Analog Hardware Technology

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Analog Hardware Technology. The technology and related information currently owned on the Effective Date and used by any of the Analog Parties or their respective Subsidiaries in connection with the design, development, implementation, testing, debugging, supporting, and manufacturing of Current Products including but not limited to all register transfer level code, Source Code (provided that with respect to the Analog Tools, Source Code is supplied only to the extent listed in an applicable Appendix), test benches,... synthesizable net lists, synthesis scripts, make files, flow methodologies, Documentation, placement and layout diagrams, circuit schematics, simulation models, specifications, production test requirements, DSPs, firmware and DSP code, LEDs, digital to analog converters, analog to digital converters, phase locked loops, clocks, memory caches, references, power management units, interfaces, switches, detectors, modulators, gain blocks, controllers, codecs and codec interfaces, drivers, data interfaces, memory interfaces, SIM interfaces, communications interfaces, display interfaces, radio interfaces, keypad interfaces, and accessory interfaces, to the limited extent that the same are included within the Current Products. For the avoidance of doubt, Analog Hardware Technology shall not include any (i) Third Party Technology (except to the extent sublicensable to Licensee without causing any Analog Party or any Related Entity to incur an obligation to pay a license fee, royalty, or similar cost to any third party) or (ii) Transferred Technology View More
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