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Thesys Advanced Electronics GmbH - Melexis  Profile

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Thesys Advanced Electronics GmbH - Melexis  Company Overview

Thesys Advanced Electronics was acquired by Melexis.

Melexis designs and develops for automotive electronics systems, mixed signal automotive semiconductors, IC Sensors, integrated microelectronic systems.

Thesys Advanced Electronics GmbH - Melexis  Products

The types of products manufactured by Thesys Advanced Electronics GmbH - Melexis include ASIC, Bus ICs, Hardware and Software Tools, Microcontrollers, Motor Drivers & Intelligent Actuators, RF ICs, RFID, Sensor ICs: Hall effect, Sensor ICs: Inertia, Sensor ICs: Infrared and Optical, Sensor ICs: Pressure, and Sensor Interface ICs.

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