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TXC Corporation  Profile

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TXC Corporation  Company Overview

TXC Corporation, founded in 1983, is a leading professional frequency control product manufacturer. They have devoted to the research, design, manufacture, and sale of Dual-Inline-Package (DIP) and Surface Mount Device (SMD) quartz crystal products. TXC now specializes in four categories of products such as high quality Quartz Unit Crystal, Crystal Oscillator (CXO), Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Filter, and Timing Module (TM).

TXC Corporation  Products

The types of products manufactured by TXC Corporation include Quartz crystals, Crystal oscillators, SAW devices, and Timing Modules.

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