Unicircuit Receives $7.8M Order for Airborne Radar Application


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Unicircuit, Inc., a subsidiary of Anaren, Inc. announced it has received a $7.8M order from a leading defense prime contractor for hardware support of an airborne radar application. The order was booked this quarter and is expected to be shipped over the next several quarters.

“In conjunction with their world class high-REL printed circuit board capabilities, Unicircuit provides value added services for higher level assembly and testing of components such as RF and digital connectors, circulators and isolators, PCB housings, and thermal management systems, which enhances the value they can bring to their Military and Space customers,” said Mark Kosalek, Vice President Business Development Anaren Space & Defense Group. “These affordable, enhanced capabilities were critical factors in this customer’s decision to choose Unicircuit for this important production program.”

About Anaren

Celebrating its 50th year in business, Anaren, Inc. designs, manufactures and sells custom high frequency solutions and standard components for the wireless communications, space and defense electronics, wireless consumer electronics, and IoT markets. Additional information can be found on the company’s website.

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