AmpliTech was founded by CEO, Fawad Maqbool in 2002 to fill the need for high quality, reliable, state-of-the-art, RF components at an affordable cost, with quick deliveries, hassle-free customer service and a passion for taking on complex customer requirements that competitors would not touch.
Mr. Maqbool is a Biomedical and Electrical Engineer and has over 33 years of experience in the design of microwave amplifiers and components. He has developed a wide variety of amplifier product lines, from LNA's (Low Noise Amplifiers) and MPA's (Medium Power Amplifiers), to broadband telecom amplifiers for the microwave and fiber optic communications firms. Among the many leading companies were MITEQ, Motorola, ITT, Harris, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, L3 Communications, Aeroflex, and TRW. Mr. Maqbool has been at the fore-front of developing, and managing the development of high performance, low noise amplifier products, as well as other amplifier products and has received a Best Technology Award from one of the industry's leading trade magazines, and various Supplier Quality Awards. As an electronics design and manufacturing leader, AmpliTech represents a source of innovation in high-technology products and is one of the few commodities that cannot be replaced by inexpensive labor forces from outside the U.S.
Low Noise Amplifiers, or LNAs as they are called, are devices that boost the amplitude of signals without amplifying the inherent noise, thus allowing for better signal integrity and extending the distances signals can travel. The improvement of signal integrity allows for better signal clarity, higher bandwidth and much higher reliability, all of which are critical in ANY type of wireless communication from cellular networks, radar, satellite communications in many different sectors including commercial, military and space exploration. The Company manages to minimize research and development and production costs so that AmpliTech’s revolutionary technology can be introduced to retail and individual consumer markets in addition to OEM manufacturers of various products such as cell phones, handheld devices, drones, etc.
As a specialized “high-tech” provider, AmpliTech believes in keeping intellectual property from leaving the U.S. in the quest to save American jobs. The Company business model is to use a contract manufacturer for high-volume production in the U.S. instead of outsourcing to foreign countries. Mr. Maqbool’s vision is to make advanced technology affordable enough so it can be available to individual consumer retailers in the commercial sector. Previously, the technology was only available to government divisions and telecommunications giants. Why would consumers want LNAs? These high performance LNAs, once commercialized into high volume consumer applications, such as next generation cell phones, airline/hotspot Wi-Fi, drones, automotive radar, etc. will greatly improve the quality of life of the average consumer. The actual method of accomplishing this goal is to reinvent our current discrete designs in the form of low-cost, specialized, patented ICs, or Integrated Circuits.
DEDICATION TO “NEW” TECHNOLOGIES
Company R&D efforts are creating designs for a new generation of communications products that include automotive sensors, long range cell tower front ends, high-speed satellite internet service, 4G/5G, IoT (Internet of Things) devices and secure servers/routers that prevent cyber-attacks. These are just a few of the many applications of the Company’s proprietary LNA technology. In addition to the many communications applications, AMPG will apply its High-Power Amplifier (HPA) technology towards Life Science and medical solutions, especially for the non-invasive diagnosis and treatment of cancers and other anomalies.
AmpliTech is positioned to provide both industry and consumers with new advanced technologies and provide shareholders with an experienced management team focused on corporate and technical excellence.
For more information about AmpliTech Group, Inc., please visit: www.amplitechgroup.com
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