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Mini-Circuits Proudly Sponsors 5G, Wi-Fi and IoT Track at EDICON 2021

Brooklyn, N.Y. (July 29, 2021) - Mini-Circuits is proud to sponsor the 2021 Electronic Design Innovation Conference (EDICON), an annual event bringing RF and microwave professionals together for valuable training and thought leadership on the latest research in the field. Mini-Circuits will sponsor the 5G, Wi-Fi and IoT track, which comprises a full day of programming on Wednesday, August 4, focused on market drivers and technical considerations in these rapidly evolving application areas.

From millimeter-wave MMICs to LTCC components for 5G FR2 bands, high-frequency connectorized amplifiers extending to E-band, solid-state power amplifiers, and new solutions for test-and measurement, Mini-Circuits has expanded its portfolio to enable innovation in hundreds of next-generation wireless applications. Mini-Circuits’ support this informative event is part of the company’s commitment to customers as a trusted partner and a source for information relevant to their work.

EDICON 2021 will be held entirely online for the convenience of all participants, and registration is free!

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About Mini-Circuits

Headquartered in Brooklyn, NY with design, manufacturing and sales locations in 30+ countries, Mini-Circuits makes the building blocks that shape the wireless world. From communications networks and critical national security systems to life-saving diagnostic imaging, quantum computing and much more, Mini-Circuits products support the world’s most innovative companies in building a faster, smarter, more connected future with the power of RF, microwave and millimeter wave technology. 20,000+ customers prefer Mini-Circuits for the demanding quality standards, design and manufacturing capability, sales and applications support, and supply chain stability that have earned the industry’s trust since 1968.