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Hytec Microsystems - Natel Engineering  Profile

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Hytec Microsystems - Natel Engineering  Company Overview

Hytek Microsystems, Inc. is a world class supplier of custom high-reliability microelectronic modules for the military / aerospace, space, medical and ruggedized COTS markets. Hytec was acquired by Natel Engineering in 2005.

Hytec Microsystems - Natel Engineering  Products

The types of products manufactured by Hytec Microsystems - Natel Engineering include DC Heaters, TEC Controllers, Laser Diode Drivers, and Digital Delay Lines.

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