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Founded in Santa Rosa, CA in 2004 and based in Boise, ID, LadyBug Technologies was created by two microwave engineers with a passion for quality microwave test instrumentation. Since its founding, LadyBug has undergone three major expansions including its 2021 move to Boise, ID. With this latest move, LadyBug doubled its space, added 30% to its manufacturing capacity, and significantly expanded its product engineering team.

LadyBug's shareholders offer many years of experience in the design and manufacture of the world's best vector network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, power meters, microwave sources, and associated components. Our management team has additional experience in optical power testing, military radar, and a variety of programming environments including LabVIEW, VEE, and other languages often used in programmatic systems. Our metrology manager has extensive experience in a broad spectrum of demanding measurement applications. You can be assured that our products are designed, built, tested, and calibrated without compromise.

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