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QuinStar Scheduling 1:1 Appointments for IMS 2019 - RF CafeTorrance, California – April 29, 2019 - QuinStar Technology, a California-based microwave and millimeter-wave engineering company, is exhibiting June 4 - 6 at the International Microwave Symposium. The IMS will convene at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Click here for more information!

We'll unveil some new products and prototypes. In addition, QuinStar is offering the opportunity to schedule a one-on-one appointment with our Product Sales Specialist. We understand that the requirements change rapidly in the emerging technologies that rely on millimeter-wave components. To that end, QuinStar is continually working to meet your requirements.

To discuss your project and requirements or just learn firsthand what's new at QuinStar, click here to schedule a meeting.

We hope to see you during at the International Microwave Symposium at booth #327 June 4 – 6 in Boston!

About QuinStar

QuinStar Technology, Inc. designs and manufactures millimeter-wave products for communication, scientific, and test applications. We excel in millimeter-wave products, microelectronic assembly, rapid prototyping, and mass customization. As a result, we serve both established and emerging markets with system applications in the commercial, scientific, and defense arenas. We are certified to ISO9001:2015 and AS9100D

Our work helps advance emerging applications in wireless technologies and radars. Capitalizing on our past engineering achievements, QuinStar leads the way into the future.

Contact:

QuinStar Technology, Inc.

24085 Garnier Street

Torrance, CA  90505

Tel: 1+310-320-1111

E-mail: sales@quinstar.com

Web: www.quinstar.com

 

 

Posted April 30, 2019

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