WIRELESS TELECOM GROUP INC
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Wireless Telecom Group, Inc. (WTGI), doing business as, Noise Com, Inc., engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of various electronic noise sources, passive microwave components, and electronic testing and measuring instruments. The company's noise source products are used in radar systems as part of built-in test equipment to monitor the radar receiver and in satellite communications. Its passive microwave components are used in microwave systems, universal mobile telecommunications and personal communications service systems, cellular communications base stations, television transmitters, avionic systems, and medical electronics. WTGI's electronic testing and measuring instruments include power meters, voltmeters, capacitance meters, audio and modulation meters, and VXI products, which are used to measure the power of radiofrequency and microwave systems, and to test terrestrial and satellite communications, radar, telemetry, and personal communication products. The company also offers broadband test equipment serving the cable television (TV) and cable modem industries. Its test instruments from the broadband product line are measurement solutions for CATV equipment, data-over-cable, and digital TV. In addition, it offers test and measurement solutions for handsets and wireless devices, as well as for radio frequencies and network testing tasks. WTGI's testing solutions for wireless services and cellular networks include terminal and air interface test solutions, as well as handheld spectrum analyzers. Its customers include various commercial users in the communications industry and defense contractors. The company was founded by Simonyan in 1985 as Noise Com and later it changed its name to Wireless Telecom Group, Inc. in 1994. WTGI is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey. Wireless Telecom Group, Inc. acquired Willtek Communications GmbH, a supplier of testing solutions for wireless services and cellular networks, in July 2005.