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John Williams, CEO, Williams Realty Advisors, Atlanta, said Blonder had a "hug you" style.
Blonder classified the testing as ``benign'' compared with past projects at the plant that have involved exposing missiles, rockets and satellites to extreme conditions, an often volatile exercise.
Blonder Tongue Laboratories is a designer, manufacturer, and supplier of a comprehensive line of electronics and systems equipment for the franchised and private cable television industries.
Blonder said the purchase will increase NTS' sales by up to $30 million in the first full year of operation and bump up the company's earnings per share as well.
Corporations once spent big sums on basic research, the sort of open-ended inquiry that drew Blonder to physics and that can lead to innovations that spawn new industries and many thousands of well-paying jobs.
I believe that my background in manufacturing and previous knowledge of the company will help make the transition into Blonder Tongue easier," said Mr.
run a cable system," said Jim Lacey, Blonder Tongue Director of Sales.
Blonder Tongue's Fiber Optics product line is broad enough to fully satisfy the transmission needs of all the popular TV signaling schemes, including analog, digital QAM, and digital QPSK.
The Blonder Tongue CATV Reference Guide has become indispensable for engineers and technicians industry wide," said Bob Palle, Executive Vice-President, Blonder Tongue.
Blonder Tongue (NYSE Amex: BDR) today announced its results of operations for the first quarter ended March 31, 2010.
Each year Blonder Tongue holds an Interdiction Conference inviting guests from all over the United States.
Jim Lacey, Director of Sales for Blonder Tongue, will be giving two training sessions on April 29th in Room N239 of the Convention Center.