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Fox Electronics  Profile

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Fox Electronics  Company Overview

Fox Electronics, founded in 1979 in Fort Myers, FL, started as a small, family owned supplier of quartz crystals and oscillators. Since then, the company has evolved to become America's leading supplier of highly precise, highly reliable frequency control products to the worldwide electronics markets. Fox frequency control products are used in wireless communications equipment, telecommunications devices, computers and peripherals, instrumentation products and aerospace applications.

Fox Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Fox Electronics include Crystals, Oscillators, TCXOs, VCXOs, and Crystal Filters.

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