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Times Microwave Systems  Profile

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Times Microwave Systems  Company Overview

Times Microwave Systems (TMS), a Smiths Group Plc company, and a division of Smiths Interconnect was founded in 1948 as the Times Wire and Cable Company. TMS is an engineering oriented organization specializing in the design and manufacture of high performance flexible and semi-rigid coaxial cable, connectors, and cable assemblies for RF transmission from HF through Microwave frequencies. TMS range of capabilities is summarized below and detailed in TMS Capabilities.

Times Microwave Systems  Products

The types of products manufactured by Times Microwave Systems include Cable & Assembly Products.

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