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Temex Components - Rakon  Profile

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Temex Components - Rakon  Company Overview

Temex is a global leading designer and manufacturer of total value-added time and frequency management solutions. Founded in 1971, the company offers advanced, low-cost and high-performance products, ranging from filter, oscillator components to frequency synthesizers, smart GPS timing modules to reference clocks, test instruments to complete network synchronization systems used in a wide variety of applications and industries.

Temex Components was acquired by Rakon France in July, 2010, to become Racon Temex SAS.  Subsequently, in September, 2011, Rakon Temex SAS changed its name to Rakon France SAS.

Temex Components - Rakon  Products

The types of products manufactured by Temex Components - Rakon include Crystal Filters, Crystal Oscillators, Crystal Resonators, Filters for Defense, Frequency Synthesizers Modules, RF Oscillators, SAW Filters, SAW Delay Lines, SAW Dispersive Delay Lines, SAW Resonators, and SAW Duplexers.

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