BiCMOS technology


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BiCMOS technology

[¦bī′sē‚mȯs tek‚näl·ə·jē]
(electronics)
An integrated circuit technology that combines bipolar transistors and CMOS devices on the same chip.
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SiGe BiCMOS technology has been widely used in telecommunications integrated chip (IC) designs because of its superior performance compared with the silicon BiCMOS and GaAs technologies.
According to Alcatel the SiGE-based BiCMOS technology almost doubles the speed of BiCMOS technology, reducing power consumption.
Greenberg, SiGe BiCMOS Technology for RF/Analog/Mixed-signal Applications," IEEE RFIC Symposium, WSA02B Workshop, June 2000.