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Articles by Microwave Journal Staff

Company Profile: Tyco Electronics M/A-COM

Company History Founded in 1950 by three engineers, M/A-COM began as Microwave Associates in a small rented office on Columbus Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts. Launched with just $10,000 in capital, its first customer was the US Army Signal Corps, which funded R&D for cutting-edge radar systems. In the years...
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Company Profile: MECA

Company History After many years as a Senior Projects Engineer at ITT Federal Laboratories in Nutley, NJ; Ronald R. Davo founded Microwave Electronic Components of America in July of 1961. MECA’s main business focus through the 1960s and early 1970s was primarily components used in radar systems for the...
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Company Profile: Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc.

Company Description Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc. was founded in June 1990 with the purpose of supplying the microwave community with YIG-Based products that provide technically superior performance at competitive prices with the highest regard to customer service and quality. A privately held corporation, Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc. has been...
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Company Profile: Mitsubishi Electric Europe

Company History Mitsubishi was founded by Yataro Iwasaki in 1870. He began by leasing three steamships, thus founding a transport company and establishing Mitsubishi with a firm base in the shipping industry. Iwasaki chose the three diamond-mark as the emblem for his company. In 1921, when Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co....
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Company Profile: Modelithics

Company History Founded in 2001, Modelithics has provided products/services to over 180 corporations, including repeat business with Fortune 500 companies like: Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Du Pont, Motorola, Honeywell, Raytheon, and EMC Corporation, as well as several other industry leaders such as Tyco Electronics, Harris, Cree, Vishay, American Technical Ceramics,...
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Company Profile: Molex

Company History The late Frederick A. Krehbiel founded the Molex Products Company in Brookfield, Illinois, in 1938. He named the company after Molex, a plastic material he developed, and soon was manufacturing a variety of products from this material, including clock cases, flowerpots, valve wheels and salt tablet dispensers....
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Company Profile: Microwave Journal

Company History Microwave Journal published its first issue in July of 1958. Founder and Publisher William Bazzy declared that “Our objective is simply to offer a forum to the industry and be the means of communication for the people in this segment of the electronic field.” Led by Editor...
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