Bipolar Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
A hybrid semiconductor technology that combines complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) and bipolar circuitry. See bipolar and CMOS.
(n.) Bi-polar CMOS. BiCMOS is a merger of ECL and CMOS wafer processes allowing both types of circuit to exist on the same chip. This gives the advantage of the small feature size and large scale integration of CMOS with ECL's high power, fast driver circuits.
A technology in which the function of each logic gate is implemented using low-power CMOS, while the output stage is implemented using high-drive bipolar transistors
A process with both CMOS and bipolar transistors on one die.
Bipolar CMOS. A type of semiconductor design that utilizes both bipolar and CMOS technologies. The logic gate is primarily made of CMOS, but its output stage uses bipolar transistors which can handle higher current.
(pronounced by-see-moss) This process combines CMOS transistors with bipolar transistors. It is used in mixed signal design to provide high performance op amps and in cases where high current or high voltage IO is required. It is more expensive than straight CMOS because extra masks are required.
a semiconductor technology combining bipolar and CMOS devices on one integrated circuit.
BiPolar Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductors. A relatively new process that combines bipolar and CMOS technologies on the same chip, yielding products with the benefits of both technologies.