John Leonard, CFA
Special situations, micro-cap, contrarian, CFA

Norsat International Is Overlooked And Undervalued With An "Outsider" Management And History Of Successful Capital Allocation

Company overview

Norsat International (OTCQB:NSATF) provides communication solutions that enable the transmission of data, audio and video in remote and challenging environments. The primary markets are telecom, media, government, natural resources/utilities, transportation and commercial.

NSATF operates through three segments:

Sinclair Technologies sells RF antennas and filters for use in the land mobile radio industry.

Satellite solutions sells portable satellite systems, accessories and services.

Microwave products sells receivers, transmitters and power amplifiers that enable the transmission and reception of signals to and from satellites.

Distressed valuation implies no line of sight to recovery

The last two years have been just as challenging as the environments where its products are used due to lower government spending in the U.S. and Canada (especially...

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