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Anaren  Profile

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Anaren  Company Overview

Anaren was founded in 1967 as a supplier of microwave components and subassemblies to the defense electronics markets. Today, Anaren is a major innovator of standard products and custom solutions for the Commercial Wireless, Space, and Defense Electronics markets.

Anaren  Products

The types of products manufactured by Anaren include Passive RF: Couplers, Power Dividers, Quads, Splitter/Combiner networks, Baluns; Active Components: Vector Modulators, Mixers; High power Resistive Components: Resistors, Terminations, Attenuators; Ferrite Components: Circulators, Isolators; Complex Components/subassemblies: Switching, Beamformers, Antenna Feed Networks, DRFMs & DFDs for EW; Custom solutions: RF Backplanes, Switches, Integrated Assemblies; and Custom ceramic circuit-board and component solutions.

Anaren Datasheets

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DSCC National Stock Number (NSN) Search

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QML/QPL Part Search

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Standard Microcircuit Cross Reference

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