RFMW Ltd., and XMA Corp. Announce Global Distribution Agreement

RFMW Ltd., and XMA Corp. Announce Global Distribution AgreementRFMW Ltd. and XMA Corporation have announced a worldwide distribution agreement effective April 1, 2015. XMA Corporation, powered by Omni Spectra®, offers a complete line of RF coaxial passive components that range from DC to 50GHz and offer power handling up to 500 Watts.  RFMW Ltd. is a specialized distributor providing customers and suppliers with focused distribution of RF and microwave components as well as specialized component-engineering support.
Under the agreement, RFMW is franchised worldwide for all XMA RF and microwave components. Featured components include unique products such as Adaptenuators and Adapterminations as well as Adapters, Attenuators, Directional Couplers, DC Blocks, Dust Caps and Shorts, Fixed Equalizers, Power Dividers and Terminations. XMA also offers cryogenic passive components rated to 4 degrees Kelvin.
During an address to the employees of XMA, President Marc Smith stated, “RFMW is a global leader in distribution for RF products, and our team is extremely pleased to form a distribution alliance with them.  RFMW provides a powerful combination of professional grade products as well as hosting Subject Matter Experts that assist customers in choosing proper high performance, quality products for their application.  XMA and our family of Omni Spectra products is an industry leader in performance and quality of Micro/Millimeter wave products that serves commercial, military and space applications.  Our products align directly within the strengths of RFMW.”
According to Joel Levine, President and CEO of RFMW, “We see increasing interest in the types of products XMA has to offer. The strength of the XMA brand and their Omni Spectra pedigree will be a distinct benefit to our customers as we expand our passive component product focus. In addition, XMA offers many unique products that are not available from our existing franchised lines, such as adaptenuators, adapterminations, and the legacy Omni Spectra/ M/A-Com couplers and power dividers.”

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