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An analog technology integrates bipolar, CMOS, and high-voltage DMOS transistors

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3 Author(s)
Krishna, Surinder ; Fairchild Semiconductor, Mountain View, CA ; Kuo, J. ; Gaeta, I.S.

This paper describes the development of an analog technology that integrates bipolar, CMOS, and DMOS transistors on a single chip. The architecture of the process was chosen for its simplicity and versatility. The influence of the process variables and trade-offs in the performance of the devices have been outlined. Some key elements of DMOS and bipolar transistor behavior are discussed. The successful application of the technology to a plasma display driver has been demonstrated.

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Electron Devices, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 1 )