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Analog Technologies Building 11481 Rupp Drive Burnsville, MN 55337

We purchased the 78,500 SQFT building in 2014.

Currently Analog occupies 42,300 SQFT.

There's ample space available for growth.

Experienced in Consultive Collaboration

Why Analog? The answer is within our history.
 

Analog Technologies Corp. was founded in 1993 as an engineering and electronic product development company focusing on high-performance analog-based equipment including instrumentation, signal processing, wideband, radio frequency (rf), and power conversion circuits and equipment. Since then, we have greatly expanded our engineering repertoire and Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS). The majority of the products we manufacture are complex and packaging intensive.

 

The majority of early projects required very low volume production. The mix of low volume and high complexity of these assemblies made it difficult for us find resources to support our and our customer’s production needs. This led to the birth of ATC’s production and prototype manufacturing.

 

Today, we are almost exclusively an electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider. Although our service scope has changed, our engineering roots and commitment to Optimal Product Realization has not. Analog maintains a high engineer to staff ratio to ensure continuous support of this mission.

Our engineering heritage

and experience provides insight, empathy, a multidisciplinary technical understanding, and an opportunity for improvement of our customers’ products. It’s no coincidence that most of the products we manufacture have analog content.

Our Mission

is to provide value added engineering and manufacturing services to support our customers' competitive advantage of time to market, quality, performance, and low cost of ownership.

Why Choose Us?

Long-term customer relationships

Broad base of engineering and manufacturing expertise

Collaborative, flexible and solutions oriented

Located minutes from Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport

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