Bird Technologies Acquires DeltaNode

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Solon, OH - Sep 20, 2013 - Bird Technologies has acquired DeltaNode from Scandinavian Health Ltd. The transaction was completed on Sept. 1.

Founded in 2005 by a group of engineers with decades of wireless experience, DeltaNode has since established a strong presence in Europe, the U.S. and Canada as a supplier of RF-over-fiber distributed antenna systems and repeaters designed to enhance the coverage of commercial wireless and public safety communication systems. DeltaNode will continue to operate from its facilities in Stockholm, Sweden.

According to Bird, the technologies, product lines and markets of each company complement each other.

Founded in 1942, Bird pioneered the development and manufacture of RF instrumentation and transmission line products, and has broadened its capabilities to include advanced measurement systems, RF base station components and subsystems, amplifiers, antennas, and mmore. It most recently added advanced RF signal recording, analysis, and signal generation tools for defense and commercial applications via its acquisition of X-COM Systems. Bird has five manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and sales and service offices covering more than 130 countries.

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