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Dongbu HiTek Unveils Low-Voltage BCDMOS Process

July 30, 2014

Dongbu HiTek rolled out a Low Voltage BCDMOS Process (BD130LV) at the 0.13-micron node that is ideally suited for implementing the main Power Management IC (PMIC) for smart phones and tablet computers.

"By moving from 0.18-micron to 0.13-micron BCDMOS processing, our new low-voltage process substantially reduces the amount of silicon area needed to implement the most desirable PMIC functions," said Jae Song, Dongbu HiTek EVP of marketing. "Indeed, our BD130LV process includes high-speed switching DC-DC converters, high- efficiency low-dropout regulators (LDOs), a low-noise class D audio CODEC and LED backlighting as well as battery charger circuitry that provides up to 2.0 amps output."

Song emphasized that his firm's specialized BCDMOS enables the industry's lowest on-resistance (Rdson). Minimizing leakage current and power consumption, the process also supports popular operating voltages from 1.5V to 6V as well as 1.2V to comply with USB battery charging specifications. "We believe our BD130LV offers fabless firms an unsurpassed range of options in designing high-efficiency PMICs for compact mobile products," he added.

More information and complete details:

www.dongbuhitek.com

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