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Power Module Technology average salary is $45,000, median salary is $45,000 with a salary range from $45,000 to $45,000.
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Development Engineer 45,000-45,000 Carson City, NV, 89701 2010 Power Module Technology Development Engineer Salaries (2)
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  • Power Module Technology Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Carson City, NV
  • Power Module Technology Inc, (formerly IMT RF Products, Inc.) was founded in March 2005 to design, develop, manufacture and sell broadband pallet/module amplifiers to the FM Radio Broadcast, VHF TV/UHF TV transmitter integrators, military and commercial/Industrial communications radio manufacturers in both domestic and foreign markets. Initial customers, typically smaller Broadcast transmitter manufacturers, were disappointed with the then current pallet/module availability. With the Broadcast market growing at a record pace, these customers did not have or want to set up in-house capability to develop and build pallet/module amplifier products. They wanted a reliable source of high quality, cost effective pallet/module amplifiers....