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General Electronic Devices - GED  Profile

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General Electronic Devices - GED  Company Overview

General Electronic Devices, GED, is a high quality, high volume manufacturer of standard and custom electronic devices such as VCOs, OCXOs, VCXOs, TCXOs, VCTCXOs, DROs, Frequency Translators, Synthesizers, Microwave Amplifiers, Clock Oscillators and Crystals. The frequency spectrum of GED devices covers the range from 30Hz to 26GHz.

General Electronic Devices - GED  Products

The types of products manufactured by General Electronic Devices - GED include OCXOs, TCXOs, Frequency Synthesizers, Frequency Translators, Clock Oscilators, VCXOs, DROs, Crystals, PLL Synthesizers, and RF & Microwave Amplifiers.

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