Apollo microwaves

Apollo Microwaves limited est un fournisseur de composants et de systèmes micro-ondes passifs pour les communications satellite et sans fil.

Au milieu des années 1980, les locaux de l'entreprise se trouvaient au 687, avenue Lépine, dans la municipalité de Dorval, au Québec (Canada), et son numéro de téléphone était le 514-631-7644 (TWX 610 422 3043). Sa devise de l'époque était "Products for communication systems".

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