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Frontier Electronics  Profile

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Frontier Electronics  Company Overview

Founded in Taiwan in 1972, Frontier Electronics designs and manufactures a wide range of high quality electronic components for customers around the world. Its product line includes diodes, bridge rectifiers, off-the-shelf RF chokes, coils and inductors, and custom-made transformers. Frontier Electronics no longer maintains an active website.

Frontier Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Frontier Electronics include Leaded Recitifers, SMD Rectifiers, Bridge Rectifiers, Solid State Arresters, SIDACs, Air Coils, RF Inductors, Power Chokes, EMI/Line Filters, Transformers, and Power Inverters.

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