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dB Control Exhibits Advanced TWT Amplifiers and Microwave Power Modules for Mission-Critical Military Applications at Dixie Crow Symposium

Defense Electronics Manufacturer Joins Contractors, Military Personnel at Warner Robins Museum of Aviation to Celebrate ISR, EW Innovation

FREMONT, Calif., March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- dB Control, a defense electronics manufacturer, will exhibit advanced TWT Amplifiers and Microwave Power Modules (MPMs) in Booth #5 at the 39th Annual Dixie Crow  Technical Symposium and Conference, March 23-27 at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, Georgia. Produced by the Dixie Crow Chapter of the Association of Old Crows (AOC), this annual event will focus on 21st century mission success through intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance (ISR) and legacy electronic warfare (EW) integration. During the show, defense contractors and military personnel can learn how dB Control's products meet stringent specifications for military ground-based, shipborne and high-altitude airborne manned and unmanned aircraft. The following dB Control products will be on display:

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Microwave Power Modules (MPMs)

  • dB-3758 – 1000 Watts Pulsed, 9 to 10 GHz
    • Applications: Multi-mode and synthetic aperture radars, manned and unmanned platforms
  • dB-4118 – 75/100 Watts CW, 6 to 18 GHz
    • Applications: ECM, EW simulation, radars, multi-band communication systems, EMI/EMC tests
  • dB-4127 – 200 Watts Pulsed/CW, 6 to 18 GHz
    • Applications: ECM, EW simulation, multi-band communication systems, ground mobile and airborne platforms

Traveling Wave Tube Amplifiers (TWTAs)

  • dB-3304B - 200 Watts CW, 7 to 18 GHz
    • Applications: Airborne platforms

DC to DC Converter

  • dB-2348 – +1500 VDC to +10 VDC, 43 AMPS
    • Applications: Airborne decoy

"The entire team is always eager to attend Dixie Crow because the show brings so much value to the industry. As a manufacturer, it's exciting to see and hear from users, developers and maintainers of EW systems because it motivates us to keep raising the bar without sacrificing reliability or performance," said Vice President of Business Development Steve Walley.

In 2013, dB Control was recognized for its innovation and contributions to the EW industry in the book, AOC Legacy: The First 50 Years. The AOC has also honored dB Control employees with the Business Management Award, induction into the Electronic Warfare Hall of Fame and more. Additional product information is available by emailing Steve Walley.

About dB Control

Established in 1990, dB Control Corp., a subsidiary of the Electronic Technologies Group (ETG) of HEICO Corp., supplies mission-critical, often sole-source, products worldwide to military organizations, as well as to major defense contractors and commercial manufacturers. The company designs and manufactures reliable high-power TWT Amplifiers (TWTAs), microwave power modules (MPMs), transmitters, and high-voltage power supplies with modulators for radar, electronic countermeasures (ECM), and data link applications. dB Control also offers specialized contract manufacturing, transformer winding and testing, full vacuum encapsulation, pressure cure, conformal coating and repair depot services from its modern 52,100-square-foot facilities in Fremont, California.

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