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Frequency Devices  Profile

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Frequency Devices  Company Overview

Frequency Devices is the recognized leader in the design and manufacture of high precision standard and custom signal conditioning, signal processing and signal recognition solutions for the data acquisition, data conversion (ADC and DAC) and data translation market. Since 1968, Frequency Devices has provided electronic design engineers with analog, digital and integrated analog/digital-signal-processing (DSP) solutions for a broad range of scientific and EOEM applications including aerospace, medical, process-control and vibration analysis.

Frequency Devices  Products

The types of products manufactured by Frequency Devices include Analog and Digital (FIR and IIR) Fixed Frequency and Programmable Low-Pass (Anti-Alias), High-Pass, Band-Pass and BandRreject (Notch) Electronic Filters, and Differential Input Amplifiers and Oscillators.

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