01.23.2003 12:00 AM
Dielectric Acquires Lighting Technology Company
Dielectric Communications has bought Franklin, Tenn.-based Flash Technology, a developer of aviation obstruction lighting systems for communications, broadcast, airport and wind energy markets.

Dielectric is expected to integrate Flash's technology that automatically monitors tower lighting into its antenna technology.

"We are very pleased to bring Flash Technology into the Dielectric family to facilitate our continued growth," said Greg Langston, president of Dielectric.

Dielectric will continue to operate the Flash Technology facility in Franklin, Tenn.


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