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Teledyne Components - TelCom - Microchip  Profile

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Teledyne Components - TelCom - Microchip  Company Overview

Teledyne Components was a manufacturer of linear and mixed-signal products including data acquisition, power management, interface and thermal sensing devices.

Teledyne changed its name to TelCom following a management buyout and was subsequently acquired by Microchip Technology in 2001.

Teledyne Components - TelCom - Microchip  Products

The types of products manufactured by Teledyne Components - TelCom - Microchip include data acquisition, power management, interface, and thermal sensing devices.

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