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DPAC Technologies - Quatech  Profile

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DPAC Technologies - Quatech  Company Overview

Founded in 1981 in Garden Grove, California, DPAC Technologies develops and builds 802.11 integration modules and connectivity products for machine-to-machine communication applications. DPAC's embedded 802.11 wireless modules and packaged subsystems are used by major OEMs in the transportation, homeland security, medical diagnostics and a wide variety of other markets to enable remote data collection and control. DPAC was acquired by B&B Electronics subsidiary Quatech in August, 2011.

DPAC Technologies - Quatech  Products

The types of products manufactured by DPAC Technologies - Quatech include 802.11 Embedded Modules, Device Servers, Bridges and Radios, 802.11 External Device Servers and Ethernet Bridges, 802.11 Antennas, SRAM, DRAM, FLASH, and EEPROM.

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