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EW Europe 2018

Date ou période: 
Tuesday, June 5, 2018 to Thursday, June 7, 2018

EW Europe 2018

Visit us at EW Europe
Stand C8
 
Photonis will be exhibiting at EW Europe in Lausanne, Switzerland June 5-7
 
We will be showcasing our solutions for electronic warfare, defense communications and radar systems. Photonis manufactures cutting-edge high power, broad bandwidth solutions which are used to deliver more power in a smaller package. Among our product offering is our traveling wave tubes, amplifiers, and microwave power modules, including the new high and low band MPMs.
 
NEW: Enhanced Band Microwave Power Modules
Our next generation of MPM for electronic warfare provide a minimum of 200 watts output power at the band edges, in excess of 300 watts mid-band, and are offered in two performance options, 2-8 GHz or 6-18 GHz. The MPMs manufactured by Photonis USA maximize the laws of physics for both solid state and vacuum devices by incorporating the best of both proven technologies. These devices combine a high-gain solid state driver with a miniature traveling wave tube, a high voltage power supply, and an integrated cooling system into one self-contained device, while maintaining a compact footprint for seamless integration into existing systems.
 
About Photonis USA Pennsylvania, Inc.
Photonis USA Pennsylvania, Inc. is a world leader in the development and manufacture of high quality power and signal amplifiers, integrating patented vacuum electron tube and solid state technologies for reliable high-efficiency and high broadband frequency SIGINT systems. Standard and custom models of Traveling Wave Tubes, Amplifiers, and Microwave Power Modules are available to support radar, communications, and electronic warfare applications. Our products are deployed in a wide range of well-recognized systems and programs that provide asset protection for land-based, seafaring, and airborne systems.
 
Schedule a meeting with us at EW Europe to learn more about our innovative solutions or send us an email with your inquiry today



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