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Bipolar vs CMOS? which kind of design for Bipolar Process?

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Bipolar vs CMOS?

Biploar process is more fast, and more power consuming.
COMS process is relatively slower, and less power consuming.
My question is which kind of design should use Biploar process? analog ? I/O ?
 

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Bipolar vs CMOS?

Yep analog and RF designs are often more suited to Bipolar. CMOS more for digital. Although, obviously now there a lot of mixed-signal designs.
 

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