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MicroPower Systems - Exar  Profile

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MicroPower Systems - Exar  Company Overview

MicroPower Systems was a manufacturer of analog and data acquisition components. MicroPower Systems was operated as a subsidiary of Exar Corporation and later completely absorbed into the Exar product portfolio. Based in Fremont, California, Exar Corporation designs, develops and markets high-performance, analog and mixed-signal silicon solutions for a variety of markets including networking, serial communications, clock and timing, and storage.

MicroPower Systems - Exar  Products

The types of products manufactured by MicroPower Systems - Exar include Analog & Data Acquisition ICs.

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