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CMOS is a complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor, a class of integrated circuits.
CMOS may also refer to:
- Nonvolatile BIOS memory, in a personal computer, historically known as CMOS with a CMOS battery
- CMOS sensor, an active pixel sensor in a digital camera
- Credence Systems (NASDAQ symbol "CMOS" until 2008), a semiconductor equipment manufacturer
- CMOS Definition Composite Metal Oxide Substrate
- The Chicago Manual of Style, a publishing style guide
- Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, a Canadian society dedicated to atmospheric and oceanic sciences
- Contract manufacturing organizations, a company with customizable outsourced manufacturing capabilities
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