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NIC’s LC Filters vary from DC to 6000 MHz with 3 dB bandwidths varying from 0.5% to 100%. These filters are designed for applications needing superior performance in small packages in both environmentally benign and rugged conditions.
NIC designs and manufactures Multiplexers and Diplexers varying from DC to 6000 MHz for broadband and narrowband applications. Filters within any of the Bandpass series or combinations of different series may be used to form the basic networks of diplexers and multiplexers.
NIC manufactures custom Phase Shifters designed for high reliability environments. The assemblies consist of diverse components such as amplifiers, switches, filters, and MMIC devices. Each component is carefully designed and adapted to meet all custom specifications.
NIC manufactures custom Switched Filter Banks designed for high reliability environments. Covering a frequency range of 500 to 6000 MHz, the channels are completely customizable by the user (2-8 channels). These assemblies are TTL controlled and feature a variety of filter and switch technologies and electrical characteristics.
NIC builds custom Filter/Limiter assemblies varying from 10 to 3000 MHz. These ruggedized assemblies are used in a variety of military applications- avionics, ground based, ship-borne and have the capability of handling high input power.
NIC’s space level products are built with the highest level of quality control. NIC is a proven provider of high quality, cost-effective space products. With over 10 years of experience with military and commercial space applications, NIC's product reliability has operating life up to 30 years.
NIC’s Crystal Oscillator product line is designed for a variety of applications that need high performance in both environmentally benign and rugged conditions. NIC manufactures TCXOs & VCTCXOs which typically employ a thermistor network to generate a correction voltage which reduces the frequency variation over temperature.
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