Lansdale Semiconductor Extends Life of Five Freescale Wireless ICs
Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc. president, R. Dale Lillard, announced the availability of the encoder/decoder pairs and digital to analog converters (ADCs) originally designed and built by Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. These general purpose building block integrated circuits (ICs) include the MC145026, MC145027 and MC145028 encoder/decoder pairs along with MC144110 and MC14111 digital to analog converters. The company now has single-source rights to both globally market and continue to manufacture Freescale’s MC145026, MC145027, MC145028, MC144110 and MC144111. Built using complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) these devices are incorporated into Lansdale’s exclusive product life cycle management system. This unique quality control system guarantees form, fit and function meets the original manufacturer’s design specifications. This assures a continuous source of high performance ICs to the worldwide electronic market.