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Kyocera  Profile

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Kyocera  Company Overview

Kyocera meets customer needs by producing ceramic capacitors, piezo products and RF modules utilizing fine ceramic technologies, and crystal products using high purity quartz crystals.

Kyocera  Products

The types of products manufactured by Kyocera include Ceramic Capacitors, Tantalum Capacitors / Niobium Oxide Capacitors, EMI Filters, Transient Voltage Suppressors, Crystal Units, Clock Oscillators, TCXO, VCXO, High Precision Oscillators, Ceramic Resonators / SAW Resonators, Synthetic Quartz Crystals, Crystal Blanks, Optical Devices, SAW Filters, Monolithic Crystal Filters, Antenna Switch Modules, BluetoothTM Modules, Thick Film Chip Resistors, Shock Sensors, Piezoelectric Acoustic Generator Elements, and Piezo Buzzers.

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