MoneyWorks4Me analysed the past 10-year performance of Astra Microwave Products Ltd and arrived at the following conclusion:
The 5-year analysis of Astra Microwave Products Ltd's performance infers:
We analysed the performance of Astra Microwave Products Ltd share prices over the last 10 years. Here is what we found out:
Astra Microwave Products (AMPL) was founded in the year 1991. It is engaged in designing and manufacturing of radio frequency (RF) and microwave super components and sub-systems that are used in areas of defence, space and civil communication systems.
Presently companyâ€™s products are used in VSAT operations, radars, navigational equipment, public mobile trunk radio (PMTR), WLL, cellular GSM/DCS or PCS networks.
They are widely used by corporates, public institutions,
They are widely used by corporates, public institutions, telecommunication companies, commercial enterprises and defence laboratories of the Government of India.
Astra Microwave Products has received ISO 9001 certification by INTERTEK, USA.
Defence Components- The company manufactures wide range of radar electronics, electronic warfare and telemetry. It manufactures products such as TR modules, dual switch amplifier, S-Band 1W Transmitter, digital receiver, threshold detector, etc.
Space- It manufactures on-board components such as T/R modules, 8x8 switch matrix, SPST switches, power amplifiers and power dividers.
Antennas- It manufactures a wide range of antennas namely Yagi, GRID Paraboloid, Patch panel, Whip, Blade, Horn, Dipole, etc.
Telecom- The company has designed wide varieties of repeater systems that are compatible with cellular standards -- GSM, CDMA, DCS, PCS, WCDMA-3G. These repeaters help extend the coverage of base station as well as reducing the cost network deployment.
It also manufactures meteorological products, security products, ferrite products, filters, RF hardware and VHF and UHF products.
The company has been awarded an order of Rs 25.5 crore from Indian meteorological department to supply, install and commission remote unmanned automatic weather stations in 550 locations. This will enable receipt of live data via satellite to the Met department's central servers on a 24X7 basis.