from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. complementary metal oxide semiconductor
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- Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor, Complementary MOS. (circuit production techniques)
- n. a CMOS based image sensor
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Micron's new 8-meg chip uses a new technology known as CMOS, which isn't traditionally favored by manufacturers in Japan.
The Chicago Manual of Style also called CMOS by its users is one such style guide to be used as a foundation.
CMOS (also known as CMOS-MEMS) in a small, cost-effective standard package, '' according to the filing.
Abramowitz pointed out that Broadcom's 802. 11g chipset is all in CMOS, which is the least expensive integrated circuit manufacturing technique.
In digital cameras, this is the metal film used on microchip image sensors - known as a CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor) - that detect light waves and convert them into digital signals.
I'll be the first one to admit that this one is a bit of a stretch as an issue for the next down cycle as the end of the Complimentary Metal/Oxide Semiconductor more commonly referred to as CMOS is probably 15-20 years out, and beyond that in mainstream markets with lower priced devices.
The talk is entitled CMOS Integrated Silicon Nanophotonics: Enabling
There’s a battery on the motherboard called a CMOS battery.
The only thing I forgot was to reset CMOS which is something I always do on new builds.
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