White offers expanded QML microcircuit support

Leaders of White Electronic Designs Corp. — the result of the Electronic Designs Inc. and Bowmar Instrument Corp. merger — are promoting the company`s ability to provide integrated circuits that meet the requirements of the Defense Department`s Qualified Manufacturing Line — better known as QML. The QML pertains to two military performance standards of the Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC), MIL-PRF-38534, which is the general specification for hybrid microcircuits, and MIL-PRF

Leaders of White Electronic Designs Corp. — the result of the Electronic Designs Inc. and Bowmar Instrument Corp. merger — are promoting the company`s ability to provide integrated circuits that meet the requirements of the Defense Department`s Qualified Manufacturing Line — better known as QML. The QML pertains to two military performance standards of the Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC), MIL-PRF-38534, which is the general specification for hybrid microcircuits, and MIL-PRF-38535, which is the general manufacturing specification for integrated circuits. The Bowmar Instrument Corp. microcircuit division (White Microelectronics) in Phoenix received MIL-PRF-38534 certification in 1988, while Electronic Designs Inc. of Westborough, Mass., received MIL-PRF-38535 certification in 1997. Both companies also hold ISO 9001 ratings. For more information, contact White Electronic Designs Corp. by phone at 602-437-1520, by fax at 602-437-9120, or on the World Wide Web at http://www. whitemicro.com/. — J.K.

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