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Nihon Dempa Kogyo

Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co., Ltd. or NDK (日本電波工業株式会社 Nihon Dempa Kogyo Kabushiki-gaisha?) (Template:Tyo) is one of the world's largest Quartz Crystal Companies, based in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.

Using its synthetic quartz crystals, NDK produces crystal-related products such as crystal devices (e.g. crystal units, crystal oscillators, crystal filters), and also, ultrasonic transducers for medical use. In recent years, the company has begun to develop frequency synthesizers and low-power wireless modules.

History

Products

  • Crystal Units
  • Crystal Oscillators
    • SPXO
    • TCXO
    • VCXO
    • OCXO
  • Crystal Filters
  • Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Devices
  • Optical Components
  • Synthetic Quartz Crystals
  • Ultrasonic Transducers
  • Frequency Synthesizers

Location Summary

NDK has production and engineering facilities in the following countries: Japan, China, Germany, Malaysia, and United States.

NDK has sales offices in the following countries: Japan, China, France, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, United Kingdom, and United States.

See also

  • NDK Crystal, Inc.

External links

  • Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co., Ltd.
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