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Siliconians  Profile

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Siliconians  Company Overview

Siliconians was founded in 1995 in Los Altos, California, to develop innovative, cost-effective semiconductor solutions for the communications market. Utilizing proprietary spread spectrum technology, Siliconians offers Wireless Communications ICs incorporating silicon products and reference designs.

Siliconians  Products

The types of products manufactured by Siliconians include SS1101: DSSS Engine for Voice and Data, SS1102/1119: System-on-Chip (SOC) for wireless communication, SS8203: General purpose Microcontroller with flash, EB101, and SS7103.

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