About Us


Who Are We?



AP Instruments has been manufacturing Frequency Response Analyzers (a.k.a. Analog Network Analyzers) since 1994. We strive to satisfy the needs of the customer through offering useful and innovative products based on the leading edge of technology.


We are located in Northern California near "Telecom Valley," not far from the Bay Area's "Silicon Valley." 


AP Instruments Inc.

355 Tesconi Circle, Suite #A

Santa Rosa, CA. 95401

Tel: 707-544-2170

Fax: 707-544-5816

Clients



AP Instrument's Frequency Response Analyzers are deployed in some of the world's largest corporations, educational institutions, and government entities.


Below is list of some of our customers using AP Instrument's products in their laboratories:


Acbel Polytech

Adept Technology

Advanced Fiber Comm

Advanced Tektris

Aegis Power

Aerospace Newton Power

Allegro Microsystems

American Power Conversion

Analog Devices

Analogictech

Auburn University

Autec Power Systems

Automotive Systems

Axcelis

Azcor Technology

BAE Systems

Bestec Power Systems

BF Goodrich

Black and Decker

Bosch Security Sys.

Canadian Defense Dept.

Chung Shan Institute

Cisco Systems

Crown International

Curtis Instruments

Datel

DC Telecommunications

Dell Computer

Delta Power

Elgar

Emerson Appliance

Endress & Hauser

ENI Technology

Ericsson

Exide

Factor One

Fairchild Semiconductors

Fibex Systems

Finlandia Interface

Frontier Electronics

Gamry Instruments

GE Global Research

General Atomics Aero

General Datacomm

General Dynamics

Gentex Corporation

Grimes Aerospace

Hamilton Sunstrand

Harris Power Products

Hewlett-Packard

HiCal Magnetics

Hipro Electronics

Honeywell

Hughes Telecomm

Indian Institute of Science

International Rectifier

Intersil

Intuitive Surgical

ITT Industries

Johns Hopkins University

Juniper Networks

Kepco

Khandela Electronika

L3 Communications

Lambda Electronics

Lexmark

Litton Industries

Lucent Technology

Magnetek

Marquette Medical

MCL

Micrel

Microsemi Integrated

MJ Research

Mobility Electronics

Motorola

NASA

National Semiconductor

Network Appliance

Newton Power

Nortel Networks

ON Semiconductor

Optical Solutions

PairGain

Perkin Elmer

PHB Electronica

Primarion

Primex

Raytheon

Remec Wireless

Rockford

Rockwell Automation

Rockwell International

Samsung Electronics

San Francisco State University

S-B Power Tool Company

Semtech Corporation

Smart Modular

Square D

Stryker Instruments

Supreme Technology

Surge Controls

SynQor

Tel Aviv University

Teradyne

Texas Instruments

Texas Memory Systems

Todd Products

Tower Electronics

Transistor Devices

Unison Industries

Unitech Miyachi

Universal Avionics

University of California

University of Florida

University of Minnesota

Varian

Veeco Instruments

Virginia Power

Voltage Multipliers

Windermere

Winpower Corp.


and many more. . .