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Pasternack Enterprises  Profile

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Pasternack Enterprises  Company Overview

Pasternack Enterprises started in 1972 in Irvine California as a manufacturer of log amplifiers for the military and aerospace communities. Over the following 33 years Pasternack has evolved to offer one of the most extensive lines of RF coaxial and fiber optic products in the industry.

Pasternack Enterprises  Products

The types of products manufactured by Pasternack Enterprises include Hybrids, Adapters, Amplifiers, Attenuators, Bias "Tee", Breakouts, Caps, Coaxial Cables, Coaxial Cable Assemblies, Connectors, Contacts / Gaskets, Dc Blocks, Detectors / Limiters, Directional Couplers, Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies, Fiber Optic Components, Frequency Doublers,Fuse Holders, Isolators / Circulators, Matching Pads, Noise Generators, Patch Cords, Phase Shifters,Phase Trimmers, Power Dividers,Precision Test Cable Assemblies, Screws & Nuts, Shorts, Standard Gain Horns, Surge Protectors. Switches, Terminations, Tools, and Waveguides.

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