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Munich-Instruments is located in Munich and offers test instruments and test equipment for high-speed digital Fiber Optic communications. Our product portfolio of test instruments supports companies to test their products for new upcoming markets reliable and cost efficient.

We are a team of engineers with long lasting experience in the development and production of very high speed products. Our circuits are optimized with state of the art RF simulation tools. 

Thomas Neuner

Managing Director Thomas Neuner is founder and owner of Munich-Instruments. Thomas is in charge of hard- and software development. In over twenty five years in the Telecommunication and the Fiber Optics industry he has gained a broad range of Know-How and experience in the development of complex systems, powerful linecards and advance components. He is specialist in mixed signal board design and RF measurements in time and frequency domain. In his carrier he was with leading technology companies such as CoreOptics AG (now Cisco) and ADVA Optical Network AG where he was involved in the development of new components for 10Gbit/s and 40Gbit/s transmission systems. Previously he was sixteen years with Information and Communication Networks (ICN) of the SIEMENS AG in Munich. He holds the Diploma in Telecommunication and Radio Frequency of the Technische University Munich.

Karsten Drögemüller

Managing Director Karsten Droegemueller is founder and owner of Munich-Instruments. Karsten is in charge of business development and sales. He has over twenty five years of experience in the Fiber Optics industry at several positions as engineer and as manager in product development and production ramp up as well with  customer relationships in America and Asia.  At Fiber Optics Infineon Technologies Karsten was Project Manager of the first parallel optical link (PAROLI) in the market. Previously he was twelve years with the Central Corporate Research of the SIEMENS AG in Munich. He holds eight patents and the Diploma in Microwave Circuits and Fiber Optics Technology from the Technische University Braunschweig.