Electronic Products Magazine
CategoriesTrade magazine
CompanyAspenCore Media
CountryUnited States
Based inGarden City, New York[1]

Electronic Products, also known as Electronic Products Magazine, [2] is an electronic component and technology trade magazine serving the electronic design community. The magazine was launched in 1957 and is based in Garden City, New York.[3]

History and profile

Electronic Products was founded in 1957.[4] The magazine was owned and published by Hearst Business Media until February 2015 when Arrow Electronics acquired the magazine and publishes it under AspenCore Media.[5] Reaching over 120,000 electronic engineers (EEs) and others in the trade across the United States—in print and over twice that number online worldwide. Electronic Products is considered[by whom?] a leader in its category.

Electronic Products's editorial sections provide information on new products from the smallest capacitor to the brightest light-emitting diode (LED). In addition, featured articles range from selecting the best components to fill an application need to the latest in developing electronic technologies. The editorial content is rounded out with application-specific product sections and transcripts of discussion roundtables on subjects from military to medical electronics.

Since 1977, Electronic Products has offered the Product of the Year Awards.[6]


  1. ^ William F. Leahy (1977). Microprocessor Architecture and Programming. Wiley. ISBN 978-0-471-01889-6.
  2. ^ Henry W. Ott (20 September 2011). Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 105–. ISBN 978-1-118-21065-9.
  3. ^ International Commerce. Bureau of International Commerce. 1966. pp. 4–.
  4. ^ "Electronic Products Magazine". Hearst Advantage. Retrieved 5 December 2015.
  5. ^ Bob Jones (18 February 2015). "Arrow buys Hearst's technical media assets – who'll buy UBM's?". Publitek. Retrieved 19 June 2015.
  6. ^ "Electronic Products Magazine announces its 33rd Annual Product of the Year Awards" (PDF). Hearst Electronics Group. 6 January 2009. Retrieved 19 June 2015.[permanent dead link]