient and fast prototyping service on its specialty processes to foundry customers.