IMEC developments

October 1999
Solid State Technology;Oct99, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p36
Trade Publication
Focuses on High Injection MOS (HIMOS), a nonvolatile memorable cell that is compatible with standard 0.35... complementary metal oxide semiconductor processes, developed by IMEC. What HIMOS can offer; Masking steps added to the cell; License agreement between American Microsystems Inc. (AMI) and IMEC, allowing AMI to make industrial use of HIMOS; Details on the office opened by IMEC in the United States.


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