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Our parent company, eComp, offers the following:

Component Procurement Specialists
MICROCIRCUITS
DIGITAL-LINEAR-MEMORY
MICROS-PLD-PROM-EPROM
RF-ASIC-HYBRIDS



TRANSISTORS
BIPOLAR-FETS-UJT-SCR-TRIACS



DIODES / RECTIFIERS / ZENERS
CAPACITORS / RESISTORS
INDUCTORS / COILS
TRANSFORMERS / CONNECTORS
HARDWARE-PCB

Detailed Services
PLANNING & PARTS ENGINEERING
Procurement, Screening, Documentation & Scheduling
TESTING & SCREENING SERVICES
LEADS TINNING Solder Dip, Solderability Test
PROGRAMMING
- PLD-PROM-EPROM-EEPROM-FLASH
Programming, Marking & Labeling
PARTS MARKING
Marking resistence to solvents test
SEMICONDUCTOR DIE PACKAGING
Design / Testing / Die Banking
DOCUMENTATION
Specification-control drawings
Field engineering support
MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS
MIL-PRF-38535, MIL-PRF-38534, MIL-PRF- 19500, MIL-STD-883, MIL-STD-750, MIL-STD-202, J-STD-001, J-STD-033, JEDEC & MANY OTHERS

PROGRAMMING: PLD-PROM-EPROM-EEPROM-FLASH
Programming, erasure, device blank verification marking, and labeling available for quick turnaround.

PROM - Programmable-Read-Only-Memory: A ROM which requires a programming operation. A memory device whose stored data content is established on an individual device basis through a programming process (usually involving the blowing of fuse links on the surface of the die). Unlike EPROMs and EEPROMs, PROMS cannot be erased and reprogrammed.

EPROM - Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory: A memory device whose content can be established through a programming process (usually hot electrode injection) and can be totally erased by exposure to ultraviolet light for sustained periods (typlically 30 minutes). When properly erased, the device can be reprogrammed.

EEPROM (E2PROM) - Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory: A memory device whose content can be established through a programming process (usually the tunneling of electrons across a thin layer of silicon dioxide to a floating gate). Each memory cell of an EEPROM can be individually erased by imposing a voltage to reverse the flow of electrons to move them away from the floating gate. The cell can then be reprogrammed. Both programming and erasing can be performed without removal of the device from the system in which it is used.
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