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Established as a distributor of microwave components for high power applications, INOVEOS has diversified, through external growth, into the design of microwave passive components.
Expert in ferrite devices and filters, INOVEOS drives a joint research laboratory with XLIM since 2016, its name: INOGYRO.
INOVEOS designs and manufactures microwave test benches on specification for many major contractors.
At the same time, INOVEOS is developing, alone or in collaboration, its own range of solutions marketed under its brand.
Since January 2012, INOVEOS has been the exclusive distributor of LPKF for its printed circuit boards prototyping solutions.
INOVEOS provides advice, sale, set-up, training and after-sales service in France and the Maghreb.
If INOVEOS was born in 2007, its history dates back to 1940 as the history of telecommunications electronics in Brive-la-Gaillarde (Correze / New-Aquitaine / Near Bordeaux)
SIPL and RADIOSCIL moved to Brive in 1940 and became TRT in 1952 as part of the Philips Group. In 1989, the military branch was transferred to Thomson-CSF (today Thales). In 1995, it was the turn of the civilian activities to be sold to Lucent Technologies. The civilian mechanical workshop dedicated to microwave acquired its independence.
Established in 2007 as a distributor, INOVEOS bought out in 2008 the gyromagnetic activities of HDA, themselves heirs of IMO, ATMH and SEIH.
In 2012, INOVEOS became distributor of LPKF prototyping solutions for France and the Maghreb. To better serve its customers, INOVEOS is opening an office in Mohammedia (MOROCCO).
In 2014, INOVEOS set up its R&D in Limoges within the Center for Innovation and Research in Electronics (CIRE). It works alongside XLIM (CNRS) and the ALPHA-RLH competitiveness cluster.
In 2016, the INOGYRO Joint Laboratory was inaugurated as part of the ANR's “Lab'Com” SME call for projects. This laboratory has since been made permanent.
INOVEOS formed the NA-WAVE Group with its sister company PRÂNA R&D, a European leader in the design of solid state broadband amplifiers.
The ambition of NA-WAVE is to federate in France the excellence of expertises in electronics and microwave, internationally recognized.