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Hy-Q International  Profile

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Hy-Q International  Company Overview

Hy-Q International is a 100% Australian owned company and has been supplying frequency control products to the highest international standards for over 30 years. The Hy-Q product range includes quartz crystal units, filters, DIL's, voltage controlled, temperature compensated and oven controlled oscillators, monolithic and discrete filters as well as ceramic filters and resonators.

Hy-Q International  Products

The types of products manufactured by Hy-Q International include Microprocessor Crystals, Surface Mount Crystals, Surface Mount Filters, Surface Mount Oscillators, Ceramic Devices, Trimmer Capacitors, Micro Speakers, E.C. Microphones, and E.M. Buzzers.

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