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Discovery Semiconductors  Profile

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Discovery Semiconductors  Company Overview

Founded in New Jersey in 1993, Discovery Semiconductors, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2000 certified, high-technology manufacturing company making optical receivers for 10, 40, and 80 Gb bandwidths.

Discovery Semiconductors  Products

The types of products manufactured by Discovery Semiconductors include InGaAs PIN Photodiodes, (PIN or APD) + TIA Optical Receivers, Balanced PIN Photodiodes, (PIN or APD) + TIA + LIM Digital Optical Receivers, Balanced PIN + (TIA or LNA) Optical Receivers, PIN + LNA Narrowband Optical Receivers, and 2.2m InGaAs Optical Receivers.

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