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API Technologies receives $1.6M deal for microwave filters
by Richard Tomkins
Orlando, Fla. (UPI) Apr 29, 2013

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API Technologies Corp. says it is to supply microwave filters and switched filters to an unidentified defense company for use in electronic warfare.

The number of filters to be supplied to the defense company and their delivery schedule were not disclosed but API Technologies said the contract carries a value of $1.6 million.

"Our customers in the electronic warfare arena demand products that address a broad set of technical requirements with unparalleled performance and reliability," said Bel Lazar, president and chief executive officer, API Technologies. "As a supplier to both emerging and existing EW platforms, our products are helping save the lives of warfighters from our armed forces and allies around the world every day."

API said the filters will be used on an airborne electronic warfare platform.

API Technologies Inc. a leading provider of high performance RF/microwave, power, and security products and systems.


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