About NJRC


New Japan Radio Company (NJRC)is a leading manufacturer of microwave devices used in radar, such as magnetrons, limiters, circulators, low noise front ends, accessories and semiconductors.

Founded in 1959, as Saitama Japan Radio Co., Ltd., the company was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japan Radio Co., Ltd.

In 1961, New Japan Radio Company (NJRC) was created through a joint venture between Japan Radio Company, Ltd. and Raytheon Company. NJRC took over the responsibility of manufacturing microwave tubes and semiconductors from Japan Radio Company and became a separate subsidiary. 

Since 1985, NJRC has assigned Richardson Electronics as its master distributor for microwave products sold in Europe and North America. In 2006, NJRC became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nisshinbo Company.

Quality and Customer Satisfaction
New Japan Radio Company continually uses creativity to improve business and produces adaptable products and services of high quality. NJRC is making concerted efforts to give top priority to “customer satisfaction.” The company has been implementing measures for Total Quality Management (TQM) since 1984, and has tirelessly pursued the elimination of waste, imbalance, and incoherence in business operations, as well as achievement of Quality, Cost and Delivery (QCD).  NJRC’s factories are ISO9001 and 14001 certified.

In order to achieve higher levels of quality and customer satisfaction, we started to restructure “quality management” in 2005, by reorganizing our educational programs for quality and carrying out more projects to achieve higher quality products.

New Japan Radio is actively addressing the task of manufacturing quality products that can truly satisfy customers.

Prevention of Global Warming
A major cause of global warming is increased emissions of "greenhouse gases." NJRC is committed to taking energy-saving measures, using energy effectively to reduce CO2 emissions. We are also committed to reducing PFCs, high Global Warming Potential (GWP) Gases, and replacing them with lower GWP gases.

Appropriate management and reduction of hazardous substances
Some chemicals can affect human health or have significant negative impacts on the natural environment (even in small quantities).  In addition to appropriate use and management of chemicals, we are working on substitutes for hazardous substances and reduction of releases.

Environment-friendly products
To reduce the environmental burden caused by use and disposal of products, we set goals at the early product design stage (goals such as power saving, miniaturization, non-use of hazardous substances, etc.), and check them at each stage of development.

RoHS compliant