An Evaluation of Integrated Injection Logic.
Final rept. Mar 76-Jul 77,
ROME AIR DEVELOPMENT CENTER GRIFFISS AFB N Y
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Integrated injection logic is a relatively new integrated circuit technology which shows great promise for LSI applications. Although it is slow compared to other bipolar logic families, it has the lowest power-delay product of any technology, high packing density, and simple processing in certain versions. It has the capability of providing both analog and digital circuits on one chip. It is extremely flexible in that it can be tailored to meet diverse requirements such as LED drivers and low-current watch circuits. This report includes details of processing, theoretical and experimental characteristics, applications, and commercial activities. Author
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