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QuinStar Technology cryogenic isolator arrays
February 5, 2020 - QuinStar Technology, Inc. of Torrance, CA, will feature its cryogenic product line at the American Physical Society March Meeting. This event is March 2nd through 4th at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.
QuinStar cryogenic circulators, isolators, and arrays offer exceptional broadband performance down to the mK range. These components support applications such as quantum computing, radio astronomy, STM research, particle physics research, and electron spin resonance measurement systems. QuinStar engineers have over 36 years of experience in cryogenic ferrite design.
With this extensive experience, we continually advance state-of-the-art performance while trimming component size to stay ahead of emerging requirements. Further, our arrays are stacked and individually tuned for optimal performance and compact size. Three shielding options are available to meet application requirements.
A design engineer will be on hand to discuss requirements and to show what he is currently working on. To set an appointment with the design engineer, click here. Otherwise, just stop by and visit QuinStar at booth #701. Please direct any questions to email@example.com.
We hope to see you in Denver!
About QuinStar Technology
Founded in 1993, QuinStar Technology, Inc. engineers and manufactures microwave and millimeter-wave subsystems, assemblies, and components. QuinStar serves both established and emerging markets with system applications in the commercial, scientific, and defense arenas. QuinStar is certified to ISO9001:2015 / AS9100D and offers the highest reliability, including military and space qualification.
QuinStar Technology, Inc.
24085 Garnier Street
Torrance, CA 90505
Posted February 10, 2020