TMD participates at European Microwave again!
Showing its very latest TWT and solid state MPMs, amplifiers and transponders for radar, EW, communications and EMC testing, on Stand 405.
At European Microwave 2018, TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), world class, West London based company specialising in professional microwave and RF products, will be showcasing its newest microwave power modules (MPMs) and highly intelligent instrumentation amplifiers – as well as a selection of advanced radar transponders.
Impressed with the quality of contacts
Said Steve Humphries, TMD’s Territory Manager, Europe and Africa:
“Last year we were so impressed with the quality of contacts we made at European Microwave, that we had no hesitation in deciding to return again this year. “Last year we welcomed important visitors – including academics, government and defence figureheads, from all over the world – and we look forward to renewing these contacts.”
“The European Microwave Week is a great event for meeting up with all those involved in the field of microwave, RF, wireless, and radar”, said Stuart Love, TMD’s Senior Sales Manager, UK and Europe. Moreover, with the venue this time in Madrid, it gives us the occasion to explore emerging business opportunities in the Iberian Peninsular.”
On Show – latest TWT Ka band and high power MPMS
At the European Microwave exhibition TMD will be showing its very latest MPMs, namely the new travelling wave tube (TWT) Ka band PTX8807, high-power PTX8110 and high-power Ka band PTX8815 – designed and engineered for high performance radar and EW systems.
The new PTX8807 MPM features simplified integration for high performance EW and radar systems and provides an output power of up to 200 W over a 30-40 GHz range. Comprising a high-power Ka band helix TWT and switched mode power supply it forms a single ‘drop-in’ unit without the need for high voltage connections.
Operating from 6-18 GHz at 200 W, the new PTX8110 features compact design, is easily integrated into those high performance EW and radar systems requiring higher power. Comprising a high power helix TWT and switched mode power supply, the PTX8110 is designed to provide optimum noise performance.
The new PTX8815 TWTA is designed for Ka band radar applications such as naval fire control. With broadband capability, covering 34–36 GHz, it offers a peak power of over 1100 W in the mid-band, and 600 W at the band edges with a maximum duty of up to 12%. This top class TWTA is the answer to high fidelity radar requirements.
Download PDF of full press release here TMD at European Microwave 2018