Metamagnetics to Showcase Ferrite Based Self-Biasing Circulator Technology at Satellite 2014

Posted by Michael Hunnewell on 3/4/14 5:05 PM

Advanced Ferrite-Based Solutions Provider, Metamagnetics, will showcase its proprietary next-generation self-biased circulator technology which can significantly reduce size, weight and cost for both commercial and defense applications

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Metamagnetics Inc. will be showcasing their new product offerings including the introduction of their self-biasing circulators at Satellite 2014 from March 11-13, 2014 in Washington, DC at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (Booth # 8119). The circulators are a low loss, low profile and low weight ferrite design, for use in high frequency applications, and thanks to their self-biasing design, require no external magnet. Based in Canton, MA, Metamagnetics develops and markets advanced ferrite-based solutions to enhance the performance and effectiveness of mission-critical security, surveillance and communication systems. It partners with top security and defense organizations to design and deploy leading-edge commercial and defense products.

Satellite 2014 is a premium event in satellite communications for mobility, military, broadcast, maritime and enterprise markets. Metamagnetics will showcase its next generation radar technology that is lighter, cheaper and better performing across a broad range of wireless and satellite communication applications, such as advanced wireless services (including 4G), cable TV relay, cellular service, GPS, mobile satellite, and space operation and research.

Elaine Trudell, President of Metamagnetics, “As an early-stage, high-tech company, we strive to raise awareness of our emerging technology that enhances product efficiency, performance, and competitive advantage and this tradeshow provides us with a perfect platform to do that and more.”

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Written by Michael Hunnewell

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