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Converters (30 companies found)

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  • Pico Electronics

    Miniature Electronic Components for Industrial Use.
    Miniature Converters, Transformers & Inductors: Pico Electronics, the leader in high quality, high reliability miniature power components offers a complete line of DC-DC Converters, Transformers and Inductors. Pico DC-DC Converters are available in models from 2V to 10,000 VDC Outputs and 1-300 Watt Modules. They offer MIL/COTS/Industrial...
  • Spacek Labs Inc

    Spacek Labs is dedicated to providing custom-designed mm-wave components and subsystems to universities, research institutions, private industry and Government. Our amplifiers, mixers, Gunn oscillators, frequency multipliers, filters, receivers, frequency translators and mm-wave assemblies are...
  • Vishay Intertechnology Inc.

  • Mercury Systems

  • NXP Semiconductors

    Philips Electronics is one of the world’s biggest electronics companies and Europe’s largest with sales of EUR 30.3 billion in 2004. A technology leader in identification Philips provides ICs for smart cards paper tickets and reader devices used in applications such as automatic fare collection...
  • National Instruments (NI)

    NI provides powerful, flexible technology solutions that accelerate productivity and drive rapid innovation. From daily tasks to grand challenges, NI helps engineers and scientists overcome complexity to exceed even their own expectations. Customers in nearly every industry—from healthcare and...
  • Linwave Technology Ltd.

  • Comtech Xicom Technology

    Xicom Technology, Inc., a Comtech (Nasdaq:CMTL) company, produces amplifier solutions for commercial and military satellite uplink applications including ground, sea and air. Xicom Technology offers product lines including TWTAs, SSPAs, KPAs, and BUCs. Xicom offers amplifiers in the tropo,...
  • Wilmore Electronics Co. , Inc.

  • Rohm

    ROHM, the world's largest component-only manufacturer, was founded in 1958 in Kyoto, Japan. ROHM designs and manufactures semiconductors and other electronic components including monolithic and hybrid ICs, power modules, photo link modules, transistors, diodes, LEDs, LED displays, laser diodes,...