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EMC Technology  Profile

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EMC Technology  Company Overview

Since its founding in 1963, EMC Technology has been a leader in the RF and microwave components industry. We support the military, space and commercial markets with leading-edge technology in thin and thick film passive devices. EMC Technology is a subsidiary of Smiths Group, a multi-billion dollar global corporation servicing the aerospace, medical, industrial and telecom industries.

EMC Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by EMC Technology include Standard and High Reliability Thermopad passive surface mountable temperature variable attenuators, Standard and High Reliability Attenuators, Low Power and High Power RF Resistors including Surface Mount, Rod, and Flange Mounted, Surface Fount, Chip, and Pill Terminations, Fixed Slope Chip Equalizers, TVE Equalizers, TFE Chip Equalizers, Smart Load Power Sensing Terminations, Coaxial Attenuators, Coaxial Terminations, Flange Attenuators, Flush Mount Terminations, Flange Terminations, and Flange Resistors.

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