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Microwave Development Labs Launches New Interactive Website

June 3, 2013
Microwave Development Labs, MDL, has redesigned their website with an interactive flip catalogue, improved search capabilities, and more social media campaigning.

Microwave Development Labs (MDL) has re-launched their website with a complete overhaul of their design, adding practical tools and incorporating social media channels in the process.

The site, which houses information about MDL’s waveguide and subassemblies for military, aerospace, satcom, and electronics markets, now includes a search capability powered by Google™ Custom Search to make navigation simpler. Also included is a Slide Rule feature, which enables design engineers to input their own Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) rectangular waveguide (WR) designations for making conversions and determining operating parameters.

The redesign includes MDL’s new interactive flip catalogue that also has enhanced search capabilities.

MDL is also pushing their social media campaigns, with links to their LinkedIn page and the MDL Lab blog featured on every page. News, history, sales, and contact information are on separate tabs throughout the site as well.

The site is available at

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