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Maxim Integrated  Profile

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Maxim Integrated  Company Overview

Established in 1983, Maxim Integrated Products is a worldwide leader in the design, development and manufacture of linear and mixed-signal integrated circuits. Maxim's products are used in a variety of microprocessor-based electronics equipment, including personal computers and peripherals, process control, instrumentation, test equipment, handheld devices, wireless and fiber communications and video displays.

Maxim Integrated  Products

The types of products manufactured by Maxim Integrated include Op-amps, Comparators, ADCs, DACs, RS232, RS485, Battery chargers, Battery monitors, DC-DC Converters, Digital Potentiometers, FIFOs, Linear Regulators, Switching Regulators, RTCs, data converters, interface circuits, microprocessor supervisors, operational amplifiers, power supplies, multiplexers, switches, battery chargers, battery management circuits, RF wireless circuits, fiber optic transceivers, sensors, and voltage references.

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