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AITech  Profile

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AITech  Company Overview

Founded in 1987, AITech International Corporation is the industry leader in the development and delivery of PC to TV scan conversion technology. AITech develops and markets PC to TV video scan conversion technology in integrated circuits, external system peripherals, and internal board-level products, for use in portable or desktop video, multimedia, imaging and other applications.

AITech  Products

The types of products manufactured by AITech include Video Signal Processor ICs, and Single-chip VGA-to-Video Scan Converter ICs.

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