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high voltage

[′hī ¦vōl·tij]
(electricity)
A voltage on the order of thousands of volts. Also known as high tension.
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The new VJ0805, VJ1206, and VJ1210 HVArc Guard[TM] MLCCs feature a unique and patent-pending internal design structure that prevents surface arc-over at high voltages.
BCD processes incorporate, into a single foundry process flow, what are typically three different device types: Bipolar, for analog control; CMOS, for digital control; and DMOS, for handling the high voltages required for managing on-chip or system power.
Jazz BCD25 processes offer advanced CMOS, a combination of bipolar NPN and PNP devices, as well as high voltage LDMOS FETs that take advantage of 0.
25-micron BCD process expands our technology roadmap for BCD smart-power, high voltage CMOS and complementary bipolar processes," said Marco Racanelli, vice president of technology and engineering, Jazz Semiconductor.
Primarily offered exclusively by integrated device manufacturers (IDMs), BCD process technology incorporates, into a single foundry process flow, what are typically three different process types: bipolar, for analog control; CMOS, for digital control; and DMOS, for handling the high voltages required for managing on-chip or system power.
featuring High Voltage CMOS, Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (BCD), RFCMOS and SiGe BiCMOS processes for the manufacture of highly integrated analog systems-on-chip (SOCs), a concept often relegated to the digital realm.
In addition to presenting an aggressive roadmap to enable next-generation RF ICs, Jazz will use this forum to provide a foundry perspective on what is being put in place to serve power management markets that are demanding high voltage technology in a pure-play model.
Our goal is to ensure that we can consistently manufacture chips that perform at high voltages with full electrostatic discharge (ESD) and latch-up protection," said Mr.
It was designed specifically for powering Sandia National Laboratories' MicroChemLab(TM) device at high voltages and low currents with low power consumption.
Sandia designed the power supply when it found no existing commercial products that met the high voltage electrical requirements of the MicroChemLab(TM) instrument, even in a much larger package.
Legerity ICs manufactured on the 170V, silicon-on-insulator (SOI), dielectrically isolated HV7 process are able to handle the high voltages required for voice communications and ring generation, as well as support the higher frequencies needed for ADSL data transmission.
Legerity's HV7 process supports both high voltages and high data rates, which appears to be a winning combination for the ADSL market.

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