Brooktree was an American company founded in 1983 by Henry Katzenstein to commercialize a faster hardware architecture for digital to analog converters, three to eight times faster than the converters then on the market.
Brooktree's best-known products included IC chipsets such as the Bt8x8 family. These were frequently used in TV tuner cards.
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