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MicroMetrics - Aeroflex Metelics  Profile

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MicroMetrics - Aeroflex Metelics  Company Overview

Established in 1986, MicroMetrics, Inc. is a privately held, full service manufacturer of standard and custom RF/microwave diodes and semiconductor devices. MicroMetrics was acquired by Aeroflex Inc. in April, 2007 and is now a part of the Metelics division of Aeroflex Microelectronic Solutions.

MicroMetrics - Aeroflex Metelics  Products

The types of products manufactured by MicroMetrics - Aeroflex Metelics include Commercial Diodes, Tuning Varactors, Step Recovery Diodes, PIN/NIP/Limiter Diodes, Schottky Diodes, Point Contact Diodes, Chip Capacitors, Resistors, Spiral Inductors and Attenuator Pads.

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