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Issue No.02 - February (1976 vol.9)
pp: 24-29
R.A. Pedersen , Bell Telephone Laboratories
ABSTRACT
Integrated injection logic or merged transistor logic is a novel bipolar circuit design approach to achieve high-density large-scale integration. As the basic logic units it uses multicollector npn transistors which are powered from merged multicollector lateral pnp transistors. I<sup>2</sup>L can be fabricated with standard buried collector technology and is therefore compatible with conventional bipolar circuitry on the same chip. The feature of having special interface circuitry?digital and/or linear?on the same chip renders I<sup>2</sup>L a powerful LSI technique.
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CITATION
R.A. Pedersen, "Integrated Injection Logic: A Bipolar LSI Technique", Computer, vol.9, no. 2, pp. 24-29, February 1976, doi:10.1109/C-M.1976.218501
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