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Locating Older Components

(09/15/2009)

Published September 2009 - Microwaves & RF


What happens when a component supplier discontinues a product line used in military electronic systems?  In the case of older semiconductor products, they can find what they need through Lansdale Semiconductor (www.lansdale.com).  The firm, which recently celebrated its 45th anniversary, manufactures classic integrated circuits (ICs) for commercial and military applications.  Lansdale offers ICs in their original packages, from an impressive list of companies, including Freescale Semiconductor, Motorola, National Semiconductor, Philips, and Raytheon.  The company employs a carefully developed life-cycle-management program to ensure that a continuous supply of ICs is available, supporting more than 3,000 IC designs as created by their original manufacturers.  For more on Lansdale, don't miss and exclusive Special Report in next month's issue of Microwaves & RF.

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