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Cal Crystal Lab - Comclok  Profile

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Cal Crystal Lab - Comclok  Company Overview

Cal Crystal Lab., Inc. was founded in 1969 as a manufacturer of crystal products.

In 1981, Comclok, Inc. began operations manufacturing crystal oscillators.

Today, the combined Cal Crystal Lab - Comclok company is broad-based supplier of crystals and oscillators.

Cal Crystal Lab - Comclok  Products

The types of products manufactured by Cal Crystal Lab - Comclok include Quartz Crystals, Crystal Clock Oscillators, Voltage Controlled Crystal Oscillators (VCXO), Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillators (TCXO).

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