As one of the UK's leading design and manufacturers of standard and bespoke microwave component technology, it will launch three white papers covering detector log video amplifiers (DLVAs), liquid crystal polymer (LCP) multi chip modules (MCM-L) and pin diode switches. In addition, its latest products will be introduced including high power switches, passive components and microwave amplifiers, as well as MMIC packaging samples available for review, all highlighting the company's broad range of capabilities.
Aiming to capitalise on the benefits of this year's show, Robert Lowther, sales and marketing director at Labtech Microwave said: "We place a high value on the show's benefits. It provides a good forum to network with both our US-based and global representatives, and to meet existing and potential new customers. In recent times the show has been held on the USA's west coast. Relocating to eastern cities such as Atlanta this year and Boston in 2009 will make MTT-S easier to travel to and thus more attractive for European businesses. Senior executives attend this premier microwave show, thus providing us with ideal opportunities to discuss Labtech's solutions with key decision makers."
Labtech Microwave will be on stand no: 634 at MTT-S/IMS in Atlanta (June 15 - 20). More information about the show is available online at: http://www.ims2008.org
About Labtech Microwave
Established in 1984, Labtech Microwave provides a total microwave solution with specialist capabilities in design, manufacture, assembly and testing. Highly engineered microwave components and build-to-print microwave manufacturing services are offered to the defence, telecommunications and satellite communication sectors. Located at two dedicated manufacturing centres in the UK, their site at Milton Keynes specialises in microwave component manufacture including MIC (microwave integrated circuits) assembly whilst the operation in Presteigne is dedicated to microwave printed circuit board manufacture.
Labtech Microwave is part of Intelek plc (AIM: ITK), whose activities include the design and manufacture of electronic systems and components for the satellite, wireless communications and defence sectors as well as aerospace engineering.