About dBm

Your Calibration, Measurement and Modeling Solutions Partner
Maury Microwave

Our Profile

dBm was founded in 1999 when company founders joined together with decades of experience in the creation of RF test equipment and in providing outstanding customer support. dBm’s main competency lies in the development of RF test equipment and components used to perform wireless link emulation with impairments including noise, delay, Doppler, phase shift, flat fading, multipath fading and payload emulation. Our link emulation products have been used in virtually every major satellite system developed since the early 2000s. dBm is located in a modern building complex in Oakland, NJ. Engineering, marketing, manufacturing, and support are all housed under one roof. With our state of the art design and development laboratory, we can provide products in volume, or develop that single piece that may be so critical to your testing success.

In September 2021, Maury Microwave, Inc. a pioneering leader in RF calibration, measurement, and modeling completed the acquisition of dBmCorp, Inc. Headquartered in Ontario, CA, Maury Microwave Corporation designs and manufactures state-of-the-art RF measurement and interconnect solutions that enable the world’s best wireless communication technologies and networks to get better, faster, and stronger.

Our History

  • 1999dBm is founded by Dale Sydnor, Mike Cagney and William Pastor.
  • 2004dBm released the SLE700 series satellite link emulator.
  • 2010Released the SLE900 series satellite link emulator.
  • 2017Released the ACE9600 series advanced channel emulator.
  • 2021dBm is acquired by Maury Microwave Inc.
  • FutureStay tuned!

Executive & Management Teams

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Jonas Urbonas

General Manager

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Mike Cagney

Vice President, Sales and Marketing

Mission and Quality Statement


To meet our customer’s needs as a source of innovative RF test equipment and subsystems.

Quality Statement

Total Quality Management and reliability are at the forefront of our designs. Visual inspections are performed during assembly, and every product is temperature cycled, vibrated, and burned-in before final test. All measurement equipment used for final test is maintained on a calibration schedule, and calibrations are performed by independent certified laboratories.