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Nova Microwave Acquires ISO Certification

Nova Microwave Isolators & Circulators

March 7, 2014

Clearwater, FL- Nova Microwave, Inc., a subsidiary of Electro Technik Industries, Inc. (ETI), is now certified to ISO: 2008 by SAI Global. Nova Microwave, Inc. designs and manufactures isolators and circulators for RF and microwave commercial and defense applications.
Nova Microwave offers a number of different styles from drop-ins to surface mounts. The frequency ranges from 380 MHz to 23.6 GHz with average power ratings from 2 to 250 watts. The company has almost 20 years of experience in the microwave business.
ETI acquired Nova Microwave in June of 2013 to be part of its RF and Microwave Group and immediately initiated the ISO certification process. "This brings the number of ISO-certified Electro Technik companies up to nine, including three in our Capacitor/Resistor group, three in Microwave/RF, and three in Magnetics/Transformers. It's important that our customers have the assurance of quality and integrity in both our products and processes that the ISO recognition provides," explained Alen Fejzuli, President, Microwave Group.

About Electro Technik Industries
Incorporated in 1981, Electro Technik Industries, Inc. www.electrotechnik.com is now more than 30 years old. The company is headquartered in Clearwater, Florida, on the west coast of the state in the Tampa Bay area. From its inception, ETI has specialized in the design and manufacture of passive electronic components. Internally, they organize their resources into three business units including capacitive/resistive products, microwave & RF products, and magnetic products. Although ETI is a sizable parent company, it is still privately held. They don't have investor relations, they have customer relations. They're not investor driven, they're customer driven. Their business is built on their successes with customers, who keep coming back.


About Nova Microwave
Nova Microwave, Inc. is a Florida company, located in Clearwater, Florida specializing in the design, engineering and manufacturing of a broad range of Ferrite Circulators and Isolators.  Nova Microwave is a leader in technically differentiated electronic and radio frequency Ferrite Circulators and Isolators that connect, protect and control critical systems for the global microwave electronics market place including commercial and military wireless telecommunications.  Management represents years of combined technology development, competitive price manufacturing, and sales experience.  Our staff is dedicated to research and development of standard and custom design quality Ferrite Circulators and Isolators from 380 MHz to 26.5 GHz.

Nova Microwave, Inc.
380 Tennant Ave., Suite 5
Morgan Hill, CA  95037
Phone: 408-778-2746
E-mail: novasales@electrotechnik.com
Web: www.novamicrowave.com

Posted  January 10, 2014
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