Alga Microwave, Inc.


ALGA Microwave, Inc.

16715 Hymus Boul.

Kirkland, Quebec

Canada 
H9H 5M8


Skybrokers offers for over 10 years Alga Microwave RF equipment, new as well as used. We supported several clients with new and used BUC’s and SSPA’s, such as the 8W, 50W and the 200W SSPA/BUC.

About Alga Microwave, Inc.

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Alga Microwave, Inc.
with Michael Perelshtein, as President and CEO. is a manufacturer of high quality, cost-effective active and passive RF/Microwave components used in Satellite, Radar, Mobile and Broadcasting communications systems and numerous other RF/Microwave applications.



History


Alga Microwave was established in 2003 as an engineering company within the satellite and wireless broadcast systems. It is a leading supplier of Radio Frequency (RF) and Microwave Solid State Power Amplifier, Pulsed Amplifier for Radar Applications, Transmitter and Transceiver products as well as RF Passive Components and systems.

The current product offering covers all major frequency standards, specifically: for Active Components L, S, C, X, Ku and Ka with frequencies that range from 2.0 to 31.0 GHz and within power spectrum of 5 to 16000 watts and for Passive Components - 500 MHz to 110 GHz.

Alga is one of the few companies in the world offering products across this radio frequency and power spectrum. All of their products are designed and assembled at their research and manufacturing facility in Montreal, Canada.


On  March 5th 2012 Alga Microwave, Inc. acquired the VSAT division of Mitec Telecom, Inc. The transaction was valued in total at approximately 2.8 million USD, including approximately 2.2 million USD in cash with an additional 600,000 USD forthcoming in the future primarily relating to the sale of Mitec’s machine shop facility located in Pointe Claire, Quebec in Canada.



About Mitec Telecom, Inc. 


Mitec Telecom, Inc. was established in 1972. The company designed and manufactured components and subsystems for the wireless telecommunications industry. The Company sold its products worldwide, primarily to leading telecom equipment manufacturers for incorporation into wireless networks used in personal voice and Internet communications. Mitec Telecom had 330 employees at its facilities in Pointe Claire (Quebec, Canada), Tinton Falls (New Jersey, USA), Copthorne (England, UK), Wang-Noi (Thailand) and Vaxjo (Sweden). Head-quartered in Quebec, Canada. 

Mitec’s Satcom segment generated revenues from the design, manufacture and sale of RF components and subsystems for Satellite Earth Stations used by direct-to-home TV service providers’ VSAT networks. In October 2010, Mitec’s Board of Directors announced an initiative to separate its various business divisions with the objective of unlocking their respective value to and allow Mitec more opportunity and ability to explore alternatives to create shareholder value. They were no longer viable divisions for Mitec to continue to operate on its own.

As an established and recognized supplier in the wireless field, with a stable infrastructure and a valuable knowledge base, Mitec explored how it could position itself to benefit from the growth in various markets which demand wireless support and invest in R&D initiatives for new product lines to service these areas. During fiscal 2012, Mitec made a strategic investment in Covalon Technologies, Inc. and proposed a combination with Israel-based Optiway, Inc., which are evidence of this strategy.


In March 2012, following the sale of Mitec’s VSAT division to Alga Microwave, Inc. the Company had reclassified the VSAT business and its remaining assets as a discontinued operation and exited the telecom and satellite communications area in late 2012. After the sale it changed names into Mitec Technologies, Inc.


As at April 30, 2012, the Corporation had a total of 7 employees worldwide, including 1 employed in management and administration, 4 employed in R&D, 1 employed in manufacturing, production, engineering and testing, and 1 employed in sales and marketing.


As of July 31, 2012 the corporation has terminated all employment agreements, and no longer has any employees. The business is continuing through the use of certain non-employment contract agreements with three individuals, two of who are members of the board of directors, and through the use of outsourcing for required production and warranty support activity. 


 

Please find below some of our Alga Microwave:

·        Alga Microwave BUC 100W C-band model NJALC-100

·        Alga Microwave BUC 125W C-band model NJALC-125

·        Alga Microwave BUC 200W C-band model NJALC-200

·        Alga Microwave BUC 250W C-band model NJALC-250

·        Alga Microwave BUC 400W C-band model NJALC-400

·        Alga Microwave BUC 500W C-band model NJALC-500

·        Alga Microwave BUC 16W C-band model NJALC-16

·        Alga Microwave BUC 25W C-band model NJALC-25

·        Alga Microwave BUC 50W C-band model NJALC-50

·        Alga Microwave BUC 60W C-band model NJALC-60

·        Alga Microwave BUC 80W C-band model NJALC-80

·        Alga Microwave BUC 250W Ku-band model NJALKU-250

·        Alga Microwave BUC 50W Ku-band model NJALKU-50

·        Alga Microwave BUC 100W Ku-band model NJALKU-100

·        Alga Microwave BUC 200W Ku-band model NJALKU-200

·        Alga Microwave BUC 125W Ku-band model NJALKU-125

·        Alga Microwave BUC 60W Ku-band model NJALKU-60

·        Alga Microwave BUC 25W Ku-band model NJALKU-25

·        Alga Microwave BUC 16W Ku-band model NJALKU-16

·        Alga Microwave BUC 20W Ku-band model NJALKU-20

·        Alga Microwave BUC 30W Ku-band model NJALKU-30

·        Alga Microwave BUC 12W Ku-band model NJALKU-12

·        Alga Microwave SSPA 60W (50W P1dB) C-band Hubmounted NJALC-60-PA

·        Alga Microwave SSPA 50W (40W P1dB) C-band Hubmounted NJALC-50-PA

·        Alga Microwave SSPA 250W (200W P1dB) C-band Hubmounted NJALC-250-PA

·        Alga Microwave SSPA 80W (60W P1dB) C-band Hubmounted NJALC-80-PA

·        Alga Microwave SSPA 100W (80W P1dB) C-band Hubmounted NJALC-100-PA

·        Alga Microwave SSPA 125W (100W P1dB) C-band Hubmounted NJALC-125-PA

·        Alga Microwave, SSPA, 25W (20W P1dB) Ku-band, Hubmounted NJALKU-25-PA

·        Alga Microwave, SSPA, 20W (16W P1dB) Ku-band, Hubmounted NJALKU-20-PA

·        Alga Microwave, SSPA, 30W (25W P1dB) Ku-band, Hubmounted NJALKU-30-PA

·        Alga Microwave, SSPA, 100W (80W P1dB) Ku-band, Hubmounted NJALKU-100-PA

·        Alga Microwave, SSPA, 50W (40W P1dB) Ku-band, Hubmounted NJALKU-50-PA

·        Alga Microwave, SSPA, 60W (50W P1dB) Ku-band, Hubmounted NJALKU-60-PA

·        Alga Microwave BUC 16W C-band model NJALC-16

·        Alga Microwave BUC 25W C-band model NJALC-25

·        Alga Microwave BUC 50W C-band model NJALC-50

·        Alga Microwave BUC 60W C-band model NJALC-60

·        Alga Microwave BUC 80W C-band model NJALC-80

·        Alga Microwave BUC 100W C-band model NJALC-100

·        Alga Microwave BUC 125W C-band model NJALC-125

·        Alga Microwave BUC 200W C-band model NJALC-200

·        Alga Microwave BUC 250W C-band model NJALC-250

·        Alga Microwave BUC 400W C-band model NJALC-400

·        Alga Microwave BUC 500W C-band model NJALC-500

·        Alga Microwave BUC 50W Ku-band model NJALKU-50

·        Alga Microwave BUC 60W Ku-band model NJALKU-60

·        Alga Microwave BUC 100W Ku-band model NJALKU-100

·        Alga Microwave BUC 200W Ku-band model NJALKU-200

·        Alga Microwave BUC 250W Ku-band model NJALKU-250

·        Alga Microwave BUC 125W Ku-band model NJALKU-125

·        Alga Microwave BUC 16W Ku-band model NJALKU-16

·        Alga Microwave BUC 20W Ku-band model NJALKU-20

·        Alga Microwave BUC 25W Ku-band model NJALKU-25

·        Alga Microwave BUC 30W Ku-band model NJALKU-30

·        Alga Microwave BUC 12W X-band model ALPAX-12