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dear all! I'm a newbie in analog design! i want to simulate inverter gate in bicmos by use TSMC 0.18um Process and BSIM3 V3.1 Model (mm018) i want to use 180 nano technology file but i have a problem i have the library for this model but VDD for transistor is between 1.8 to 3.3 and i know VDD for CMOS technology is between 1.4 to 1.8 (...)
Does anybody knows about any commercially avaliable CFA (current feedback amplifier ) IC in CMOS technology ? The one's I know about are all in BJT or bicmos technologies like AD8001 , AD811 , LT1210 etc. Thanks Vipul
Hi all I am designing a double balanced mixer is bicmos technology. I want to find the linearity (iip3) of the mixer i cadence. Can anyone help me. I got a pdf about qpss and qpac ... but it is very confusing and i am not understanding. Thanks in advance
Whichever you install... Generally MMIC processes are installed such as Triquint,WIN,GCS, etc.Layout tool is not very compatible and practical for CMOS and bicmos processes. But in simulation, they can also be used.All you have to do is to install the process which you would..(PDK)
Hi, I was looking at circuits that receive LVDS signals and convert them to single ended signals on intergrated circuit (CMOS or bicmos technology). I have come across the following journal which appears to be popular: Boni, Pierazzi and Vecchi (2001), "LVDS I/O Interface for Gb/s-per-Pin Operation in 0.35- m CMOS". It is based on Schmitt
Hi, Does anybody has any architectural schematic diagram or Paper on it. DDC manual doesnt provide much information about design details. Please, post it. If you have it. "A Single-Supply, Monolithic, MIL-STD-1553 Transceiver Implemented in bicmos Wafer Fabrication technology " If you have this paper then please pass it. Thank You
Hi to everybody. Could you suggest me the architecture of a voltage regulator for ICs in bicmos (it means I can use MOS transistors and npn BJTs - not pnp) technology? I guess it should be composed by a voltage/current reference and a LDO. Furthermore, I'd need to simulate the circuit in ADS. Thanks a lot.
VERY OBSOLETE! The major goal in flash ADCs nowadays is low power, high resolution. A 6-bit flash at 1GS/s, in bicmos technology, was already available in 1994... It used about 8W at 5V. Today, you can find CMOS flash ADCs that use less than 1W for the same specs.
lots of bicmos mpws, haven't seen pure bipolar...
i need this ieee paper can eveyone help me? A fully integrated 3 V 2.3 GHz synchronous oscillator for WLANapplications Badets, F.; Deval, Y.; Begueret, J.-B.; Spataro, A.; Fouillat, P. Bipolar/bicmos Circuits and technology Meeting, 1999. Proceedings of the 1999 Volume , Issue , 1999 Page(s):145 - 148 Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/BIP
Hi everybody, I am to design VCO of 20 GHz by using bicmos technology SiGE 0.25 micro metre with the help of ADS software.I know a little about the theory of VCO.Please guide me how I should start to design VCO.I just started using ADS,but do not know where to start.If possible,mention me the relavent material for my help.
It explains the device structures and technology for CMOS/BJT/bicmos using device layouts and cross sectional views. on transistor-level, not go to circuits. very pictorial, thanks.
Can you clear up some thing. Are you talking about Process/technology: MOS, CMOS, bicmos, SiGe.... Or BJT's vs. FET's ? Are you assuming highest frequency to be amplified is your merit of Speed, (Frequency response of the device "S21") or How fast the device can transition from a Low to High state is your merit of speed? (Max data thr
Dear All, I would like to bouild a strong theoretical knowledge about bicmos technology. Do you have any useful references ? or webresources ?? Thank a lot. Tahar.
Mixed signal: Analog and digital signal on the same chip. NMOS and PMOS, if used together give: CMOS CMOS and BJT, if used together give bicmos Hope that it helps Cheers and continuation bicmos + DMOS = BCD
Here are a couple of interesting articles that relate to this subject: 1. Rob Groves, Jing Wang, Lawrence Wagner and Ava Wan, "Quantitative Analysis of Errors in On-Wafer S-Parameter De-embedding Techniques for High Frequency Device Modeling," IEEE Bipolar/bicmos Circuits and technology 2006, October 2006. 2. J. C. Rautio, and R. Groves
How much is the load capacitance? How much should be the power consumption? What is the process technology? CMOC, bicmos... What is the feature size? Above questions are very important to answer then ask about the amp specs. Also specs 1, 2, 4 and 5 is easily achievable, but 3 is extraordinarily difficult. You have to use either autozeroing
What technology are you using? CMOS (size), bicmos?
1. High performance MIM capacitor for RF bicmos/CMOS LSIs Yoshitomi, T.; Ebuchi, Y.; Kimijama, H.; Ohguro, T.; Morifuji, E.; Momose, H.S.; Kasai, K.; Ishimaru, K.; Matsuoka, F.; Katsumata, Y.; Kinugawa, M.; Iwai, H.; Bipolar/bicmos Circuits and technology Meeting, 1999. Proceedings of the 1999 26-28 Sept. 1999 Page(s):133 - 136
In production lines, 0.25u bicmos, 0.18/0.13 CMOS are widely used for their balance of performance/cost/maturity status. In R&D yuo'll find only CMOS in 90 nm and below. I hope it can help. Mazz
Hallo Hallo Bipolar is Ok , but how to get rid of base current? Anyways it depends , if u have bicmos technology. Generally Take mos as Diff pair and try to dimmension it , so that it has enough gm/B.W/ 1%matching error. Don't forget to concentrate on ur current load(u have to consider 1% matching error). Most imortant thing is
It depends on what kind of technology you will choose. Here are two reference papers who are both wideband LNAs for UWB, and one of them are CMOS and the other SiGe bicmos. 1. Ismail A,Abidi A.A 3 to 10GHz LNA using a wideband LC-ladder matching network.In: ISSCC,2004 2.Bevilacqua A,Niknejad ultra-wideband CMOS LNA for 3.1 to 10.6 GHz
Abstract A VDSL receiver front-end with a programmable gain low noise amplifier is presented. The amplifier consumes only 35mW from a 3.3V supply in a 0.35μm bicmos technology and is suitable for DMT-based VDSL systems with bandwidths up to 12MHz. The linearity is expressed in Missing Band Depth (MBD) for a worst case bandplan . The LNA
the beta of the transistor in the bicmos is usualy very low. the transistor in the BIPOLAR can not be simply replaced by the one in bicmos.
bicmos is used where you need extremely high speed. It generally consumes more power than regular cmos and costs more to manufacture. Most foundries offer bicmos at some process node but cost/power considerations prevent people from using them unless they really need high speed/drive. SOI is generally faster and lower power than regular CMOS, ho
I have noticed that in Bandgap circuits in a bicmos technology they add a base resitor to one of the transistors. What is the function of this resistor? The configuration is shown in the figure attached.
SiGe technology is a bicmos technology that include HBT "hetrojunction Bipolar Transisitor" the base of this tarnsistor is a SiGe which make the devices very fast FT typically about 60 to 70 GHz so u can use these HBT's in VCO desing like cmos cross coupled pair khouly
SiGe is a bicmos technology. So, you have the option to use bipolar transistors ( vertical bipolar transistors ). Usually, these BJT's have a much higher fT ( maybe an order of magnitude higher )than the CMOS transistors so they can be used for higher frequencies. I don't think there is a special consideration. You just have the option to use v
which technology u want to dsign ur oscillator is it a discreet oscillator with tarnsistor or it will be an chip "in cmos technology" , or bicmos khouly
Hello, I'm trying to design an integrated (on-chip) high speed pulse detector in bicmos technology. The detector is asynchronous and should be able to detect pulses of width 750 ps. Can anyone share any ideas/reference material/papers/articles on this design topic? Thanks, Bharath
Hello, I'm trying to design an integrated (on-chip) high speed pulse detector in bicmos technology. The detector is asynchronous and should be able to detect pulses of width 750 ps. Can anyone share any ideas/reference material/papers/articles on this design topic? Thanks, Bharath
MOSIS does have bicmos technologies, such as IBM 5HP. They will have the parameters for the bipolar portion of the technology, plus the passive components. Jazz Semiconductor is another foundry with bipolar models for the bipolar portion of their bicmos technology. If you are looking for complementary bipolar, Zarlink is a fo
TTL gates are from mid 60's. More advanced series, F ror example are from 80's. It is 25 years of steady progres. Today's CPU are manifactured at diferent technology - some kind of bicmos proces as far as I know. For 20years transistor dimensions are shrink about a 100 times. This mean dramatic reduce of parasitic capacitance, inductance and propag
Silicon bicmos
can you upload the bicmos models.
bicmos is an integrated circuit technology/process that incorporates bipolar an complementary metal oxide semiconductor devices on the same die.
You can bet there are quite a few companies doing bipolar design. Bipolar is a valuable technology, especially when combined with CMOS i.e. bicmos - you can have the best of both worlds.CMOS is widely used because CMOS digital circuits are much better than bipolar in terms of area and static power consumption. And because people do SoC, then it is
Who knows the resistivity of substrate in a bicmos technology