Frequency Electronics, Inc. Awarded Contract for Advanced Tech Crystal Oscillators to US Government


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Frequency Electronics, Inc. announces the award of an approximately $3M contract for advanced technology oscillators for a US Government system. Under this contract, FEI will design and manufacture high performance oscillators and conduct associated qualification testing.

Commenting on the award, FEI CEO, Stanton Sloane said, “We are pleased to have been selected for this program and that our advanced technology is being used to support critical US military systems.”

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