At Farnborough this year TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), world class, West London based company specialising in professional microwave and RF products, will be showing microwave power modules (MPMs) and intelligent instrumentation amplifiers – as well as for the first time, a selection of radar transponders from TMD’s newly acquired company, G2 Engineering Ltd.
TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), the world class West London based microwave and RF manufacturer, will be showcasing its capability in instrumentation amplifiers for EMC, scientific and medical applications on the Fusoh Shoji stand Booth A-11 at MWE2017. Fusoh Shoji is TMD’s newly appointed representative specifically for laboratory instrumentation amplifiers, and is already actively promoting this product in the Japanese market.
For the second time in just as many months, TMD (TMD Technologies Limited) West London based hi-tech microwave and RF equipment manufacturer, will be attending a prestigious mainstream science and technology conference. Following on from its successful participation in the International Particle Accelerator Conference in Copenhagen in May, TMD will be on Stand 39 at the Pulsed Power Conference in Brighton, on 18-22 June.
New Business Development Project enables TMD to offer revolutionary RF solid state amplifiers for latest scientific and medical applications.
In keeping with the company’s successful business development expansion into different marketing fields and territories, West London based microwave and RF manufacturer TMD Technologies Limited (TMD) will be attending IPAC ’17 for the very first time.
TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), world class microwave and RF manufacturer based in West London, is showcasing its new PTCM Series intelligent, modular travelling wave tube (TWT) RF instrumentation amplifiers on Stand 19 at EMC Europe 2016.
Digital Integration with Siemens Teamcenter and NX.
Supported by Team Engineering.
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