DETROIT ā€“ AMI Semiconductor, a self-described best-kept secret in the automotive semiconductor business, plays to its strength with the official market launch at Convergence 2002 here of a new mixed-signal technology said to save space and lower costs. ASTRX2 single chip transceiver is said to have a longer range than many competing chips, making it ideal for use in key fobs and other remote devices AMIS, which plans to go public as soon as market conditions become favorable, ...

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