MITEQ

AcronymDefinition
MITEQMicrowave Information Transmission Equipment
MITEQMircowave Information Transmission Equipment (company name)
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L-3 Communications (NYSE:LLL), a prime contractor in aerospace systems and national security solutions, announced on Thursday that it acquired the assets of MITEQ Inc on 21 January 2015 for USD41m, subject to customary adjustments.
The AGC was realized by UWB low noise amplifiers (AVG5-03001100-50-10P-8-S from MITEQ) with the voltage controlled gain.
According to L-3, the Miteq business develops and manufactures specialised RF microwave products and solid-state SATCOM components that complement the existing Narda product line.
When asked what new technologies help to stimulate the market that MITEQ operates in, the company's Art Faverio says, "If you can offer a product that no one else has, the market tends to create itself.
CPI added it would maintain a service centre for the target's products in the Chicago area and expects to retain also its global network of authorised service providers.Country: USASector: ElectronicsTarget: MCL Inc Buyer: CPI International Inc , Communications & Power Industries LLCVendor: MITEQ Inc Type: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: Existing resources, CashStatus: Closed
- COMMUNICATIONS & POWER INDUSTRIES TAKES OVER MITEQ'S MCL
The MITEQ Fiber Optic Card Cages are capable of supporting up to ten individual receiver modules at all of the covered frequency bands.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 26, 2013-Communications & Power Industries takes over MITEQ's MCL(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Howard Hausman received his BSEE and MSEE degrees from Polytechnic University and is currently vice president of engineering at MITEQ Inc., Hauppauge, NY.
-- SPONSOR H40 MITEQ H14 Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV H26/H27 Novapack Technologies H122 Octagon Communications Publishers' Corner OMMIC H23 Optiprint AG H66 Pascall Electronics Ltd.
Miteq designs and manufactures a complete line of high-performance components and subsystems for both the commercial and military communities.
MITEQ's product lines are basically split between two market segments.