Please see today’s public announcement about the release of our P-Channel compliment to the LSK170.
Tomorrow Linear Integrated Systems (LIS) will be announcing a limited release of small quantities of the currently un-released LSJ74, a single P-channel JFET, to the diyaudio hobbyists exclusively through the www.diyaudio.com/store website.
The current demand for the LSJ74 within the OEM community continues to exceed LIS current wafer inventory, which is why LIS is offering only a limited release for the hobbyists only. The LSJ74 remains unreleased for OEM users.
During this limited release LIS will not be selling the LSJ74 directly from the LIS factory or through its authorized distributors. All hobbyists sales inquiries will be directed to the www.diyaudio.com/store for fulfillment.
LIS will be posting a notice on the LIS website and LIS social media sites to inform potential hobbyists not to contact the LIS factory or LIS authorized distributors for LSJ74 orders. The only location to get the LSJ74 is the www.diyaudio.com/store website.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me.
BURNING AMP 2013 – Sunday, October 6th, 2013
Linear Systems will be exhibiting at the Burning Amp Festival 10/6/2013. Come see us!
A little about this year:
*Burning Amp 2013 will have great presentations in the Big Room, as well as the famed raffle, a swap meet,
manufacturer’s and demonstration tables, lunch and refreshments.
*Also five listening rooms, packed with DIY systems and components on display. Bring the amp or speakers or whatever else you made and we’ll swap it in to be heard. If your component doesn’t quite work, bring it to display, you’ll get plenty of advice to get it working.
Check out this link for the scheduling: http://www.burningamp.org/schedule-2011/
Are you looking for Ultra Low Noise JFETS? If so, check out our recently released LSK489. This Monolithic Dual N-Channel JFET has the best low-noise/low-capacitance combination, lowest input capacitance per unit gate length and lowest noise for a given gate length in the industry. Samples are available in TO-71, SOIC 8 and SOT-23 packages. For more information visit our website at www.linearsystems.com.
Have you noticed anything different with Linear Integrated Systems recently? You should – our new website has officially launched!
After months of hard work and preparation by our staff, we are proud and excited to unveil our new and improved website for all of our past, current, and potential customers. The main reason we had decided to give the site a facelift was to update all of the features from the old site, in the hopes of making it more user-friendly while also making available more information about our company, our products, and our capabilities.
Let’s take a stroll through the new site. First, you can see we have integrated our social media icons onto the site, allowing for all of you to see what information we are communicating on these platforms (come Like and Follow us!). Next, head over to the “Literature” section in the top navigation. Here, we have updated all of our reference materials, so that you can search easily search for products that best meet your end use. LIS has greatly expanded its offering of application notes (Siliconix, Erno Borbely), whitepapers, and highly-regarded industry books. Now, take a look at the Siliconix and Fairchild cross reference we have put together. This document contains 2,000 industry items, including part numbers, which have been discontinued. We understand that many customers come to us seeking our capability to provide replacement JFETs and pin-to-pin replacements; we figured, why not make the process as easy as possible? Lastly, go back to our homepage and check out the bottom right-hand corner. Here is our distributor inventory locating feature, which allows you to search through the inventory available through all of our distributors.
As mentioned, the main purpose of the new site was to make it more user-friendly and allow ourselves to be more accessible to our customers. Take a look around and let us know—what do you think?
Will you be attending the Analog Aficionados party? This year, we will not only be attending the event, but we are also co-sponsoring it!
The gathering, which is being held in the memory of Hans Camenzind this year, is an annual party in Santa Clara. The aficionados are a group of pioneers in the semiconductor industry who have developed new technologies over the years. A who’s who of the people who have worked in the industry, the event is a time for everyone to come together, demonstrate products or technologies they have created, and see what is current in the industry. Who are some of the guests? Host Paul Rako and many other aficionados from Texas Instruments, Analog Devices, and Intersil, among others. LIS president John Hall, founder of Micro Power Systems, will be attending as well.
Not only are we excited to attend and participate, but we will also be showcasing our new ultra low noise dual JFET LSK489! We will have some posters and literature about the product and share our newest technologies and products with the others in the industry. It’s a great opportunity to meet with the old and new minds of the semiconductor and analog industries! Fellow aficionados—we look forward to seeing you there!
At Linear Integrated Systems, we are eager to stay in-tune with customers’ needs and the demands of the discrete component marketplace. While many electronic component manufacturers focus on supplying very large volumes of general-purpose amplifiers, transistors, and diodes for use in consumer electronic devices, our focus is much different. We have found a niche as a second source supplier for more than 2,000 current and discontinued components that are still very much in demand. Additionally, Linear Integrated provides “special selection” options for electrical testing, packaging, and reliability screening. LIS has extensive experience supporting “special selection” requirements within all of the markets it serves.
Here at Linear Integrated Systems, we have the unique ability to control the fabrication process to accommodate the data sheet specifications as well as narrower tolerances customers need to provide them with a product that exactly meets the specifications needed.