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Solid state: In smarter design and fabrication of ICs, power and logic are mixed on the same chip and circuits are integrated over an entire wafer

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Developments in microelectronics during 1984 are reviewed. These include: mixing power and logic on the same chip; progress in wafer-scale integration; new packages that improve on DIPs; and fast design turnaround springing from the availability of relatively inexpensive silicon compilers for commercial IC design.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 1 )