NEO Tech to Focus on Space-Qualified Capabilities during Space Tech Expo 2019


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NEO Tech will highlight its high-reliability microelectronics solutions and higher level integration experience at the 2019 Space Tech Expo, which is scheduled to take place May 21-22, 2019 at the Pasadena Convention Center in California.

NEO Tech has been working with NASA partners, defense primes and aerospace companies that serve the Space and Satellite market for many decades, and has a long history of building high-reliability electronic assemblies for this market’s demanding needs. 

During the exhibition, NEO Tech will feature a range of its space-qualified microelectronics, RF components and higher level integration experience including:

  • Packaging: aluminum, Kovar, titanium, ceramic
  • Substrates: thick film, direct bond copper, LTCC, HTCC, Aluminum Nitride
  • RF Filters: lowpass/bandpass, tunable, waveguide/coaxial/ceramic, multiplexers, attenuators, isolators/circulators, frequency multipliers, power dividers/combiners
  • Microelectronics: hybrid microcircuits, MCM/similar devices
  • High-level assemblies such as the Li-Ion batteries being deployed on the International Space Station.

Additionally, the company will discuss its space certifications and manufacturing facilities. With more than 40 years of experience in high-reliability space-qualified products, NEO Tech has emerged as North America’s largest microelectronics assembly services provider.

About NEO Tech

NEO Tech combines the strengths of three leading contract manufacturers: NATEL, EPIC, and OnCore. With over 40 years of heritage in electronics manufacturing, NEO Tech focuses on low-medium-volume/high-mix, high-complexity products primarily in the medical, defense/aerospace and industrial markets.

NEO Tech offers full product lifecycle engineering services, manufacturing and testing of  microelectronics, cable & harness interconnect products, PCBA, full box build services and aftermarket repair and fulfillment services. The companies that form NEO Tech have been known for solving tough engineering problems that result in high-reliability, high-quality electronic solutions for customers.

Headquartered in Chatsworth, CA, NEO Tech has manufacturing and engineering locations in California, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, Nevada, Ohio, Mexico, and China. NEO Tech holds and maintains industry specific certifications that include ISO9001, AS9100, ISO13485, and MIL-PRF-38534. To learn more, visit www.NEOTech.com.

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