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Integrated Custom Semiconductor Manufacturer Offering Single-Chip Solutions for Analog/Digital and Smart Power Applications, Sensors, MEMS and Microwave applications.

 

Application Specific Solutions

R/C and R/C/D Filter, Terminator and Clamp Networks

Our single-chip design and process technology offers 1 to 'n' channels of EMI/RFI suppression for high frequency applications requiring ESD protection for up to 14,000 volts. Integrating Resistors, Capacitors, Inductances and Schottky Diodes on the same chip offers the most compact and cost effective solution for reducing noise and interference on multiples of high speed data lines.

High Voltage Drive & Control Systems

Our USH5000 Smart Power technology allows virtually unlimited interconnection of circuits operating at up to 750 volts. In addition to high voltage drive circuitry, 5 - 15 volt analog and digital CMOS and bipolar control circuitry can be integrated on the same monolithic IC. Dielectric Isolation processing provides enhanced operating conditions and improved reliability.
Applications include automatic test equipment, flat panel displays, electrostatic printers, smart motor control, ultrasound imaging, telephone loop equipment, cellular, video/audio products.

Analog/Digital ASIC

Our USI6000 family of CMOS arrays achieves single-chip integration of analog-digital subsystems. Implement systems which require A/D, D/A and precision analog signal processing and interface functions.
Cell library, Kit Parts, SPICE models and CAD tools are customer accessible.

CMOS/Bipolar Gate Arrays

Our ISO-CMOS series offers cost effective solutions for digital applications up to 2400 gates. 2,3 and 5 Micron technology achieves high speed and low power with operating range up to 25 volts. ISO-RAD processing provides radiation tolerance of 1 megarad.

High Speed FETs.

Our discrete high speed FETs for RF and power applications.

MEMS

Capability for Optical, medical, sensors, communication, space and consumer applications.

Standard Product Solutions

Smart Power Products
    *    Analog Switches
    *    Push - Pull Drivers.
    *    ATE Pin Drivers
    *    Opto-Isolators

Data Acquisition Products
    *    Flash ADCs
    *    Video DACs
    *    Triple DACs
    *    Quad DACs. 

6800 Microprocessor Interface Products
    *    Address Decoder.
    *    Communications Adapter.   
    *    Interrupt Controllers

Quality Assurance
Universal Semiconductor has established a rigorous quality system compliant with the following military requirements: MIL-M-38510,  Appendix A; MIL-Q-9858 and MIL-I-45208. Major defense contractors have certified Universal to supply MIL-STD-883C compliant product.

Wafer Fab
The wafer fab area comprises a Clean Room and  two modules, Class 10, which include the latest production equipments that are stringently maintained.

Cell Libraries Include:

High Voltage Analog Digital
     
Level Shifters. VCO Latches.
Voltage Regulators. High and Low pass filters. Multiplexers
500 volt Op Amps.

Bandgap reference

Oscillators
Push-Pull Output buffers.

Differentiators

Buffers
AC buffers.

Analog switches.

Flip-Flops
DC buffers.

Operational Amplifiers

Shift Registers
 

A/D converters.

Clock Generator
 

Switch cap filters.

Synchronizers
 

D/A Converters.

Comparators
 

Automatic Gain Controls

Parity Generators
 

Peak Detectors.

68000 Interfaces
 

High Speed Comparators.

7400 series TTL/MSI
 

Phase Lock Loops.

Decoders
 

Power Transistors.

Adders.
 

 

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