- Microwave Components has been a leading manufacturer of custom miniature electronic air coils since 1978
- This agreement aligns with Richardson Electronics’ strategy to collaborate with leading passive component technology providers
Richardson Electronics has signed an agreement with Microwave Components, Inc. (MCI). This agreement aligns with Richardson Electronics’ strategy to collaborate with leading passive component technology providers, complementing its active technology partnerships for component designs and engineered solutions.
“The agreement with MCI expands our portfolio with products critical to our customer base,” said Greg Peloquin, Executive Vice President of Richardson Electronics’ Power and Microwave Technologies and Green Energy Solutions groups. “Knowing that MCI shares our commitment to leading technology, quality and customer satisfaction makes it a perfect fit for our Company growth strategy.”
“Microwave Components, Inc., is very excited to begin this partnership with Richardson Electronics, Ltd. As MCI continues to grow, we are not only looking to expand our footprint within North America, but internationally as well. RELL’s global sales channel enables MCI to provide international customers with the same hands-on, customer-focused experience that our domestic customers have expected when designing and purchasing MCI’s miniature air core inductors. RELL’s large RF and microwave components product portfolio and commitment to customers made this partnership a perfect fit for MCI,” said Robin Nazarian, CEO of Microwave Components, Inc.
Richardson Electronics offers solutions and increases value through design-in support, systems integration, prototype design and manufacturing, testing, logistics, and aftermarket technical service and repair on a global basis.
Microwave Components has been a leading manufacturer of custom miniature electronic air coils since 1978. MCI coils are manufactured to meet its customers’ specifications. MCI’s High Q miniature air coils are used in a variety of RF and Microwave applications, all of which require high-performance, reliable and repeatable inductors.