Super PCB Provides PCBs for Telecom Applications


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Super PCB, a single source for high-quality printed circuit boards (PCBs), today announced that it provides a wide range of PCBs for the telecommunication industry. The company is very competitive in RF PCBs with Rogers material.

Super PCB has the material in stock for fast lead times. The company provides PCBs to equipment makers, network operators and service companies in the telecom and wireless industry.

Super PCB offers PCBs for the following telecom equipment and more:

  • Mobile phones
  • 5G equipment
  • Routers
  • Switches
  • RF filters
  • BTS, Software defined radio (SDR)
  • Optical equipment
  • Microwave equipment
  • Smart phones and tablets
  • PCs and servers
  • DRAM
  • 2-way radio
  • 4G, 3G, 2G equipment including LTE, GSM, UMTS, CDMA

Super PCB’s facilities are TS16949, ISO9001 and UL certified, meaning its PCBs can reliably perform in harsh conditions such as the ones that telecommunication PCBs commonly face. The company offers both telecommunication PCB fabrication and assembly services.

About Super PCB

Super PCB is the source for all of your high-quality PCB needs! Since 2003, the company has been providing high quality PCBs to numerous companies in a broad spectrum of industries, from consumer electronics to telecommunications, new energy, aerospace, automotive and more. Super PCB’s facilities are certified to TS16949, ISO9001 and UL. For more information, visit www.superpcb.com. 

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