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Digi-Key signs distribution partnership agreement with Mini-Circuit

Dig-Key has announced that it has secured a global distribution partnership with Mini-Circuits to offer their MMIC product line up of 50 GHz, LTCC filters, baluns and couplers, and patented reflectionless filters.

Mini-Circuits is a manufacturer of radio frequency (RF), microwave and mm-Wave components and systems, offering a huge portfolio of RF components. Mini-Circuits products are used widely in commercial, industrial, and military applications including: cellular wireless, aerospace, satellite, Mil-Spec, CATV/Broadband, RFID, test instrumentation and diagnostic imaging, among many others.

Commenting David Stein, vice president of global supplier management for Digi-Key said. “Mini-Circuits has been a leader in the RF and microwave space for more than 50 years, their vast offering includes the critical building blocks in RF design. We feel this will be a hugely beneficial partnership that only further enables design engineers to choose exactly what they need, when they need it.”

“Many of our customers already use Digi-Key as a preferred point of sale for a variety of parts in their designs,” said Mini-Circuits’ vice president of technical marketing, Steve Scheinkopf. “We believe Digi-Key’s reputation for easy online ordering, in-stock availability and fast delivery align with our commitment to outstanding service, and we’re confident that this new partnership will give Mini-Circuits’ customers even greater flexibility and convenience.”

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