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Neohm Componenti  Profile

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Neohm Componenti  Company Overview

Neohm Componenti Srl was established in March 1990 and owns the heritage of Neohm Elettonics SpA, active in the international electronic market since early 1960's. Neohm Componenti Srl is active in the Defense, Aerospace, Scientific and Medical Markets with the Design and Manufacturing of MCM, Hybrid Circuits and Sensors.

Neohm Componenti  Products

The types of products manufactured by Neohm Componenti include Rad Hard Hybrid Circuits, High Density Hybrid Circuits Mixed Technology Power Hybrids, Integrated Power Supply & EPCs, Radio Frequency Modules, and Pressure/Force/Custom Sensors.

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