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Signal Conditioners Products: Signal Amplifiers | Signal Oscillators | Signal Repeaters 

Signal Conditioners Overview

Signal Conditioners A signal conditioner is used for converting non-standardized analog signals from a variety of sensors of temperature, pressure, and flow rate, into standardized signals which are accurately readable by a computer.

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Signal conditioning devices include signal filters, attenuators, instrument amplifiers, charge amplifiers, sample-and-hold amplifiers, isolation amplifiers, signal isolators, multiplexers, bridge conditioners, analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters, frequency converters or translators, voltage converters or inverters, frequency-to-voltage converters, voltage-to-frequency converters, current-to-voltage converters, current loop converters, and charge converters.

Selling Proposition

Databeans Inc., a market research firm, expects the worldwide signal conditioning market at Rs.19,866.80 crore in 2006 will grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10 per cent over the next five years and reach close to Rs.33,815.83 crore ($8 billion) by 2012. The firm said this lucrative IC market has attracted many new entrants, but the large analogue suppliers still dominate and that is the expectation moving forward.
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