Arizona Microtek manufactures high speed Integrated Circuits for the communication, frequency control, opto electronic, ATE and test instrumentation markets. Our products provide our customers with the best mix of quality and performance.
Arizona Microtek was founded in 1986. The initial ten years were spent in designing and manufacturing high speed mixed signal ASICs. While Arizona Microtek is still designing and manufacturing ASICs, our focus has moved to providing the market with a high quality, high performance standard product. Today, Arizona Microtek is designing and manufacturing high performance ECL, PECL, NECL products to meet our customers need to bring their leading edge products to market. Arizona Microtek provides customers with products that are form, fit and functional to select devices from ON Semiconductor and Micrel Semiconductor.
Arizona Microtek products and services are marketed through a network of manufacturer's representatives and distributors making them readily available to our customers. We serve customers worldwide and currently have customers in Europe, Asia, Israel and North America.
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