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Philbrick-Nexus - Teledyne - TelCom - Microchip  Profile

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Philbrick-Nexus - Teledyne - TelCom - Microchip  Company Overview

George Arthur Philbrick was the founder of GAP/R. Over time, GAP/R was bought and sold, and existed under different names: Philbrick-Nexus, Teledyne Philbrick, Teledyne Semiconductor, TelCom Semiconductor and currently Microchip.

Philbrick-Nexus - Teledyne - TelCom - Microchip  Products

The types of products manufactured by Philbrick-Nexus - Teledyne - TelCom - Microchip include analog computing modules: adders, subtractors, scalers, integrators, analog multipliers / dividers, and operational amplifiers.

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