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Post subject: Mini-Circuits Spanks Microwaves & RF Magazine Posted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 10:27 am

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Did you see the "feedback" section of the latest (Feb 2006) edition of MW&RF? Mini-Circuits took the editors of the Product Data Directory (PDD) to the woodshed for a lick'n for omitting them in the printed version. I can only imagine the grief they doled out in the not-so-public venue.

Since Mini-Circuits basically owns all the major RF magazines (RF Design, High Frequency Electronics, Microwaves & RF, etc.), because of the domination of advertising, they must really have been torqued for being dissed by MW&RF.

That's the problem with allowing yourself to be sold out too much to any one entity. It's true for many things, including employers.


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Loren A.
Post subject: Posted: Mon May 08, 2006 11:50 am

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Yeah, saw it. I think MCL is the 800-pound gorilla in the RF industry. From what I hear they always get their way. Goota say I wish I owned them. Sure wouldn't want out operate out of NYC though.





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