These helped me build Intelligent Instruments in the 80s. Intersil was with GE earlier, innovators of advanced CMOS before anybody else. They made the smartest chips when the Microprocessors were being examined Skeptically by engineers. (At that time Microprocessors needed many support chips and consumed huge power only later CMOS uC came).
Today i found out that another company of that time called Datel is back, it was first a part of GE like Intersil then went to Murata now after decades it is back home.
“Datel was established in 1970 and has been a long time leader in providing high precision data acquisition components, including data converters, power supplies, DC-DC converters, and digital panel meters. ”
FIELD EFFECT AND DUAL MATCHED BIPOLAR TRANSISTORS
A complete line of high-performance junction FETs, dual JFETs, MOSFETs and matched dual bipolar devices.
Very low-power CMOS ROMs and EPROMs, as well as high-speed HMOS ROMs; CMOS microprocessors, peripherals and UARTs.
ANALOG SWITCHES AND MULTIPLEXERS
The industry’s broadest offering of highest-performance switches, including a video RF switch with excellent isolation at 100 MHz, and multiplexers featuring the least error as well as unprecedented input overload protection.
ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL AND DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG CONVERTERS
31/2- and 4V2-digit display output (DVM) analog-to-digital converters; 12-, 14- and 16-bit microprocessor-compatible analog-to-digital converters; and high-speed precision digital-to-analog converters up to 14 bits.
A new set of low-power devices with unequalled performance— 1-/*V offset voltage opamps, 4-/*A quiescent current regulators and supply monitors, 95-per-cent-efficient voltage converters and 1ppm/°C voltage references; a complete family of CMOS opamps; and a wide variety of special analog function circuits.
TIMERS, COUNTERS AND DISPLAY DRIVERS
A wide range of low-power counters, timers and multidigit LED, LCD and vacuum fluorescent display decoder/drivers, including those with full alphanumeric capability.