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October 2, 2017 - Microwave Filter Company (MFC) introduces their complete line of Broadcast products. Competitive pricing, exceptional quality, short lead times. Contact our experienced staff to discuss your requirements. Download full MFC catalog.

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About Microwave Filter Company

Microwave Filter Company, Inc. (MFC) has been a leader in the design, development and manufacture of high quality filter products since 1967. MFC offers products covering the frequency range from 5 Hz to 50 GHz for customers around the world Custom designs include waveguide, stripline/microstrip, lumped element, dielectric resonator and cavity/coaxial topologies. Filter types and accessories include bandpass, bandstop, combiners, couplers, diplexers, highpass, lowpass and adapters.


Microwave Filter Company

East Syracuse, New York USA


Website: www.microwavefilter.com

E-Mail: mfcsales@microwavefilter.com



Posted October 5, 2017

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