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NATEL Forms Strategic Alliance with Telonic Berkeley

IN Ceramic Substrates, Digital Media, Management Team, Press Releases On 30-09-2013

NATEL has formed a strategic alliance with Telonic Berkeley of Vista, California to meet our customer requirements for microwave filters, RF filters and other passive devices, such as lumped element filters, tubular filters, combline/cavity filters, tunable filters, ceramic filters, couplers, power dividers, combiners, diplexers and multiplexers.

Telonic Berkeley was founded in 1958 and established a market niche for its Model 107 Smoke Meters and Rotary Step attenuators. Over the years, it has developed a strong reputation and market presence for standard and custom microwave and RF components, including lumped element, combline, cavity and tubular filters (lowpass, bandpass, bandstop and highpass), diplexers, multiplexers and switch filters—always meeting very critical customer requirements. Applications include telephony, radar systems, electronic warfare, communications, satellite and ISR systems.

Supported by NATEL for high-volume demands, Telonic Berkeley can meet all customer requirements for Microwave and RF passive devices built to very demanding specifications with state-of-art design and fabrication facilities.

NATEL, founded in 1975, is the largest privately-held microelectronics company in the United States. It meets OEM requirements for automated assembly of T/R modules, hybrids, MCMs, chip on board products and a full range of ceramic substrates, including thin film, thick film, LTCC, HTCC, AlN and BeO. NATEL holds and maintains industry specific certifications such as AS9100, MIL-PRF-48534, Class H & K and operates over 40,000 square feet of advanced clean-room facilities. NATEL is a pioneer and proven innovator in the manufacturing of products for fiber optics, optoelectronics, space, defense, medical and instrumentation. OEMs such as Raytheon, Boeing, Northrop, Lockheed Martin, ITT Excelis and General Dynamics rely on NATEL for their most complicated manufacturing challenges.


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