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Press Release

January 6, 2006

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

RFMW announces Distribution Agreement with EMC Technology San Jose, California, January 6, 2006 – RFMW Ltd, announced that it has signed a distribution agreement for the Americas with EMC Technology Inc., the industry's leading manufacturer of RF/microwave surface mount terminations, attenuators, and resistive products. RFMW Ltd. is a specialized distributor that provides customers and suppliers with focused distribution of RF and microwave components as well as specialized component-engineering support.

According to Joel Levine, president of RFMW Ltd., “Teaming with EMC allows us to offer our customers the world’s best RF/microwave temperature variable attenuators, temperature compensated power sensing terminations, and a full line of fixed RF/microwave resistors, terminations, and attenuators. Our military and aerospace customers can now select Hi-Rel, S-level, temperature compensating passive devices without the need for creating costly and time-consuming drawings and specifications.”
Since its founding in 1963, EMC Technology has established itself as the technology leader in supplying engineering-based solutions in RF and microwave passive components. Mark Gordon, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing, said, “EMC Technology is excited to team with RFMW because of their outstanding service and their focused sales team. RFMW’s strategy of influencing the design through technical sales and product management fits perfectly with the traditional EMC customer base in the Space, Military, and Commercial markets.

EMC Technology, a Smiths Group company, offers a full line of surface mount terminations, attenuators, and resistive products and provides custom-engineered solutions. EMC is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 registered company with two fully  redundant manufacturing sites offering risk mitigation for high reliability needs. EMC Technology developed the ThermopadÒ temperature compensating attenuator, a passive component solution to temperature compensation problems, and the Smart LoadÒ temperature compensated true RMS power sensing termination.

RFMW Ltd. is a specialty electronics distribution company focused exclusively on serving customers that require RF and microwave components and semiconductors, as well as component engineering support. The company continues to expand its list of products from selective suppliers with RF/microwave expertise. RFMW deploys a highly experienced, skilled and technically competent team to assist customers with component selection and fulfillment.

To learn more about RFMW, visit their Website at www.rfmw.com, or call us at 1.877.FOR.RFMW (367-7369), or via e-mail at info@rfmw.com.  
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