bipolar circuit

bipolar circuit

[bī′pō·lər ′sər·kət]
(electronics)
A logic circuit in which zeros and ones are treated in a symmetric or bipolar manner, rather than by the presence or absence of a signal; for example, a balanced arrangement in a square-loop-ferrite magnetic circuit.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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For a current-mode bipolar circuit condition (6) is always fulfilled ([V.sub.1]=[V.sub.2]=VT) leading to current mirrors and amplifiers that always operate linearly in large signal domain.
Unlike the NMOS or BIPOLAR circuits, the CMOS circuit has virtually no static power dissipation.
Unlike NMOS or bipolar circuits, a CMOS circuit has almost no static power dissipation.
Washio, "7.7-ps CML Using Selective-epitaxial SiGe HBTs," Proceedings of the Bipolar Circuits and Technologies Meeting, 1998, pp.
Much more power is available with bipolar circuits and the premium is not nearly so great.
Abidi, "CMOS-only RF and Baseband Circuits for a Monolithic 900 MHz Wireless Transceiver," IEEE Bipolar Circuits Technology Meeting Proceedings, Sept.