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RF Filters & Related Products | Anatech Electronic

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Description Anatech Electronics, Inc., is a privately-held, ISO 9000:2008-certified company founded in 1990 that focuses on the design and manufacturing of RF and microwave filters and Coaxial RF cables. Our broad array of products are employed in commercial, aerospace and defense, and industrial applications throughout the world. We specialize in rapidly responding to customer needs and creating cost-effective solutions to meet them. In addition to its custom products, Anatech also sells standard semi-custom products directly through its Web store,

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Anatech’s products include band pass, lowpass, high pass, and band stop filters, duplexers, diplexers, triplexers, Dual Band filters, Multi band multiplexers, in lumped element (LC), ceramic, cavity, crystal, SAW, and Coaxial RF cables. Response types include Chebyshev, Butterworth, elliptic, Gaussian, flat group delay, and proprietary designs that combine classic topologies to produce an optimized solution.
Phone Number 973-772-4242
Ownership Anatech Electronics
Keywords Band pass filters, Low pass, High pass, Band stop, Notch filters, Duplexers, Diplexers, Dual band duplexers
Submission Date Dec 13, 2015

Anatech Electronics's Membership Status

Registration Date: Dec 13, 2015
Usergroup: member
Listings Submitted: 1 link
Total Time Online: 0 days, 0 hours and 14 minutes
Last seen: Dec 13, 2015 - 11:15 PM

Biographical Information

Location: Garfield. NJ
Homepage: http://
Occupation: Electrical Engineer
Birthdate: March 2, 1951 (67 years old)
Interests: Photography, Gardening
Biography: VP of Technical sales & marketing at Anatech Electronics. Graduated Fairleigh Dickinson University, Hackensack, NJ.

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