TMD Technologies Limited is recognised as a UK Centre of Excellence for dispenser cathode technology.
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.
As a major player in the field of microwave tube technology and innovation, TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), world class manufacturer based in West London, is pleased to be attending this year’s IVEC Conference and Exhibition in London UK, to join this most prestigious international forum in the field of vacuum electronics.
In keeping with its continuing market expansion strategy, TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), world class West London based manufacturer in the microwave and RF field, will be showing a selection of its products for security applications on Stand P9 at Security & Policing 2017.
Exhibiting for the first time at IDEX, TMD Technologies Ltd (TMD), foremost West London based manufacturer in the microwave and RF field, will be showing a representative selection of its latest advanced products for air, land and sea defence applications.
Earlier this year TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), foremost West London based manufacturer in the microwave and RF field, received a major tube production contract that necessitated the construction of a brand new purpose built area for assembly, dress and test.
Abstract: This paper presents information about fast warm cathode for microwave tubes applications. Its mechanical profile and thermal characteristics are discussed.
An Analytical Lumped Thermal Circuit for the Determination of Fast Warm up and Steady State Characteristics Of Heater/Cathode Packages for TWT’s.
Digital Integration with Siemens Teamcenter and NX.
Supported by Team Engineering.
Currently, electron beams are produced by heating a filament to the point where electrons have enough energy to overcome the work function. In field emission, the potential barrier is lowered by the strength of the applied field only.