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AEL Crystals  Profile

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AEL Crystals  Company Overview

Established since 1960 as a specialist in the field of quartz frequency control products, AEL Crystals Ltd is one of the UK's largest suppliers of quartz-based frequency control components to the electronics industry. AES Crystals is fully BS EN ISO9002 approved.

AEL Crystals  Products

The types of products manufactured by AEL Crystals include Clock Oscillators, Leaded Quartz Crystals, SMD Clock Oscillators, SMD Quartz Crystals, Monolithic Filters, SAW Devices, Ceramic Resonators & Filters, TCXO, VCXO, OCXO, and Dielectric Resonators.

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