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A type of semiconductor field effect transistor used in integrated circuit technology that consumes very little power and can be highly miniaturized.

[m(etal)-o(xide)-s(emiconductor) f(ield)-e(ffect) t(ransistor).]


(Electronics) electronics metal-oxide-silicon field-effect transistor; a type of IGFET
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Voinigescu, "SiGe BiCMOS linear modulator drivers with 4.8-Vpp differential output swing for 120-GBaud applications," in Proceedings of the 2017IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium, RFIC 2017, pp.
Taking into account that the existing designs of controllable constant power generators are designed mostly in BiCMOS and bipolar technologies and that CMOS technology is the most popular and the cheapest technology so far, the goal of this work is the design of fully integrated controllable constant power generator in a pure CMOS technology.
These sensors are now manufactured with BiCMOS technology, a combination of bipolar junction transistor and complementary metal oxide semiconductor.
The company manufactures integrated circuits and its range of customisable process technologies include SiGe, BiCMOS, Mixed-Signal/CMOS, RF CMOS, CMOS Image Sensor, integrated Power Management (BCD & 700V) and MEMS.
The circuit, occupying an area of 1.9 [mm.sup.2], is fabricated in 0.13 [micro]m SiGe BiCMOS technology.
Thus, proposed resistor circuit can be used for BiCMOS applications.
TowerJazz manufactures integrated circuits with geometries ranging from 1.0 to 0.13-micron, offering a broad range of customizable process technologies including: SiGe, BiCMOS, Mixed-Signal and RFCMOS, CMOS Image Sensor, Power Management (BCD), and Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) as well as CMOS and MEMS capabilities.
The design method can be implemented on commercial CMOS or BiCMOS process and it also gives a good tradeoff among power consumption, phase noise, and tuning range etc.
ST's high-quality BiCMOS process has been used to achieve this advanced level of integration, while also meeting all key performance requirements.
Rochester is also authorized to re-create and manufacture the AMCC Q14000 Series BiCMOS logic arrays, Q5000 Series ECL/TTL logic arrays, Q1500 Series logic arrays, and the Q700 Series logic arrays.
The 130 nanometer (nm) SiGe bipolar complementary metal oxide semiconductor (BiCMOS) foundry technology offers 2x performance over the previous generation - and targets delivery of oscilloscopes with real-time bandwidth beyond 30 GHz.