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Bomar Crystal  Profile

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Bomar Crystal  Company Overview

Bomar was founded in 1963, as a manufacturer of quartz crystals to the commercial and two-way radio industries. Today, Bomar has low cost sources for high volumes of crystals, clock oscillators, VCXOs and TCXOs, continuing our 40 year commitment to providing high performance frequency control solutions that meet or exceed customer expectations in terms of price, quality and customer support.

Bomar Crystal  Products

The types of products manufactured by Bomar Crystal include Crystals: HC-49/U, HC-50/U, HC-51/U, HC-45/U, HC-49/S, HC-49/SMD, HC-49/S on SMD Platform, Cylinder, Ceramic Surface Mount Crystal, MCF 10MHz Series, and MCF 21MHz Series; Oscillators: Ceramic Surface Mount VCXO, TCXO, VCTCXO, Ceramic Surface Mount Oscillators, VCXO, TTL Clock Oscillators, HCMOS Crystal Clock Oscillators, Dual Compatible HCMOS/TTL Oscillators, Plastic Surface Mount Oscillators, and OCXO.

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DSCC National Stock Number (NSN) Search

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Standard Microcircuit Cross Reference

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