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RF Monolithics  Profile

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RF Monolithics  Company Overview

RF Monolithics is enabling the next generation of wireless applications. The edge of the Internet is extending to encompass the billions of machines, devices and processes around the globe that are currently unconnected. Wireless technology is the key to connecting these devices into the Internet. Building on our decades of experience in providing low power wireless solutions, we are helping provide the connections that will extend the edge of the Internet. We offer a broad range of wireless solutions, from comprehensive industrial wireless sensor networks to high performance RF components. Low power wireless technologies are providing the connectivity of the future, and RF Monolithics is providing the solutions to make those connections. RF Monolithics (RFM) provides two primary classes of wireless solutions - Networked Wireless Systems and Wireless Components.

RF Monolithics  Products

The types of products manufactured by RF Monolithics include Wireless Modules, Short Range Radios, SAW Resonators, SAW Narrowband Filters, SAW Filters, and Frequency Control Products.

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