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MegaPhase Names Maddiel Gonzalez as Engineering Manager - RF CafeStroudsburg, PA November 8, 2017 - MegaPhase, a leading provider of RF and microwave interconnects, is pleased to announce that Maddiel Gonzalez has joined the MegaPhase Team as Engineering Manager. Maddiel's career has involved developing state-of-the-art RF connectors for space, military and commercial applications.

Maddiel led a team of technical staff in the design of RF Interconnect products in his prior position at another cable and connector company. His design skills improved and created connectors from 1 MHz to 110 GHz to meet and exceed customer's expectations utilizing various technologies including CST and HFSS software packages.

MegaPhase's CEO stated that, "the addition of Maddiel to the Team builds on our efforts to be an engineering-focused company at the forefront of microwave signal transmission for space, airborne, ground, and sea environments."

Maddiel earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology, has co-authored several Technical Publications, and holds two US patent.

About MegaPhase

Founded in 1998, MegaPhase is a leader in the design and manufacture of RF and microwave cable assemblies and passive components from DC to 110 GHz. The Company offers a wide range of products serving commercial telecom and Military markets, including air,-ground and sea-based electronic warfare systems. For more information visit www.megaphase.com.

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Phone:  1-570-424-8400

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Posted November 16, 2017

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