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Trademarks and Intellectual Property

Anaren, the Anaren logo, Anaren Integrated Radio (AIR), Xinger, and the "What'll We Think of Next?" wordmark are all trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Anaren, Inc. or its subsidiaries, and may be registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and in other countries. Unicircuit, Inc. and Anaren Ceramics are subsidiaries of Anaren, Inc. Anaren is part of a family of companies owned by a controlled affiliate of The Veritas Capital Fund IV, L.P. ("Veritas Capital") New York, NY.

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Anaren Patents

As our slogan suggests, Anaren is always thinking of "what's next." So it is no coincidence that we boast some of the highest-caliber, most inventive engineers in our field. Fully credentialed and actively involved in organizations such as the IEEE, Anaren engineers are committed to innovation, a pursuit yielding to valuable patented intellectual property. Anaren patents include:

US3568098
Microwave stripline device
Carl Gerst
March, 1971

US3609573
Balance amplifier
Hugh A. Hair
September, 1971

US3621400
Alternating current signal-combining approach
Leonard Paciorek, Carl Gerst
November, 1971

US3618126
Microwave signal amplifier with feedback
Carl Gerst, Thomas Sly
November, 1971

US3731217
Quasi-optical signal processing utilizing hybrid matrices
Carl Gerst, Hugh A. Hair, Robert Hiller
May, 1973

US3775708
Microwave signal attenuator
Thomas Sly
November, 1973

US3800221
Digital frequency meter
Hugh A. Hair
March, 1974

US3970968
Signal modulator apparatus
Thomas Sly
July, 1976

US4209791
Antenna apparatus for bearing angle determination
Carl Gerst, Hugh A. Hair, Stig Rehnmark
June, 1980

US4277748
Angle digitizer
Carl Gerst, Leonard Paciorek
July, 1981

US263226
Antenna
Stig Rehnmark
March, 1982

US4331960
Automatic tracking methods & apparatus
Carl Gerst, Hugh A. Hair
May, 1982

US31772
Digital bearing deterimination
Carl Gerst, Hugh A. Hair, Stig Rehnmark
December, 1984 
(re-issue of US4203114; May, 1980)

US4821007
Stripline circuit component and method of manufacture
Walter D. Fields, Gary K. Larkins
April, 1989

US4405895
Angle digitizing method
Carl Gerst, Leonard Paciorek, Thomas Sly
September, 1993

US5841340
Solderless RF power film resistors and terminations
Paul Davidson, Thomas Dowling, Thomas Passaro, Jr.
November, 1998

US 294965
Stripline balun
Hans Peter Ostergaard, Jeffrey C. Merrill  
September, 2001

US6292070
Balun formed from symmetrical couplers
Jeffrey C. Merrill
September, 2001

US6464510
Microwave circuit connector
Hans Peter Ostergaard, Michael Len
October, 2002

US6650200
Dynamic combiner / splitter for RF signal systems
Brian E. Culliton, Jeffrey C. Merrill   
November, 2003

US6713792
Integrated heat sink device including hole to facilitate communication
Leendert J. van der Windt
March, 2004

US7005937
Circulator and method of manufacture
Thomas Lingel, Niels Kirkeby
February, 2006

US7659792 B2
Circulator device and a method of assembly
Karen N. Kocharvan, Bradley J. Wright
February, 2010

US8044749 B1
Coupler Device
Tomasz M. Witas, Michael J. Lugert, Niels H. Kirkeby
October, 2011

US818848B2
Circulator / Isolator with an Asymmetric Resonator
Thomas Lingel
March, 2012

US8183952B2
Surface Mountable Circulator
Graeme Bunce, Thomas Lingel
May, 2012

US8350642 B2
Ultra-widband Power Splitter / Combiner
Hans Jensen
January, 2013

US8547186
Compact Balun
Niels H. Kirkeby
October, 2013

US8638181B2
Wideband Balun Using Re-entrant Coupled Lines 
and Ferrite Material
Carl Gerst, Jeffrey C. Merrill
January, 2014

US8860529
Impedance Transforming Coupler
Chong Mei, Hans P. Ostergaard
October, 2014

US8896373
Wideband Doherty Amplifier Network
Chong Mei
November, 2014


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