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Excelics Semiconductor  Profile

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Excelics Semiconductor  Company Overview

Excelics Semiconductor was founded in 1995 in Sunnyvale, California to provide high performance RF and microwave semiconductor discrete devices and integrated circuits based on advanced material, process and design techniques. Excelics Semiconductor is no longer in business.

Excelics Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Excelics Semiconductor include 8 Volt Internally Matched Power FETs, 10 Volt Internally Matched Power FETs, Broadband Modules, High Efficiency Heterojunction Power FETs, Low Distortion GaAs Power FETs, MMICs (MESFET), MMICs (PHEMT), MMICs (Switch/Attnr), RFMA-RF Multi-chip Amplifiers, and Super Low Noise High Gain Heterojunction FETs.

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