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Isahaya Electronics  Profile

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Isahaya Electronics  Company Overview

In 2003, Isahaya Electronics Corporation split off from Mitsubishi Electric Corpotation the business of Small Signal Transistor, Diode and Hybrid IC and now sells these devices as its brand. Isahaya Electronics develops, designs and markets Small signal transistors (SSTR), resistance built-in transistors, high frequency transistors, J-FET and combined transistors, hybrid ICs and ASIC to meet various needs.

Isahaya Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Isahaya Electronics include Hybrid ICs, and Small Signal Transistors & Diodes.

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