Nuvotroinics Inc. has raised $15,000,000 in equity from investors in seven states, according to a regulatory filing. Established in 2008, the company is commercializing its advanced microelectronics hardware via itsv manufacturing platforms. The Chapel Hill-based company’s technology evolved from its work with DARPA.

It sells radar and sensors, power amplifiers, switches, antenna arrays and feeds, among other products.

It invented the PolyStrata process, which created the first 3D AirCoax miniaturized radio frequency networks. It say on its Web site that the technology delivers a compact, densely packed footprint never before seen in industry.

According to the company’s filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, it raised the equity from investors in California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, North and South Carolina and Virginia.

The raise wasn’t cheap. The SEC filing says $750,000 goes to sales commissions.

David Sherrer, Noel Hicks, Ronald Flannary Jr., Jerry Gladstone, Mike Farley, and Scott Miller, are named as officers and directors.

http://www.nuvotronics.com/

SEC filing: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1440895/000144089515000006/xslFormDX01/primary_doc.xml

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