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Oscilent Corporation  Profile

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Oscilent Corporation  Company Overview

Oscilent Corporation is a broad line manufacturer of Frequency Control products offering design and production expertise in Quartz Crystals, Crystal Oscillators, Crystal Filters, and Ceramic Resonators. Our product line includes extensive custom and standard capabilities in Temperature Compensated (TCXO) and Voltage Controlled (VCXO) Oscillators.

Oscilent Corporation  Products

The types of products manufactured by Oscilent Corporation include SAW Filters, Crystal Oscillators, IF SAW Filters, RF SAW Filters, Quartz Crystals, Ceramic Resonators, TCXOs, VCXOs, Crystal Filters, and Ceramic Filter.

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