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Dielectric Laboratories  Profile

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Dielectric Laboratories  Company Overview

Dielectric Laboratories was founded in 1974 in Fairfield, New Jersey as a manufacturer of high Q, temperature compensating multi-layer capacitors. Dielectric Laboratories is a global supplier of microwave and millimeter wave components for optical and wireless communications, military, medical, semiconductor, aerospace, and transportation markets.

Dielectric Laboratories  Products

The types of products manufactured by Dielectric Laboratories include High Q Multi-Layer capacitors (MLC) and Single-Layer capacitors (SLC), Resonators, Filters, Broadband DC blocks, Thin Film components, and Custom ceramic components.

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