bipolar integrated circuit

bipolar integrated circuit

[bī′pō·lər ′in·tə‚grād·əd ′sər·kət]
(electronics)
An integrated circuit in which the principal element is the bipolar junction transistor.
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As an example, most silicon bipolar integrated circuit wafer processes are designed to make vertical NPN transistors.
This structure is compatible with bipolar integrated circuits technology.
Prior to this assignment, he spent more than five years at Motorola Inc., working on development activities related to bipolar integrated circuits. In 1980, Hughes graduated from Georgia Tech, where he received the Sigma Xi award for the outstanding dissertation in engineering.