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A.T. Wall (Warwick, RI) has announced that it will be showcasing a range of precision-drawn, high-quality waveguide tubing at IEEE’s International Microwave Symposium (IMS2013), to be held June 2-7, 2013, in Seattle, Washington. The majority of the company’s waveguide is made in the United States, and is shipped with a quality assurance certification, ensuring 100 percent raw material traceability and full chemical certification. Industry veteran Matthew Underhay, sales manager for A.T. Wall, and Tom Vermillion, Account Executive, will be on hand to meet with customers and discuss how the company’s waveguide tubing meets the needs of radio frequency (RF) and microwave engineers.

A.T. Wall has the widest range of waveguide tubing from a single source, with availability in copper, bronze, aluminum, stainless steel, special steels, Invar (Nilo 36), Monel, silver, and special clad or bi-metallic alloys. Waveguide is available in numerous standard shapes, diameters, and wall thicknesses, with customization available.

For more information, visit: www.atwall.com.

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