5 entries, filtered by: BiCMOS
Published: January 2009

The XB06 Series is X-FAB‘s 0.6 Micron BiCMOS Technology. Main target applications are RF circuits and high precision analog applications mixed with digital parts for Telecommunication, Consumer, Automotive and Industrial products. The digital part is fully compatible with X-CMOS 0.6 process family.


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Published: August 2010

The XHB06 is X-FAB's 0.6 Micron High-Voltage Bipolar CMOS DMOS (BCD) Technology, optimized for applications requiring operating voltages of 5V to 30V. Main target applications are power management, RF circuits and high precision analog applications mixed with digital parts for Telecommunication, Consumer, Automotive and Industrial products. The digital part is fully compatible with X-CMOS 0.6 process family.


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Published: April 2002

We attain a PIN photodiode combining high responsivity, fast response and low capacitance in BiCMOS technology. Only a slight process modification, having no verifiable influence on the transistor parameters is necessary. We achieve bandwidths of 625MHz and 240MHz at 670 and 780nm as well as a quantum efficiency of 96.5%.


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Published: March 2003

Standard high frequency n-p-n poly emitter transistor pairs show a significant parameter offset during the matching characterization depending on the position on the wafer. Special octagon matching transistors on the other hand have a good matching behavior. The main reason for the offset of the high frequency transistors is a dimensional difference in the emitter cut due to an non-uniform development process of the resist mask for the emitter cut etch and / or proximity effects. By the use of a modified photo resist and development process the matching characteristics for all used transistor types could be significantly improved.


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Published: April 2010

An experiment in base and pedestal collector implant has been conducted to study the impact and further improve the performance of a 0.6 micron silicon poly emitter bipolar transistor. It has been shown the bandwidth can be improved form 13GHz to 15GHz with acceptable changes to the other bipolar performances.


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