Filtronetics, Inc. located in Kansas City, Missouri, was established in 1970. Though the years,
Filtronetics, has developed a broad line of frequency products for diverse applications ranging
from communications to instrumentation, for commercial, industrial and military applications.
Quality is the foundation of our success. The Quality Control Department offers more than 30 years of
experience. Current quality standards are based on and registered to ISO-9001. Customer or project
specific requirements are also available, as well as conformance to IPC-610, MIL-STD-202, MIL-STD-883, MIL-STD-2000, J-STD 001 and many other standards.
Filtronetics, Inc. is responsible for the design and production of numerous high-reliability filters used by
the United States government and government related programs. We have been proud contributors
to the following:
New Horizon Space Craft
Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP)
Polar Space Craft Receiver
F-15 Fire Control Radar APG 63 (Radar Systems Groups) Hughes Aircraft, El Segundo, CA
F-15 MSIP Hughes Aircraft, El Segundo, CA
F-14D AHAP, MSIP Hughes Aircraft, El Segundo, CA
ADCAP/MARK 48 Torpedo (Advanced Capabilities Program) Hughes Aircraft, El Segundo, CA
PURR Receiver McClellan Air Force Base, Sacramento, CA
PACER BOUNCE Harris RF Communications, NY
LADNER Motorola Government Electronics Group, Scottsdale, AZ
SUBAC Raytheon Submarine Signal Division, Portsmouth, AZ
GOES (Geo-Stationary Operations Environmental Satellite) Hughes Aircraft, El Segundo, CA
SPS 48 RADAR/United States Navy ITT Gilfillan, Van Nuys, CA
RIVET JOINT/Air Force Surveillance E-Systems. Greenville, TX
SEAGULL Missile System United States Naval Avionics, Indianapolis, IN
AESIR Program E-Systems, Garland, TX
AN/PRC-112 Motorola Government Electronics Group, Scottsdale, AZ
CASSINI Spacecraft/RPWS Instrument The University of Iowa. Iowa City, IA
F-18 and F-35 Rockwell Collins, Cedar Rapids, IA
ASRAAM, ERGM, SLAM, SLAMER,VANDAL (Command Destruct Receivers) Herley Industries, Lancaster, PA
NAP (Nuclear Augmentation Program) Sandia Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM
Our engineers are experienced in various Hi-Rel testing.
All testing is done in the Kansas City facility with the exception of vibration and x-ray.