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Supermodel Melanie Blattenberger wearing QuinStar Technology T-shirt - RF Cafe

If you visited the good folks at the QuinStar Technology booth at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) show in Boston this year (2019), you were probably offered one of the T-shirts shown here. As you might expect from a company of engineers and scientists, the design on the T-shirt includes a thinking exercise. Rumor has it that this is the first question put to interviewees. Can you decode the license plate message?

MMWKNXU California DOT License Plate - RF CafeQuinStar Technology - RF CafeI asked Ms. Carol Clasby, who probably handed you your T-shirt at IMS2019 (if you got one), whether someone at QuinStar actually has the license plate and she responded not yet, but maybe in the near future. I went to the California Department of Transportation website to see what such a license plate might look like. It allowed me to reserve the plate, although of course I could not order it. According to the website, Special Interest (aka "vanity") tags cannot be issued to businesses, only to individuals.

I don't know whether QuinStar is making these very nice quality T-shirts available outside of trade show appearances, but if you would like one, try contacting them to find out. Don't be surprised if you also end up contracting for some of their fine millimeter-wave products that connect you with the world - and in the case of their cryogenic items, the universe!

Contact:

Carol Clasby

QuinStar Technology, Inc.

24085 Garnier Street

Torrance, CA  90505

Tel: 1+310-320-1111

E-mail: sales@quinstar.com

Web: quinstar.com

 

 

Posted June 28, 2019

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