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Massachusetts Bay Technologies

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378 Page Street
Stoughton, MA 02072-2971
About Massachusetts Bay Technologies
  • Founded in 1999, Massachusetts Bay Technologies (MBT) is a company specializing in the design, manufacture, and distribution of discrete silicon RF/Microwave semiconductor devices. MBT is committed to the continuance of innovations in service to its customers, improvement of design, product performance, and quality control.
    MBT’s products and services consist of acting as a primary source for hard-to-find or obsolete RF/Microwave silicon diodes; product frequencies range from 100Hz up to and including millimeter wave; our quality devices are used in various academic and industry applications such as university and laboratory research, consumer products, telecommunications, aerospace, and military. MBT’s product line includes but is not limited to tuning and multiplier varactors, step recovery diodes, PIN, NIP, Limiter, Point Contact, Schottky mixer/detector diodes, and chip capacitors.
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