Microwave Filter Company, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures and sells electronic filters for radio and microwave frequencies primarily in the United States. The company manufactures RF filters and related components for eliminating interference and facilitating signal processing for such markets as cable television (CATV), broadcast, commercial and military communications, avionics, radar, navigation and defense. The company designs waveguide, stripline/ microstrip, transmission line, miniature/subminiature and lumped constant filters. Configurations include bandpass, highpass, lowpass, bandstop, multiplexers, tunable notch, tunable bandpass, high power filters, amplitude equalized, delay equalized, and filter networks. The company produces approximately 1,700 standard products and has designed approximately 5,000 custom products for specialized applications. Markets CATV: The company serves this market principally with three product groups. One popular area includes standard and custom filters used at the headend to process signals and remove interference. An application involves removing or re-routing TV channels to organize programming line-ups in multi-dwelling facilities (hospitals and senior living facilities). Broadcast: The company has developed new products (DTV mask transmit filters) to accommodate the wider bandwidth digital signals. The company also continues to serve other segments of the broadcast industry, such as FM radio, TV studio-to-transmitter links, and the broadcast auxiliary service band. Satellite: Microwave filters and IF filters for removing interference are provided to both commercial and home C-band TVRO antennas. Various products are available that offer protection and or solutions to interference that affects the feedhorn, downconverter, and receiver. Various filters are also available for satellite services utilizing higher frequency bands, such as 12, 13, and 18 GHz. Mobile Radio and Data Links: The company provides filters to various mobile radio services, such as cellular telephone, two way radio and paging to eliminate interference in transmit or receive equipment. RF and Microwave: This market includes both commercial and military applications. Filters in defense applications are used for such purposes as air to ground communications, radar and land communications. In commercial areas, filters are used to protect such equipment as receivers, transmitters, transceivers, and any other electronics used for signal processing. In addition to filters, this market is also served with the company’s Ferrosorb product line. Ferrosorb is a microwave absorbing material available in sheets, loads and various other shapes. The product is used to offer protection by shielding signals or absorbing selective bands. The company’s RF/Microwave products are sold primarily to original equipment manufacturers that serve the mobile radio, commercial communications, and defense electronics markets. Regulation The company’s products are subject to the Export Administration Regulations administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce and might, in certain instances, be subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations administered by the U.S. Department of State. Research and Development Costs in connection with the company’s research and development were $350,651 for the year ended September 30, 2015. History Microwave Filter Company, Inc. was founded in 1967. The company was incorporated in New York State in 1967.
microwave filter co inc
(MFCO:OTC Markets Group Inc - Current Information)
6743 Kinne Street
East Syracuse, NY 13057
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