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CMOS

abbr.
complementary metal oxide semiconductor
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CMOS

(ˈsiːmɒs)
acronym for
(Computer Science) complementary metal oxide silicon: CMOS memory.
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This is primarily because of the contribution that it has made to reducing the leakage of power by the C-MOS design, sub-100-nm.
Vadalia further explained, "The enhanced MAPS[TM] HD now has the capability of QOS (C-MOS,L-MOS, PacketLoss etc) calculation on received traffic.
A built-in electro-optical shutter for dark-signal pixel offset compensation increases the linear dynamic range of the C-MOS diode array detector.
The new imager uses complementary metal oxide semiconductors--more commonly known as C-MOS. These chips are known for low power consumption and smaller size.
dpiX converted a former 300,000-square- foot C-MOS factory in Colorado Springs into a state-of-the-art clean-room manufacturing facility for digital x-ray sensors.
The device's output is C-MOS drive level and can fanout to up to 15 IC gates.
In the first remodeling of the Accord sedan and station wagon in five years, the added Honda Intelligent Driver Support System reduces the control burden on drivers via a C-MOS camera and front-mounted radar that monitors vehicles ahead, the carmaker said.
Lucent Technologies has licensed ARM's microprocessor technology for its 0.25 micron C-MOS process.
Hamamatsu's C7410 flat panel sensor is an innovative X-ray imaging device that combines a C-MOS image sensor, fiber optic scintillator (FOS), ICs and control circuits to produce high-quality images at a TV scan rate.