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KDI Triangle - MCE - Aeroflex  Profile

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KDI Triangle - MCE - Aeroflex  Company Overview

KDI/Triangle is a designer and manufacturer of state-of the-art technology for the RF and microwave industry for commercial and military applications. KDI/triangle was acquired by Microwave Component Enterprises (MCE) in 1996 and subsequently acquired by Aeroflex Microelectronic Solutions.

KDI Triangle - MCE - Aeroflex  Products

The types of products manufactured by KDI Triangle - MCE - Aeroflex include Surface Mount Pin Diode Switches, Antenna Switch Matrices, High Power, High Isolation Switch Matrices, High Power Combiners, Dividers & Couplers, Low-IMD Combiner Assemblies, Broadband Pin Diodes, Pin Diode Attenuators, and RF Front End Subsystems.

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