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MSK has a complete technical staff to handle all aspects of the design process from start to finish, and is committed to the high quality standards required for military and aerospace systems. Our design, manufacturing, inspection and test processes meet or exceed all of the requirements of MIL-PRF-38534 and MIL-PRF-38535, as well as AS9100.

The M.S. Kennedy Corporation has been a leader in the design and production of high performance/reliability analog microelectronics since 1971.

In 1988, MSK became one of the earliest MIL-STD-1772 certified companies and we maintain one of the highest numbers of QML (Qualified Manufacturers List) processes in the industry with many SMD's to our credit.

In 1994, MSK became one of the first hybrid manufacturers to attain ISO 9001 certification from the Defense Electronic Supply Center, reaffirming our commitment to quality on a global scale.

In 1997, MSK became only the sixth company to obtain certification to Class K of MIL-PRF-38534 for the production of space-level Hybrid Microcircuits.

In June of 2000, we moved into our current 43,000 sq. ft. facility with 16,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art cleanroom, automated manufacturing, test and analytical equipment. This has positioned MSK as one of the premier hybrid, power hybrid and microelectronics manufacturers in the industry.

In February 2006, MSK became certified to AS9100 certification from Eagle Registrations.

August 1, 2008 MSK became part of the Anaren organization.  By joining Anaren, MSK acquired RF and microwave capability, greatly expanding the frequency range and capabilities of the products and design services we offer our customers.

In July of 2012, MSK received certification from DLA to MIL-PRF-38535 for Class Q and V, for production of single chip monolithic microcircuits for space applications.  

From simple to complex, big or small, military, commercial, or space level systems, MSK has the Power, Precision, and Performance to handle any of your hybrid or single chip packaging needs.

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