Based on conversations with engineers from some of those companies, that
have been around for quite a while, it was a case being at "Death's
Door" It was a case of being acquired or go under. This way workers
still have a job. (In most cases) They may still be in the same
buildings using the same equipment.
On 4/10/2015 7:43 PM, Don W7WLL wrote:
Don't forget - HyGain and Cushcraft are under the MFJ umbrella. Who
knows how successful they would be as separate businesses? Larsen is
a predominately commercial antenna producer. Don't know about the
others, and you are correct, there are probably many other
multielement yagi manufacturers, and I think that seems to part of the
thrust of the discussion.
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