Hytek wins microelectronic modules order

November 1996
Electronic News;11/18/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2143, p30
Trade Publication
Reports that Hytek Microsystems has received additional orders from Chesapeake Sciences to provide low-noise, high-dynamic-range microelectronic modules for use in offshore geophysical exploration systems. Hytek's agreement with Smiths Industries, Defense Systems North America.


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