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Adiva Technology  Profile

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Adiva Technology  Company Overview

Adiva Technology, Inc. is a manufacturer of high quality LEDs, Crystal Oscillators, Inductors and Resonators for a wide range of industries and applications.

Adiva Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by Adiva Technology include Air Coil Inductors, Ceramic Filters, Ceramic Resonators, Choke Coils, Crystal Oscillators, Data Line Chokes, Data Line Filters, Diodes, Filter Choke Inductors, Fixed Axial Inductors, LEDs, Laser-cut Chip Inductors, Molded Choke Inductors, Molded Wire-wound Chip Inductors, Multilayer Chip Beads, Axial and SMD Power Inductors, Quartz Crystals, SAW Filters & Resonators, TCXO, VCTCXO, Toroid Inductors, Voltage Controlled Oscillators, Temperature Controlled Oscillators and Wire Wound Chip Beads.

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