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Micro Communications (A Microwave Techniques Company)
Address: 28 Sanford Drive, Gorham, Maine, USA 04038
Phone: (+1) 207-854-1700
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Micro Communications (MCI), a portfolio company of Microwave Techniques, LLC, designs, engineers and manufactures RF and microwave components and systems for broadcast, medical, military, industrial and scientific applications. Our achievements have been recognized with two Emmy® awards for technology innovation and pioneering.
From coax and waveguides to filters and antennas, Micro Communications prides itself on finding unique solutions for your applications. We specialize in first-time development applications with small-to-medium volume production runs. No project is too small. With the best RF tools and personnel, we get the job done right.
Dedicated to quality and customer service
From the very beginning, we set forth our principles:
- Demand exceptional performance from our products.
- Maintain the highest standards for our facilities.
- Secure the latest and best design tools.
- Utilize only quality manufacturing and test equipment.
- Employ the most experienced personnel for all facets of our business.
- Practice continual improvement to provide complete customer satisfaction.
Founded in 1966, Micro Communications is located in Gorham, Maine, USA. Our parent company Microwave Techniques, also located in Gorham, Maine, expands the Micro Communications product line with its products for radar systems, commercial microwave ovens, broadcast equipment, air traffic control systems, medical research, linear accelerators and fusion energy research.