Mixed-signal process technology is used in devices that require conversion of light and sound into electrical signals for processing and display. Our mixed-signal processes include advanced technologies such as low noise process using triple gate, which uses less power at any given performance level.
Power process technology, such as BCD, includes high voltage capabilities as well as the ability to integrate functionality such as self regulation, internal protection, and other intelligent features. The unique process features such as deep trench isolation are suited for chip shrink and device performance enhancement.
Non-volatile memory, or NVM, process technology enables the integration of non-volatile memory cells that allow
retention of the stored information even when power is removed from the circuit. This type of memory is typically used for long-term persistent storage.
High voltage CMOS process technology facilitates the use of high voltage levels in conjunction with smaller transistor sizes. This process technology includes several variations, such as bipolar processes, which use transistors with qualities well suited for amplifying and switching applications, mixed mode processes, which incorporate denser, more power efficient FETs, and thick metal processes.
Low Noise High Precision Capacitor High Resistor Poly Multiple Gate Oxide Ultra Low Power
Analog to digital converter digital to analog converter Audio codec Chipset
aBCD Schottky Diode Zener Diode
Power management Mobile PMIC LED drivers
EEPROM Flash MTP OTP Mask ROM
Microcontroller Touch screen controller Electronic tag Hearing aid