Anaren wins $11.5 million in defense OEM contracts for airborne passive ranging subsystems

SYRACUSE, N.Y., 10 April 2012. Anaren Inc. (Nasdaq:ANEN) won three contracts, which total more than $11.5 million, in follow-on orders for passive ranging subsystems to be deployed in airborne applications.

Anaren is delivering its proprietary electronic warfare technology to an unnamed defense original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customer under a continuing long-term supply agreement for domestic and international applications.

Deliveries should be completed over a 26-month timeframe, beginning the first quarter of 2013.
Anaren designs, develops, manufactures, and sells integrated microwave component assemblies and subsystems for the defense electronics and satellite communications (SatCom) markets.

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