Hy-Gain

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Hy-Gain
Type Subsidiary
Industry Electronics
Founded originally, 1949; Andros Brothers, Lincoln, NE
Headquarters Starkville, Mississippi
Area served Worldwide
Key people Martin Jue, Steven Pan
Products Amateur radio
Revenue US$17,500,000
Employees 75
Parent MFJ Enterprises
Website http://www.hy-gain.com/
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Hy-Gain (often written "hy-gain") is a manufacturer of antenna and antenna related products for the Amateur radio industry. Their best-known products are a line of Yagi antennas and antenna rotators. Hy-Gain, formerly owned by Telex Communications, was sold to MFJ Enterprises in 1999.[2]

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  1. ^ Zoom Company Information, May, 2011, accessed June 18, 2011 via LexisNexis Academic
  2. ^ PR Newswire, May 19, 1999, accessed June 18, 2011 via LexisNexis Academic