The specimens, magnetic properties materials, and microwave characteristics of Ni coated Fe and Co composites were researched by specimens produced by microwave furnace sintering at 1100°C temperature. A uniform nickel deposit on Fe-Co particles was coated previously to sintering by electroless coating deposition procedure. A composite consisting of quaternary additions, a metallic phase, Fe-Co inside of Ni matrix has been prepared under in a neutral atmosphere environment then microwave sintered. X-Ray Diffraction, SEM(Scanning-Electron-Microscope), Empedans Phase Analyzer were utilized to obtain structural data and to determine magnetic and electrical features such as dielectric and conductivity at the temperature range of 25-400C. The ferromagnetic resonance varied from 10 Hz to 1GHz and measurements were employed to characterize the features of the specimens. Empirical of findings obtained for the composition (Fe-%25Co)50Ni at 1100°C recommend that the best conductivity and hardness were obtained with 50Ni addition at a sintering temperature of 1100°C.