All Tech Electronics and Device Engineering, Inc. recently announced a new distribution partnership. This alliance adds an extensive selection of data bus communication, control, voltage sensing and transient protection integrated circuits (ICs) for commercial avionics and aerospace applications to All Tech Electronics’ wide portfolio of electronic products for aviation, communications, research, and military and space.

Headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, Device Engineering Inc. (DEI) is an ISO9001:2015 and AS9100D certified company that designs and manufactures a wide selection of rugged high-quality ICs for commercial avionics and aerospace applications featuring ARINC 429 data bus terminal transceivers, line receivers & line drivers, discrete-to-digital sensors, cockpit lighting controllers and lightning current & voltage transient protection devices.  DEI also provides custom design analog, mixed-signal and RF ASICs for replacing parts facing obsolescence, shortages or diminishing manufacturing sources. DEI will meet customers’ most stringent or specialized package requirements by providing IC products in standard plastic or ceramic packages, die-in-waffle pack, probed wafer form or custom packages.

“All Tech is proud to be a partner with DEI. We are constantly working on expanding our ability to meet the product and obsolescence challenges of our clients and DEI fills a unique niche for us in that respect,” says Frank Berte, All Tech’s Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Principal. “We are also happy to be able to offer DEI’s RF IC products, a service we haven’t been able to provide for our clients before this.”

All Tech will work with Device Engineering on behalf of their mutual customers to provide rugged high-quality analog, mix-signal and RF IC products along with world class procurement, logistical and manufacturing services to meet the special needs of customers designing and producing products for such applications as data & voice communication, engine management & control, flight instrumentation & control, in-flight entertainment, pilot & auto-pilot navigation and safety systems.

Posted in All Tech Electronics News, Device Engineering, Inc. on Wednesday, January 15th, 2020