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   Date: 23rd June 2010

Vishay Siliconix is re-qualified by DSCC to manufacture analog switches and multiplexers

Vishay Siliconix facility in Santa Clara, Calif., has been re-qualified by DSCC to manufacture analog switches and multiplexers with screening to MIL-PRF-38535. The MIL-PRF-38535 specification is a standard that establishes the performance, quality, and reliability requirements for IC components used in systems being built for hi-rel applications.

The first product to be manufactured under the new certification is a hi-rel version of the DG409, a dual four-channel differential analog multiplexer. The DG409 connects one of four differential inputs to a common dual output. It operates at supply voltages of 44-V maximum supply rating, low on-resistance of 100 ohms, and low charge injection of 20 pC. The DG409 is available in three military package options they are the 16-pin CerDIP, the 20-pin LCC, and the 16-pin Flat-Pack. Additional hi-rel versions of analog switch and multiplexer products will be announced later in 2010.

The Vishay facility in Santa Clara also is in the process of becoming qualified for military MOSFETs. Samples and production quantities of the hi-rel DG409 multiplexer are available now, with lead times of 20 weeks for larger orders.

For more information visit: http://www.vishay.com

          
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