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PPM Systems teams up with Corry Micronics

Posted 24 September 2019 · Add Comment

Swindon based PPM Systems has partnered with US manufacturer Corry Micronics to distribute its RF products in the UK.


The new partnership sees RF amplifiers, RF switches, switch matrixes, RF and microwave sub-systems added to PPM’s existing portfolio of RF over fibre systems, antennas, software-defined radio, spectrum analysers and more.

Corry Micronics has its roots in the US defence and security industries, the same sectors PPM has always been deeply committed to in the UK. Its components are an ideal complement to PPM’s suite of engineering services and products.

“Working with PPM Systems in the UK is a perfect fit for both our companies,” emphasised CJ McBride, Vice President of Sales at Corry Micronics. “PPM’s solid relationships within defence and security makes it well matched with our line of RF switches, amplifiers and custom RF sub-assemblies.”

Established in the 1970s to meet the needs of the US Department of Defense, Corry Micronics has become one of the key suppliers of EMI/RFI filters, RF and microwave components and sub-systems for critical defence, aerospace, medical, communications and industrial applications.

 

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