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    • Jul 08, 2020

    EverythingRF Interview with AmpliTech CEO Fawad Maqbool

    AmpliTech CEO Fawad Maqbool discusses the history of AmpliTech and plans for the future.

    • May 17, 2020
    • F. Maqbool

    Covid-19

    The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the whole world, but AmpliTech has always dealt with adversity by being lean and mean. With firm leadership and keeping our customers’ needs front and center, we are proud to announce that, unlike many of our competitors:  -WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS-WE HAVE RESUMED NORMAL OPERATIONS-WE ARE SERVICING CUSTOMERS ALL OVER THE WORLD!

    • Feb 14, 2020
    • Mick Syed

    AmpliTech Purchases 4K Cryogenic Cooler to Measure its new line of Cryogenic LNAs for Quantum Computing and Astronomy Research

    The Company sees more demand for its cryogenic ultra-low power dissipation amplifiers (as low as 2.5 mW) at 4K physical temperatures in its latest version covering the 4 to 10 GHz BW, while delivering 40 dB of gain. The company has also purchased a 77K cooler for its not so demanding versions that operate at a physical temperature of 77K with a higher power dissipation. AmpliTech is committed to be a proud supporter for the US race for Quantum Supremacy.

    • Feb 06, 2020

    AmpliTech's New and User Friendly Website

    Check our website's new look and features at www.amplitechinc.com which will make navigation and searching more intuitive by category while maintaining all of the conversion tools and the comprehensive Amplifier Search engine that have proven so useful to customers in the past. News, New Products, Data Sheets, Outline drawings are all easily accessible and the products will be always changing as we keep developing new ones. 

    • Jan 19, 2017

    AmpliTech Featured in MicroCap Review

    AmpliTech was founded by CEO, fawad Maqbool in 2002 to fill the need for high quality, reliable, stste-of-the-art RF components at an affordable cost, with quick deliveries, hassle-free customer service and a passion for taking on complex customer requirements that competitors would not touch.

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