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Diamond Microwave relocates to Shipley

Posted 5 January 2018 · Add Comment

Diamond Microwave, a specialist in high performance microwave power amplifiers, has relocated its design and laboratory facility to the historic Salts Mill in Saltaire, near Shipley, in the UK.

Above: The Salt Mills.

“Our new location offers us attractive surroundings within a UNESCO World Heritage Site, much closer to good national rail links and only 20 minutes from Leeds Bradford International airport.  Saltaire and Shipley have excellent local facilities, and have a history of developing innovative electronics businesses." said Richard Lang, Managing Director of Diamond Microwave.

Diamond Microwave specialises in compact, GaN-based solid-state power amplifiers (SSPA) customised for use in demanding high-reliability defence and communications applications.

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