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Planar Monolithics Industries (PMI) announces its merger with Planar Electronics Technology (PET) and Planar Filter Company (PFC)

February 5, 2008
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Planar Monolithics Industries (PMI) announces its merger with Planar Electronics Technology (PET) and Planar Filter Company (PFC). The synergy between these three Frederick, Maryland based corporations enables the offering of upgraded Hybrid MIC/MMIC RF and Microwave Components, Subsystems, and Systems to their customers as well as enhancing their ability to support major military and defense contractors.

Ashok Gorwara, the CEO of Planar Monolithics Industries and Kevin Mason, formerly the President of PET and now the General Manager of PMI, are eagerly looking forward to presenting the corporation’s improved capabilities to all of their customers.

The wide range of products that are now available from PMI will include Airborne SIGINT & DF RF Distribution Units, Directional Detectors, Filters & Switched Filter Banks, Frequency Synthesizers, Frequency and Polar Discriminators and IFM’s, Integrated Super Components and Receiver Front Ends, IQ Vector Modulators, Limiters and Detectors, Log RF/IF Amplifiers, Passive and Active Doubler Modules, Phase Shifters & Bi-Phase Modulators, Quadrature & Directional Couplers, Subsystems and Custom Assemblies, Successive Detection Log Video Amplifiers (SDLVA’s), Threshold Detectors and Complete RF Systems. This vertically integrated corporation is looking forward to many more years of successful business within the Defense Electronics industry.

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