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JK Antennas and 2X Arrays in Partnership:

from JK Antennas on February 26, 2014
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NEW YORK, February 25, 2014 -- JK Antennas and 2X Arrays have announced a strategic partnership which will combine both design and manufacturing processes between the two organizations. By leveraging the strengths between the two organization's existing bodies of work, they see the potential to streamline the entire product design and manufacturing process from end-to-end.

JK Antennas has fundamentally focused on producing high quality long boom mono-band and duo-band antenna designs that are mechanically robust, with quick time to market of both new and custom designed models directly from their in-house manufacturing facility. 2X Arrays has been focused on developing proprietary antenna design processes ranging from electrical optimization to physical model electrical testing and tuning.

"Combining the manufacturing strength and the modular nature of the JK Antennas product line with our design process is a natural marriage between each company which will lead to production of the best end products possible," says Scott McClements, President of 2X Arrays.

"The existing product offerings compliment each other and this partnership will further enhance our ability to quickly design and manufacturer new models. In doing so, we are well positioned to meet the needs of any amateur, commercial or military user," says Ken Garg, Principal of JK Antennas.

As part of this strategic partnership, the 2X Arrays antenna line will now be manufactured at the JK Antennas facility in Connecticut, USA. JK Antennas will also sell and distribute both lines through its

direct sales and distributorship.

For more information please visit JK Antennas on Facebook

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