A Message From the President

After manufacturing mission-critical, hi-rel military and commercial semiconductors for over 40 years, Lansdale Semiconductor has expanded its product offerings by manufacturing some of the electronic component industry’s most popular, and in demand, RF and wireless integrated circuits (IC’s). 

Lansdale was founded in 1964 to supply aftermarket germanium transistor product lines from the Philco-Ford Company in Lansdale, PA.  We relocated our headquarters and manufacturing facilities to Phoenix, AZ in 1976, after acquiring a product line from Motorola.  As the “semiconductor aftermarket” pioneer, Lansdale recognized the critical need for a long term manufacturing and supply source within the global IC industry and implemented a strategic plan to fill that need by acquiring a series of mature IC product lines from several of the world’s leading OEM chip makers.

Lansdale has become a leading supplier of “semiconductor aftermarket” ICs.  Lansdale extends your product’s life cycle by manufacturing electronic components that the original manufacturers no longer produce.  Leading IC suppliers have chosen us to supply their products to ensure that their valued customers will continue to be supported.  We are licensed to manufacture and market thousands of ICs originally designed and previously produced by AMD, Fairchild, Freescale Semiconductor (formerly Motorola SPS), Harris, Intel, National, Philips (formerly Signetics), and Raytheon.

We have expanded our product lines to include ICs for the wireless and RF communications markets.  Key functions we support include phase locked loops (PLLs), prescalers, frequency synthesizers, transmitters, receivers, transceivers, voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs), FM subsystems, analog-to-digital converters, modems, codecs, and drivers/receivers.

Every IC is made with the original manufacturer’s tooling, specifications, and performance characteristics to meet your needs for existing or new designs.  Our close working relationships with the original IC manufacturers ensure identical product performance and package configurations.  This means there is no need for you to go to the time or expense of designing in a replacement device, or doing a complete redesign and device qualification in your product.

Lansdale Semiconductor is certified and approved by the Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) as a Qualified Manufacturer (QM) of electronic military components under the MIL-PRF-38535 Qualified Manufacturing List (QML), as well as being an ISO 9001-2000) qualified supplier.

Lansdale Semiconductor assures you of a dependable, continuous, cost effective, and high quality source for wireless ICs today…and tomorrow.

R. Dale Lillard