American Technical Ceramics Corp. (ATC) provides component and custom integrated packaging solutions for the RF, microwave and telecommunications industries.
ATC designs, develops, manufactures and markets Multilayer Capacitors, Single Layer Capacitors, Resistive Products, Inductors and Custom Thin Film Products for RF, microwave and millimeter-wave applications. Our products are primarily focused on the wireless communications infrastructure, fiber optic, medical electronics, semiconductor manufacturing equipment, defense, aerospace, and satellite communications markets. For over forty years we have been "The Engineer's Choice".
Customer interface is administered by our own personnel and independent sales representatives. American Technical Ceramics is headquartered in Huntington Station, New York and has an Advanced Technology Center in Jacksonville, Florida. This is the center of excellence for our traditional product lines and the development and manufacturing facilities for Thin Film and Resistive Products.
As part of our globalization initiative ATC has a wholly-owned subsidiary for European Direct Sales, Applications Support and Distribution, located in Kungens Kurva, Sweden. The Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary offering Technical Support for Asia is located in Shenzhen, P.R. China. ATC also has local offices in Holzkirchen, Germany, Guildford, England and Moscow, Russia.
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