TMD announces Live Demonstrations of new Product

TMD announces Live Demonstrations of new Product

TMD announces Live Demonstrations of new Product

Following the release of its DSEI Press Preview, TMD is now pleased to announce that it will be giving daily demonstrations of its new PTS6900 solid state microwave power module (MPM) on Stand S3-255, ADS UK Pavilion, to showcase its exceptional performance.

Constant daily live demonstration
Optimised for EW/ECM systems, with an output power of 150 W over the 2-6 GHz range and user adjustable 55 dB gain, the solid state PTS6900 will be running constantly on the stand – operating into a dummy RF load and with the output power being shown on a monitor.

Employing the latest 0.25 µm GaN MMIC technology, the PTS6900 has over 30,000 hours predicted MTBF, instant start up, fast 1 µs mute time, and is ITAR free.

Also showcased will be TMD’s TWT based PTXM Series of compact, lightweight MPMs – ideal for UAVs – and instrumentation TWT and solid state amplifers for radar /EW simulation and training and for EMC HIRF testing.

TMD Technologies Ltd, with its UK headquarters in West London, is one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of specialised transmitters, amplifiers, microwave power modules (MPMs), high voltage power supplies and microwave tubes for radar, EW and communications applications. The multiple Queen’s Award winning company also produces a range of advanced instrumentation microwave amplifiers for EMC testing, scientific and medical applications.

TMD Technologies, LLC is the US subsidiary of TMD Technologies Ltd, set up in Baltimore, Maryland in 2013; its purpose being to provide excellent commercial and technical support to TMD’s customers in the USA.

The company is now well established, the product repair and service centre is up and running and its Sales and Marketing Department is engaged in new business development in the USA – for the whole range of TMD’s products.

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