About Us

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Corry Micronics is a leading supplier of RF and Microwave Components and Subsystems and has been manufacturing EMI/RFI Filters for over 50 years. Specializing in high power and broadband solutions, CMI is a critical supplier and partner to major companies serving the Aerospace, Defense, Medical, Communications, and Specialty Test industries.

Since 1970, Corry Micronics has become a key supplier and service provider for those needing a broad range of capabilities, expertise, design flexibility and customization. Driven by the unique capabilities of each customer, we take a proactive approach to solve problems and create solutions within budgets and timelines. Our experience and innovation, coupled with the expertise to engineer and design individual and RF microwave subsystems, makes Corry Micronics a reliable partner for design engineers and product managers.

Corry Micronics’ product offerings include RF/Microwave Filters, Diplexers, Multiplexers, Low Noise Amplifiers, Power Amplifiers, RF Switches, Couplers, Power Dividers, Waveguide Components and Configurable RF Switch Matrices. We offer cost-effective customized solutions in a wide range of RF and Microwave Components and Subsystems.

In 2021, Corry Micronics became part of Quantic™ Electronics, a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management. 

Quantic is an electronic component company that is focused on defining and delivering the future of mission-critical electronics. They have over a century of combined experience as reliable problem-solvers, and they are trusted partners in military, aerospace, industrial and commercial markets. 

Arcline is a growth-oriented private equity firm that seeks to invest in thriving middle market businesses with structurally recurring revenue streams in high value industries. Their differentiated investment strategy combines deep business model expertise, proactive thematic research, an unrelenting focus on the upside, and a collaborative management-first approach to value creation. Arcline currently has $4.3 billion in cumulative capital commitments. 

Corry Micronics Quality Statement

At Corry Micronics, our goal is to provide uncommon value to our customers and to be known as the best in the industries we serve. Our systematic approach to accomplish this is to out-perform our competitors, in every little thing we do, especially in the following major areas:



over customer service, understanding customer wants and needs.



on-time and with quality,meeting or exceeding customer requirements.



culture with an unrelenting drive to monitor performance and continually affect process improvements in all parts of the business.



to make our products indispensable to our customers.

“Productivity and efficiency can be achieved only step by step with sustained hard work, relentless attention to details and insistence on the highest standards of quality and performance.”

-J.R.D. Tata

Corry Micronics building

Our Facilities

Our 25,000 square foot facility houses office-based personnel, ceramic component manufacture, and assembly operations. The facility was designed and equipped to optimize cleanliness, organization, and process control.

50 Years of Corry Micronics 1970-2020

The Beginning

In 1970, Reggie Baker, former employee of Erie Technological Products, opened Corry Micronics, Inc. (CMI) in a humble building located in Corry, PA. CMI began with a small product line consisting of Filter/Bias Networks, Stripline Mounted RF Shorts, Feedthrough Devices, Stripline DC Blocks, and special thick film metalized Mica.

First Corry Micronics headquarters
The first Corry Micronics, Inc. headquarters

Military Quality, Kanban & Capacitors

During their first few decades, CMI was solely focused on the defense market and adhering to military quality standards. CMI paired their military quality with the lean manufacturing practices of Kanban inventory control and ushered in the development of what would become a signature product: Ceramic Feedthrough Capacitors for both the military and communications industries.

ceramic tubular capacitors
The original extrusion die set used to manufacture CMI’s first Ceramic Tubular Capacitors

Acquisition & Modernization

In 2000, the Peterson brothers acquired Corry Micronics and brought with them a new wave of leadership and innovation. Don Pavlek, their new President and CEO, set out to modernize and improve the entirety of the operation: facilities, products and production, and personnel.

New 25,000 square foot facility
The new, 25,000 square foot Corry Micronics facility

Production & Packaging for Success

The next decade was critical to the advancement of the company. It began with senior engineering hires who developed and patented the automation of several Ceramic Tubular Capacitors manufacturing processes resulting in an overall production cost reduction. This allowed for the development of new product packages such as Solder-in Filters, Filter Plates, Filtered Terminal Blocks, Filtered Connectors and Mil-Circular Connectors.

post automation products
New products developed post automation

Innovate to Grow

It was clear that investing in top engineering talent was necessary to power future CMI growth, and the company opened a R&D complex attracting additional talent to the new innovation hub. The resulting complex portfolio of products included Band pass, Low pass, High pass, Band reject and All pass filters using technology such as LC, Crystal, Microstrip, Comb line, Cavity, Interdigital, Tubular, Waveguide, Ceramic Resonator and Helical.

research and development offices
The new Research & Development Offices in Warrendale, PA

Engineering Solutions

Top engineering talent equated to the ability to develop new products and solutions for the industries and clients CMI had become experts with.  Client challenges quickly became CMI solutions. This led to the development of of the lightest weight RF Filter available, as well as Diplexer and Multiplexers, Microwave, USB, Ethernet and HDMI filters.

lightweight plastic rf filter
CMI’s lightweight RF Filters were designed to meet the needs of UAVs and personal military gear.

Automate to Advance Again

Nearly ten years after their first automate-to-improve cycle, CMI harnessed the power of CNC machining to yet again reduce costs and speed manufacturing. This time, allowing the company to accelerate prototype development with advanced machining of housings.

vertical CNCs
CMI currently has four vertical CNC’s running five days a week, 17 hours a day.

Ever Evolving

CMI was now growing at double digit annual growth rates, but did not rest on its laurels. They continued their trend of innovate and evolve. Additional engineers joined the team, bringing new ideas such as the design of some of the world’s fastest and highest power RF Switches, Switch Matrices, Power Amplifiers and Sub-Systems.

high power broadband switch
The world’s fastest RF switch

A Timeless Sales Strategy

When most in the industry were relying on independent sales representation to push product, CMI chose to remain close to the client by selling direct. This sales strategy resulted in long-term relationships and the ability to hear firsthand what industries were looking for. CMI recently took this strategy overseas developing Corry Europe and establishing a partnership with UK’s PPM Systems.


People. Product. Place. Positioned for the Future.

Today’s CMI took a strong foundation from the original owners and through careful selection and development of its people, product and place, built a company positioned to succeed at an ever-increasing speed. CMI looks forward to their next 50 years.

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