TMD to exhibit at the IEEE Pulsed Power Conference
TMD Technologies will be attending a 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 18th-22nd June.
TMD - scientific capability second to none
Richard Patrick, TMD’s Business Development Manager, said: “Once again we will be highlighting our latest modular architecture solid state RF amplifiers. These revolutionary products have a wide range of applications extending from synchrotrons and LINACS for scientific experimentation/particle physics and Spallation systems, to medical therapy equipment and cyclotrons for radioisotope production - with the ability to upgrade existing systems.”
Above: Hi-res X ray machine with CT scan to eliminate any flaws as soon as possible in TMD’s production lines.
Imad Gharib, TMD’s Sales Manager, Instrumentation Amplifiers commented: “This is the first time that the Pulsed Power Conference has been held in the UK and, as part of our ongoing business development expansion strategy, it gives us a great opportunity to show our advanced RF amplifiers and to network with all those employed in industrial and medical techniques for generating high power short pulses over a wide range of applications - from plasma physics to particle beam generation.”
Solid state RF amplifiers for hi-tech applications
Employing an innovative power combining design to give provide several benefits for the user, TMD’s solid state RF amplifiers are very compact and are typically one 19" rack/100kW (pulse). Frequencies are from 20-1.3GHz, operating as CW/pulse systems (with long pulse systems available). The amplifiers have a wall plug efficiency competitive with tube technology, offer a high MTBF and low MTTR, and are robustly resistant to VSWR mismatch. Furthermore, they are easily maintainable with ‘hot swap’ availability, exhibit no loss of power from any single element failure, and can be combined to provide MW power capability.
Other relevant products from TMD include high power, very low phase noise TWT (Travelling Wave Tube) amplifiers, brazed UHV components, and electron guns.