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Sangshin Elecom  Profile

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Sangshin Elecom  Company Overview

Sangshin Elecom is a leading manufacturer of electronic components specialized in developing and designing microwave components & sensors. Sangshin Elecom makes its own NTC ceramic thermistor powders from chemicals and then performs automatic pressing, flowing and sintering operations.

Sangshin Elecom's NTC ceramic thermistors are especially designed to meet the demands of many kinds of electric and electronic applications for high-performance and low-cost devices. Sangshin Elecom's NTC ceramic thermistors are designed to provide the highest quality level of products at cost effective prices.

Sangshin Elecom  Products

The types of products manufactured by Sangshin Elecom include NTC Ceramic Thermistorors, VCO, HIC, L/C Filters, R/F Filters, Duplexers, PLL(Phase Locked Loop) Modules, I/F Filters and DR(Dielectric Resonators).

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