Burr-Brown Corporation was a worldwide leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of precision linear, data conversion and mixed signal integrated circuits. These products address applications in communications, industrial control, instrumentation, consumer electronics, and personal computer systems.
The Burr-Brown Corporation was a United States technology company in Tucson, Arizona, which designed, manufactured, and marketed a broad line of proprietary, standard, high-performance, analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits (ICs) used in electronic signal processing. The company's products were used in a wide range of applications: industrial process and control, telecommunications, test and measurement, medical and scientific instrumentation, medical imaging, digital audio and video, personal computing and multimedia.
In September 2000, Texas Instruments acquired the company.
Burr-Brown was one of the principal suppliers of precision analog and data acquisition products to the electronic industry. The company pioneered many analog semiconductor products and techniques, such as active laser-trimming.