BICMOS


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BICMOSBipolar Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
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We are extremely pleased that Motorola has once again chosen Atmel as a worthy supplier of advanced RF BiCMOS process technology.
Fujitsu uses the trench isolation technique in its BiCMOS processes in order to minimise crosstalk and allow suitable functioning in high frequency circuits.
Jazz Semiconductor is an independent wafer foundry primarily focused on specialty CMOS process technologies, including High Voltage CMOS, SiGe BiCMOS and RFCMOS for the manufacture of highly integrated analog and mixed-signal semiconductor devices.
13um SiGe BiCMOS processes; SBL13, which supports a low cost bipolar module for higher levels of digital integration coupled with analog and RF features for low cost wireless products, and SBC13, a fully featured SiGe BiCMOS process for higher performance, more highly integrated products.
Jazz Semiconductor is an independent wafer foundry focused primarily on specialty CMOS process technologies, including High Voltage CMOS, SiGe BiCMOS, and RFCMOS for the manufacture of highly integrated analog and mixed-signal semiconductor devices.
Jazz currently offers successive generations of its SiGe BiCMOS process, which supports the features that will facilitate TechnoConcepts' innovative designs as we focus on capturing market share in our next generation products," said Turgeon.
The ability of Jazz to bring Silicon Germanium (SiGe) BiCMOS to the mainstream foundry marketplace has enabled Micro Linear to enter new markets at aggressive price points, with higher performance than can be achieved with competing solutions.
austriamicrosystems' business unit Full Service Foundry has successfully positioned itself in the mixed-signal foundry market offering well-established RF CMOS, High-Voltage CMOS, BiCMOS and SiGe-BiCMOS processes.
18-micron silicon germanium BiCMOS (SiGe BiCMOS) process for the design and manufacturing of the GNR1040, a key ingredient for enabling the high performance and low power consumption.