MITEQ (the name stands for “Microwave Information Transmission Equipment”) designs and manufactures components and subsystems for the microwave electronics community. The firm’s components and systems are supplied to a wide variety of military and commercial markets. Among those markets are satellite and ground-based communication systems; missile guidance; military electronic countermeasures, radar warning, and surveillance systems; land, sea, and airborne radar; air-traffic-control radar; radioastronomy; and research and development.

Howard Hausman, President/CEO

Howard Hausman directs the four divisions of MITEQ: Microwave Electronics Components and Systems, Microwave Amplifiers, Satellite Communication Systems, and Microwave High Power Amplifiers. Reporting to Hausman are corporate finances, corporate services, quality assurance, operations, and marketing. Before being appointed MITEQ’s President/CEO, Hausman served as Chief Technology Officer, Vice President of Engineering, and other related titles. 

As an engineer, Hausman has designed microwave systems and components for satellite communications, radar, and reconnaissance systems that include receivers, transmitters, and synthesizers. Hausman also was an Adjunct Professor at Polytechnic University and Hofstra University, where he taught graduate and undergraduate courses in electronic engineering. He is a recipient of the New York University/Polytech Distinguished Alumni Award. Hausman has presented many lectures and authored many papers relating to microwave systems, satellite communications, radar, and reconnaissance systems. He received his BSEE and MSEE degrees from Polytechnic University.

Year company was formed: 1969

Top management:

Steve Spohrer, Executive V.P. of Operations

Bob Yuruckso. Managing Director of Sales, Components


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