Uniden

Uniden Corporation is a Japanese company established on February 7, 1966 by its founder Hideo Fujimoto (CEO). Uniden became a well known brand in the '70s by manufacturing and marketing millions of CB radios, under the Uniden brand as well as popular private brand labels such as President and Bearcat.

Uniden grew to become the worlds largest manufacturer of cordless telephones in addition to television satellite equipment, mobile radios, advanced marine electronics and frequency scanners (the latter under brandname Bearcat).

With over two million wireless products produced every month and a cordless phone manufactured every 3.2 seconds, Uniden continues to bring outstanding products to people's homes throughout the world and has grown to be a global leader in wireless communications and a major global brand in consumer electronics.

With quality and innovation at the forefront of our activities, the company has developed to be a world leader in production efficiency and zero defects so that we can offer the best products possible.

The company's engineering excellence remains a cornerstone of the company's success. "Engineering is our driving force" and has enabled the company to grow amidst rapidly changing markets with the most advanced technology available.