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Narda Microwave - L3 Communications  Profile

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Narda Microwave - L3 Communications  Company Overview

Narda Microwave, an L3 Communications Company, is part of a $2 billion electronics component and subsystem company serving the military and commercial communication markets. For over 50 years, Narda has developed and manufactured state-of-the-art microwave components and has been a leader in the development of oscillators, frequency synthesizers, and broadband amplifiers.

The company's expertise in GaAs MMIC applications and circuit designs have resulted in Narda's products flying in every aircraft from the B52 to the B2 and from the A10 to the F16.

Narda Microwave - L3 Communications  Products

The types of products manufactured by Narda Microwave - L3 Communications include Wireless, Electromechanical RF Switches, Passive Components, Active Components, RF Safety Products, and Power Meters/Monitors.

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