Pasternack Appoints New Product Manager
Tim Galla to take charge of active RF components
Pasternack Enterprises, a US manufacturer and supplier of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has appointed Tim Galla as the company's product manager for active RF components.
Galla brings 25 plus years of product development, applications engineering and business development expertise to Pasternack from many of the RF/microwave industry's most recognised names. Galla has a successful track record of developing and introducing market-differentiating products and creating new market opportunities. He will focus his expertise on expanding Pasternack's rapidly growing lines of active components including RF amplifiers, limiters, mixers, oscillators, circulators, isolators, switches and many more.
Prior to joining Pasternack, Galla held the position of business development manager and program manager of RF/microwave components at Mercury Systems. Throughout his career, Galla has also worked for several other industry leaders including Watkins Johnson, Stellex Microwave Systems, Teledyne Microwave, Tyco Electronics and MACOM. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from a leading California University with an emphasis in advanced mathematics.
"With a long and diverse background in the RF/microwave components sector, Tim has garnered a broad perspective of this industry and the products that support it," explains Michael Rachlin, director of product management at Pasternack. "In this new role, we look forward to Tim assisting our customers' engineering and technical requirements with component and application expertise that spans the entire scope of the RF market."
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