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MX-COM - CML Microcircuits  Profile

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MX-COM - CML Microcircuits  Company Overview

MX-COM, Inc. was formerly a subsidiary of CML Microsystems Plc and has now been renamed CML Microcircuits. CML Microcircuits manufactures Mixed-Signal ICs for wireless data, wireline telecom, and two-way radio related applications.

MX-COM - CML Microcircuits  Products

The types of products manufactured by MX-COM - CML Microcircuits include Half Duplex Voiceband Scramblers, Digitally Controlled Quad Amp Arrays, Quad Digital Control Amplifiers, Dual Digitally Controlled Amp Arrays, QTC Tone Processors, CTCSS Encoder/Decoders, FFSK Modems, GMSK Modems, CVSD Codecs, and other Communications ICs.

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