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Alpha Microelectronics  Profile

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Alpha Microelectronics  Company Overview

Alpha Microelectronics develops and produces Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) and Application-Specific Standard Products (ASSPs) for high voltage and analog & mixed signal applications. Examples for high voltage ICs are ICs for Piezoelectric- and EL-drivers, ICs for power supplies, ICs for telecommunications and ICs for motor- and coil drivers.

Alpha Microelectronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Alpha Microelectronics include ASSPs in High Voltage: Motion and Coil Drivers, Piezo Drivers, Backlihgt-Drivers, and High Voltage DMOS-Arrays. ASSPs in Analog Mixed Signal: RF ICs, and Sensor and Interface ICs. Custom Specific Design in Bipolar: CMOS, BiCMOS and BCDMOS, 500 V-BCDMOS (DIMOST), CMOS-BiCMOS, and CMOS-BIPOLAR.

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