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Sawtek - TriQuint Semiconductor  Profile

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Sawtek - TriQuint Semiconductor  Company Overview

Sawtek Inc. manufactures, develops and markets a broad range of electronic signal processing components based on surface acoustic wave technology primarily used in the wireless communications industry. The products of the company are high performance bandpass filters, resonators, delay lines, oscillators and surface acoustic wave devices-based subsystems.

In July 2001, TriQuint Semiconductor and Sawtek Inc., Orlando, Florida announced an agreement to merge the companies.

Sawtek - TriQuint Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Sawtek - TriQuint Semiconductor include SAW (surface acoustic wave) Filters.

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