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Gowanda, TTE team up to expand electronic components business

10 Mar 2014

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Gowanda is teaming up with its recently acquired sister company, TTE Inc., to provide a broader range of electronic components to the global design engineering community. TTE Inc. designs and manufactures RF and microwave filters for critical markets including defence and test and measurement.

"TTE's line of RF and microwave filters complements Gowanda's microwave, RF and power inductors. We sell our products to many of the same customers and applications, so we will now be able to offer a more complete solution to the marketplace," said Don McElheny, Gowanda Electronics CEO.

TTE has been manufacturing electronic components since 1956. Initially offering LC filters in the range of 5Hz to 100kHz, the company's current-generation RF and microwave filters are available for any frequency from 0.1Hz to 26GHz, and to 40GHz in some instances.

"Like Gowanda, TTE has a long, reputable history of designing and manufacturing high-performance, high-reliability, custom OEM products. We look forward to leveraging our combined capabilities and expertise to enhance our position and success in addressing customer challenges in the global electronics community," said Steve Sodaro, TTE President.




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