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Analog Microelectronics - AME  Profile

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Analog Microelectronics - AME  Company Overview

AME, Inc. is a public company specialized in the design, development and marketing of a full-line of innovative analog and mixed-signal power management integrated circuits used in applications such as personal and notebook computers, PC peripherals, cellular phones, personal digital devices, and backlight controllers for LCD devices.

Analog Microelectronics - AME  Products

The types of products manufactured by Analog Microelectronics - AME include Microprocessor Supervisory ICs, Linear Regulator ICs, Charge Pump ICs, CCFL Controller ICs, DC-DC Converters, Voltage Detectors, and Data Acquisition ICs.

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