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8 January 2008


WJ and Mouser sign catalog and Internet sales channel agreement

WJ Communications Inc of San Jose, CA, USA, which designs and supplies RF products for wireless infrastructure, RFID and WiMAX markets, has signed a global catalog and internet sales channel partnership agreement with electronic component distributor Mouser Electronics Inc of Mansfield, TX, USA, focused on the rapid introduction of new products and technologies to electronic design engineers.

According to the sales channel agreement, Mouser will stock RF amplifiers, mixers, and frequency converters. WJ’s product line includes gain block, medium power, power, CATV, and variable gain amplifiers, as well as frequency converters, mixers and RFID products. The amplifiers are optimized for use in mobile and fixed wireless infrastructure. The mixers feature high input IP3 performance for broadband communication applications and span a broad range of technologies from FETs and MMIC mixers to diode mixers. The family of frequency converters is designed to meet the performance, functionality, and cost goals of both current and next-generation mobile infrastructure base stations.

“Our new partnership with Mouser Electronics will complement our existing sales channel by leveraging their strength in catalog and online sales outreach, thus expanding our presence into universities and developing opportunities early in the sales cycle,” says Haresh Patel, WJ’s senior VP of sales & marketing. “Engineers, academia, and students, will have access to WJ’s wide product offering and 50 years’ experience providing innovative RF components including amplifiers, frequency converters, and mixers.”

According to Mike Scott, Mouser’s VP of Active Products, the sales channel agreement capitalizes on Mouser’s core competences of fast introduction, extensive stocking, and promotion of the newest products to the design engineering community as well as the firm’s extensive educational institution customer base (with a total client base of over 280,000 customers in 170 countries).

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