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Data Delay Devices  Profile

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Data Delay Devices  Company Overview

DATA DELAY DEVICES, INC. is a designer, developer and manufacturer of analog and digital delay lines, delay line application modules and filters. Its products range from the simplest delay lines of fixed delay, tapped delay and trimmer delay to the most sophisticated digitally programmable delay lines, digitally programmable pulse generators, dynamic memory timers, gated oscillators and pulse controllers. Data Delay Devices' digital delay lines are completely interfaced with the most commonly available semiconductor families such as TTL, FAST, ECL, 100K ECL, CMOS.

Data Delay Devices  Products

The types of products manufactured by Data Delay Devices include Monolithic Devices, Tapped Delay Lines, Multiple Delay Lines, Programmable Lines, Variable Delay Lines, Pulse Generators, Oscillators, Other Active Devices, and Passive Delay Lines.

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