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TMD-US wins microwave-based military contracts

Posted 10 October 2018 · Add Comment

TMD Technologies, LLC (TMD-US) supplier of professional microwave and RF products based in Baltimore, Maryland – part of London based TMD Technologies Limited – has recently won several new microwave-based military programmes and large orders from established TMD customers.

Also, following the recent appointment of Tom Curtin as Vice President, Sales & Business Development, the TMD-US team has been further strengthened with new key positions to boost its growing customer base and associated technical support operation.

As part of its on-going business development, TMD-US is seeing a substantially increased demand for its travelling wave tube (TWT) based amplifier diagnostics, component level upgrades, and sub-system maintenance. Tom Curtin said: “As the US military community continues to upgrade its radar and EW platforms to extend system life, so first class, reliable technical product support, maintenance and repair has become imperative. In response to these accelerating and demanding requirements we have now invested in the equipment and human resources necessary to fully support this burgeoning side of our business.”

High power airborne, ground based and shipboard transmitter systems for radar and EW/ECM/EA applications are cycled through the TMD-US purpose-built facility for evaluation, performance upgrades and, where needed, repairs.

Tom Curtin said: “Our technical certifications and adherence to all required standards enables our customers to entrust us with the repair of their TMD TWTAs, ruggedised amplifiers and microwave power modules (MPMs) currently in use on active military programmes. At TMD-US the growth of our service centre is a vital factor in the provision of a higher level of support facilities for our US military and prime contractor customers.”

TMD Technologies, LLC is the US subsidiary of UK, West London based TMD Technologies Limited. Established in Baltimore, Maryland, TMD-US provides complete technical and commercial support to TMD’s US customers and offers a comprehensive product repair centre.


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