CML Microcircuits has announced that they have shipped more than one million RF devices.
The one million milestone is a testament to CML Microcircuits’ on-going success in the niche market of high-performance, low-power RF semiconductors for wireless data and two-way radio markets.
Neil Ball – CML’s Director of Sales states “Our RF customers demand market-leading products which exhibit high-performance, flexibility and low power consumption. We provide this through our specialist knowledge and expertise as well as a program of continual innovation, product development and first-class technical support. We are proud to have reached this milestone in such a short time. It is a testimony to us meeting our customers’ requirements and developing innovative products which the market requires.”
CML Microcircuits was founded in 1968 and originally focused on the supply of remote controls to the consumer industry. It has come a long way since then to become a world-leader in the design, development and supply of low-power analogue, digital and mixed-signal semiconductors for telecommunications systems worldwide.
CML has a global customer base served through a distribution network of specialist suppliers, supported through CML’s offices in the UK, USA and Singapore.
CML Microcircuits regularly releases new products into the market and has recently released a new RF Building Block Range. This range is designed to provide the flexible, high-performance ICs required for HF/VHF/UHF and professional radios, wireless data terminals, wireless microphones and marine and avionics radio systems. For more information on CML Microcircuits and its products visit: www.cmlmicro.com.
Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor
May 31, 2012