Finnishing touch to antennas

November 2005
Electronics Weekly;11/16/2005, Issue 2218, p26
Trade Publication
This article informs that Pulse Corp. has expanded its range of mobile antennas with the acquisition of Finnish firm LK Products. LK's lines of antenna modules, external antennas and ceramic chip antennas for narrow band communication applications.


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