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Smart Power Technology and Power Semiconductor Devices

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Abstract

Smart power IC has gained popularity in the analog world. A typical power IC includes power devices, analog part, digital part and some passive devices. Figure 7.1 illustrates the interrelationship between these components. Traditionally, power ICs and digital ICs have been considered to be two very different technologies and were manufactured using different processes.

Keywords

Breakdown Voltage Bipolar Junction Transistor Power Device Device Simulation Drift Region 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Crosslight Software, Inc.BurnabyCanada

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