dB Control Expands International Presence for Reliable TWT High-Power Amplifiers: Announcement of Strategic Partnership Agreement with Aidin Technologies, Bangalore, India
Fremont, Calif. – [Business Wire] – dB Control, an established manufacturer known for its reliable high-power products, has expanded its international manufacturing and service capabilities with the announcement of a strategic partnership with Aidin Technologies, Pvt. Ltd., Banglagore, India. A memorandum of understanding between the two companies allows Aidin Technologies to assemble and distribute private-labeled high-power Traveling Wave Tube (TWT) amplifiers and Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) transmitters using power modules provided by dB Control.
“dB Control has the proven technology to produce high-power products for military applications such as radar and ECM systems,” said Vinay Chandran, co-founder of Aidin Technologies. “Our customers want reliable TWT-based amplifiers and dB Control is a master of that technology.”
Aidin Technologies new 7,000-square-foot Bangalore manufacturing facility is located near many Indian government defense and space organizations and a large number of private technical companies. The facility includes high-voltage and environmental testing laboratories and a Class 10,000 clean room area for manufacturing and testing transformers, inductors and integrated assemblies.
The first dB Control-designed products being assembled and marketed by Aidin are designed for integration into an aircraft’s jamming systems. These new RAM- or ECS air-cooled high-efficiency TWT amplifiers have undergone extensive environmental testing to ensure optimal reliability and feature a modular architecture to facilitate field maintenance.
“Aidin Technologies knows the Indian market and has good relationships with its customers,” said dB Control CEO Joseph Hajduk. “In addition to assembling and private labeling our products, they will enable us to provide our international customers in India and Asia with a local source for repair and service.”