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September 20th, 2004
David-and-Goliath comparisons are clichés to be avoided in the small-tech world. In the case of Radant MEMS Inc., however, the description fits.
With only 25 employees and barely two years old, Radant has taken the lead in a race to bring MEMS-based radio frequency (RF) switches to market. It squeezed out defense-contracting giants Northrop Grumman and TRW Corp. along the way, and now has a $5-million government grant to verify that its switches do live up to the potential many people suspect RF MEMS switches have.
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