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Bridge Semiconductor average salary is $31,200, median salary is $31,200 with a salary range from $31,200 to $31,200.
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  • Bridge Semiconductor Corporation
  • Industry: Semiconductors
  • City: Pittsburgh, PA
  • Bridge Semiconductor Corporation is a fab-less, mixed-signal semiconductor company developing a line of Application Specific Standard Products (ASSP) called Transanalog Interfaces?. Our strategy is to target high worth, high margin applications where our products uniquely provide the combination of lower price and/or higher performance needed to unlock pent-up market demand. Transanalog Interfaces? are based on our revolutionary Direct Digital Signal Conditioning? (DDSC) technology. DDSC can measure signals one thousand times smaller than other technologies while inherently providing a digital output. Transanalog Interfaces? are created by combining DDSC technology with sensing materials that have outstanding performance attributes but whose output signals