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Raytheon - Fairchild  Profile

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Raytheon - Fairchild  Company Overview

Fairchild purchased the commercial unit of the RF Components Division of the Raytheon Company in October 2003. The purchase provided Fairchild with an immediate entry into the advanced radio frequency (RF) market for applications that include Wireless LANs and handset power amplifiers. Founded in October, 1957 and headquartered in San Jose, California, Fairchild Semiconductor is a global supplier of high performance semiconductor products in the power, interface, analog, mixed signal, logic, optoelectronic, and configurable products markets.

Raytheon - Fairchild  Products

The types of products manufactured by Raytheon - Fairchild include Power & interface devices, integrated circuits (ICs), RF power amplifiers, and GaAs MMICs.

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