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INSTOCK Wireless Components, Inc
325 RF microwave power divider, combiner, splitter models to choose from in 2way thru 32way configurations. Featuring Type N power dividers and SMA splitters.
Manufacturer of the Reheatza Microwave Pizza Pan. Reheat Pizza in the microwave with a crispy crust.
We're of Microwave and RF coaxial components, including adapters, terminations, attenuators, waveguide to coax adapters, cable assemblies, and dc blocks.
Emerson & Cuming Microwave Products
Emerson & Cuming Microwave Products, Inc., an ISO 9001:2008 company is a world leader in the development and manufacture of engineered microwave materials. Product lines include Eccosorb, Eccostock, and Eccoshield.
TTI is a world class manufacturer of rigid, high mix, printed circuit boards. We specialize in RF and high performance PCBs which accounts for about 60% of our business. TTI is ISO 9001 certified, ITAR Reg, IPC, ROHS compliant and SDB 8(a) certified.
Odyssey Technical Solutions
Odyssey Technical Solutions is the largest non-OEM repair facility in the USA specializing in RF, µW, & DC Power Supply repairs. All work is done in-house, and quality procedures are backed by our ISO 9001:2008 & ANSI/ESD S20.20 Certifications.
Off the shelf sales of Microwave Attenuators, Adapters, DC Blocks, Terminations, and Cables.
Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.
Leaders in RF cables, adapters and connectors, Pasternack Enterprises is an ISO certified manufacturer and international supplier of RF, microwave and fiber optic components. Pasternack offers off-the-shelf 99.4% availability and same-day shipment.
SKYFIBER's Optical Wireless Broadband technology uses infrared light to deliver 1Gbps of Broadband connectivity at a fraction of the cost of Fiber or Microwave, and is ideal for mobility backhaul, fiber extension, and a host of enterprise applications.
Coffee Mug Cakes
Coffee Mug Cakes (CMC) was created by Chelsea E. Dodd, a marketing communications professional and baking hobbyist. Chelsea realized there was a market for cakes that could be made quickly in the microwave using common household ingredients.