MDL WILL FEATURE HIGH-PERFORMANCE WAVEGUIDE PRODUCTS, ROTARY JOINTS & SWITCHES AT INAUGURAL EDI CON USA SHOW IN BOSTON

September 14, 2016 – Microwave Development Laboratories (MDL) will be exhibiting at EDI CON USA (September 20-22) at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston (Booth # 329) and will also be making a technical presentation as part of the conference sessions.

Long recognized for its expertise in developing and supplying high-performance waveguide products, MDL will be exhibiting its waveguide and coaxial rotary joints and rotary switches at EDI CON 2016. MDL custom designs rotary joints and switches in different models that meet or exceed specified electrical and mechanical requirements. Rotary joints based on rigid waveguide provide high-performance and dependable connections in many commercial and military RF/microwave systems.

On Wednesday, September 21st at 3:00 (Room 209) MDL will speak on the subject of “Additive Manufacturing Techniques for the Production of RF Components.” This presentation, to be given by MDL’s Tom WcWalters, will showcase different additive manufacturing (AM) techniques used for the production of passive RF components, specifically waveguide components.

Tom will discuss Multi-Jet and Laser Beam Melting approaches and present examples of MDL products manufactured using AM technology. These AM techniques can save customers production cost and increase deliverability while maintaining good accuracy and reproducibility of RF components.

 

About MDL

Founded in 1948, MDL is the largest independent producer of waveguide and waveguide assemblies in the microwave industry. MDL’s products are used extensively in defense applications and in satellite and mobile TV communications. http://www.mdllab.com

 

Microwave Development Labs, Inc.

135 Crescent Road, Needham Heights, MA 02494

 

Contact via:

Telephone: (781) 292-6684

FAX: (781) 453-8629

E-mail: mdlsales@mdllab.com

Web: www.mdllab.com

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