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Advanced Power Technology - APT - Microsemi  Profile

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Advanced Power Technology - APT - Microsemi  Company Overview

Advanced Power Technology (APT) designs, manufactures, and markets worldwide high power, high voltage, high performance power transistors for both switching and RF applications. APT's product offering includes MOSFETs, IGBTs, Diodes, and Power Modules for switching applications and Bipolar, VDMOS, and LDMOS transistors for RF applications.

APT was acquired by Microsemi in November, 2005.

Advanced Power Technology - APT - Microsemi  Products

The types of products manufactured by Advanced Power Technology - APT - Microsemi include MOSFETs, FREDFETs, IGBTs, Diodes, VDMOS Transistors, LDMOS & BiPolar Transistors, IGBT Modules, MOSFET Modules, CoolMOS Modules, Diode Modules, and Application Specific Power Modules (ASPM).

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