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MS Kennedy - MSK  Profile

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MS Kennedy - MSK  Company Overview

Since 1971 the M.S. Kennedy Corporation has been a leader in the design and production of high performance analog microelectronics. MSK manufactures hybrids to DSCC (Defense Supply Center, Columbus) Standard Military Drawings(SMD). MSK also offers a standard product line of operational and video amplifiers, motor drives, power modules, linear and switching voltage regulators and DC/DC converters, and is a leading producer of custom analog/mixed signal hybrids, power hybrids and multi-chip modules.

MS Kennedy - MSK  Products

The types of products manufactured by MS Kennedy - MSK include Analog Amplifiers, Motor Controllers, Power Encapsulated Modules (PEMs), Linear Regulators, Switching Regulators, DC-DC Converters, Filters, Video Amplifiers, and Radiation Hardened ICs.

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