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RelComm Technologies  Profile

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RelComm Technologies  Company Overview

RelComm Technologies, Inc., established in April 1994, designs and manufactures Design Enhanced Application Specific RF Coaxial Relay Products for high volume commercial telecommunications infrastructure, military communications as well as test and measurement instrumentation operating from DC to 40 GHz.

RelComm Technologies  Products

The types of products manufactured by RelComm Technologies include SMA Connectorized Relays, Type "N" Connectorized Relays, and Surface Mount Technology Relays.

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