Artifact Details

Title

Submicron BiCMOS process technology

Catalog Number

102724532

Type

Moving image

Date

1989-02-03

Credits

Haken, Roger A.

Publisher

University Video Communications

Duration

00:52:40

Format

Betacam SP

Copyright Holder

Computer History Museum

Description

From University Video Communications' catalog:

"Submicron BiCMOS technology for high performance logic or memory applications is largely based on core CMOS process. BiCMOS is becoming increasingly important because, for a number of applications, it results in significantly higher performance than that achievable with the same generation CMOS. This is of particular economic importance because it extends the lifetime of each generation of capital equipment. In this tutorial, Roger Haken answers the question "Why BiCMOS?" and reviews the evolution of BiCMOS from a CMOS per-spective. He discusses key issues in submicron BiCMOS process design such as process integration and design constraints, BiCMOS buried collector isolation and well design, bipolar emitter design and compatibility with CMOS, sillicidation, and process simplicity."

Category

Lecture

Collection Title

University Video Communications lectures

Series Title

Distinguished Lecture Series : Microelectronics

Credit

Gift of University Video Communications

Lot Number

X6636.2013