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Princeton Technology  Profile

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Princeton Technology  Company Overview

Princeton Technology Corp. (PTC) is a professional fabless IC design company. Since its establishment in 1986, PTC has become a leader in the consumer IC design market in Taiwan. Dominant products include Multi-Media Audio Controller ICs, Display Driver ICs, Remote Control ICs, and Encoder/Decoder ICs.

Princeton Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by Princeton Technology include Multi-Media Audio Controller ICs, Display Driver ICs, DSP ICs, MCU ICs, Encoder/Decoder ICs, Remote Control ICs, AC3 Decoder ICs, Radio Data System Demodulator ICs, RF ICs, and ASIC Design Solutions.

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