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AKM Semiconductor

- AKM Semiconductor is a wholly owned subsidiary of Asahi Kasei Microdevices (AKM), Tokyo, Japan. AKMS, located in San Jose, California offers sales, marketing, and design support for North American customers. AKM designs and manufactures CMOS mixed signal integrated circuits for applications including audio, multimedia, data storage, and telecommunications.

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VERITA AK557X Premium High-End Multichannel ADC Series

The AK557X captures incredible detailed and the true sound expression with its high-resolution 32-bit processing by AKMs proprietary VELVET SOUND architecture that has been widely adopted by well-established high-end audio companies.

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AK4637 Low-Power Audio 24-bit Mono CODEC

Since the market demand for single-chip recording/playback CODEC for potable and IoT equipment is increasing, AKM has developed the AK4637EN.

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CQ2xx Current Sensor

AKM Semiconductor CQ-20xx, CQ-223x, and CQ-233x are open-type current sensors using a Hall sensor which outputs the analog voltage proportional to the AC/DC current.

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AK4137EQ Digital Sample Rate Converter

AKM's AK4137 supports both master/slave mode of IIS, TDM and DSD data format.

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AK4452/54/56/58 DAC Series

AKM's AK445x premium multi-channel DAC series provides a simple and best solution to wide range of applications with a TDM interface and up to 8-channel variations.

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CQ3301 and CQ3303 Coreless Current Sensor

AKM Semiconductor's CQ-3301 and CQ-3303 are open-type current sensor using a Hall sensor which outputs the analog voltage proportional to the AC/DC current.

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