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Avnet Stocks TE Standard Antennas

PHOENIX, Ariz. — Avnet Express, part of the Avnet Electronics Marketing operating group of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT), announces the immediate availability of standard antennas from TE Connectivity (TE), along with a quick reference selector guide. The recently released family of TE antennas includes surface mount, tab mount, surface mount over ground and chassis mount cabled antennas. All four categories are in-stock and available for same-day shipping when ordered from www.avnetexpress.com by 8 P.M. CDT.

TE’s broad family of standard antennas can be integrated into many of today’s common applications from mobile and smart phones to gaming devices, wireless alarm and security systems to smart grid applications. These advanced TE antennas can be directly embedded into a device. This, coupled with their small size and lightweight design, provides a low-cost alternative to the conventional whip antenna. In addition, these standard antennas are also intended to accommodate numerous sets of frequency bands for operation on any regional or global network. For more in-depth information about TE’s antennas, view the latest eeTech brief from Avnet’s technical team.

“Choosing the right antenna can be a daunting task, but with assistance from Avnet’s technical team accompanied by reference materials like the antenna selector and design guide, basic antenna specification and common applications can be easily identified,” said Beth Ely, senior vice president of Avnet Express. “Avnet is the first distributor to stock this family of products. As we continue to expand our in-stock offering, design engineers and purchasing professionals can rely on Avnet to have the products and technical support they need, when they need it.”

For more information, datasheets and to place orders for these and other TE products, visit www.em.avnet.com/teantennas

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