TMD Technologies Ltd (TMD), an independent manufacturing company in the microwave and RF field, has just completed a major installation of solar panels on the roof of its headquarters building in Hayes, West London.
Exhibiting for the first time at an EW exhibition in the UAE, TMD Technologies Ltd (TMD), major West London based manufacturer in the microwave and RF field, will be showing a representative selection of advanced products for Electronic Warfare on Stand 25.
At AAD 2016, TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), independent world class West London based manufacturer in the microwave and RF field, will be highlighting its NEW line of Ka band, compact TWT based microwave power modules (MPMs), designed to meet the exacting demands of today’s radar, EW and communications applications.
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.
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.
Abstract: This paper covers an approach to the design of High Voltage Power Supply Units for operating Travelling Wave Tube Amplifiers in Pulse Doppler Radar Transmitter Sub‐Systems where ultra low noise RF Output is mandatory.
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.
Travelling wave tubes are vacuum devices with electron beams that couple to a microwave frequency electromagnetic signal (loosely termed ‘r.f.’ in the trade) propagating in the direction of the beam. Energy is transferred to the microwave signal, and the device generally behaves as an amplifier.