|Offering government buyers greater access to Boonton USB RF Power Sensors|
SAN BRUNO, CA, SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 — Technical Communities, Inc., the company that technical organizations rely on for proven contracting, marketing, and sales solutions, today announced a new government services partnership agreement with Boonton Electronics (Boonton), part of the U.S. publicly traded company Wireless Telecom Group (NYSE:WTT). The agreement authorizes Technical Communities to offer USB RF power sensors from Boonton under General Services Administration’s (GSA) Scientific Equipment and Services Schedule Contract GS-24F-0066M.
Boonton’s USB RF power sensors include the RTP5000 Real-Time Peak Power Sensors, the RTP4000 Real-Time True Average Power Sensors, and CPS2000 True Average Connected Power Sensors. The RTP5000 and RTP4000 series sensors incorporate Boonton’s unique Real-Time Power Processing™ technology enabling virtually zero measurement latency so users do not miss pulses or signal anomalies. The RTP5000 series covers a frequency range from 50 MHz to 6 GHz, 18 GHz, or 40 GHz and offer superior performance with 195 MHz video bandwidth, 3 ns rise times, and 100 ps time resolution. The RTP4000 series covers a frequency range from 4 kHz to 6 GHz and incorporate true-average measurement capability to enable accurate measurements with virtually no limitation to test signal bandwidths. The CPS2008 power sensors provide a cost-effective solution for making RF power measurements from 50 MHz to 8 GHz with a 60 dB dynamic range over USB or LAN (with PoE).
“Technical Communities is excited to offer the federal government an even broader array of USB RF power sensor products,” said Peter Ostrow, President and CEO of Technical Communities. “With Technical Communities’ expertise in the federal market, we are excited to help Boonton achieve greater reach into government purchasing organizations.”
“Boonton is pleased to be able to partner with Technical Communities to make it easier than ever for the federal government to utilize Boonton’s industry-leading power measurement technology,” said Walt Strickler, VP/GM of Boonton Electronics, a Wireless Telecom Group company.
About Technical Communities
Technical Communities, Inc. (TCI) is the holding company that operates two businesses that help technology companies market and sell. TCI’s leading reseller and distribution practice focuses on sales development and government contracting inside the Public Sector. TCI currently holds four General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules, multiple Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts and Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs). The company owns and operates online marketplaces and content sites such as TestMart, and TrainTestCert. TCI also operates full service advertising agency services including lead generation, brand awareness, and market research programs. The services are uniquely built from TCI’s 15+ years of B2B and B2G selling and marketing experience and its unique assets of transactional, proprietary database of 2+ million prospects.
About Boonton Electronics
Boonton Electronics (a Wireless Telecom Group company, also comprised of CommAgility, Microlab and Noisecom) is a leader in high performance RF and microwave test equipment for radar, avionics, electronic warfare, satellite and wireless communications, and EMI/EMC applications. Used across the semiconductor, military, aerospace, medical and communications industries for more than 70 years, Boonton products enable a wide range of RF power measurements and signal analysis for RF product design, production, maintenance and system integration. The Boonton product portfolio includes peak and average RF power meters, Real-Time USB power sensors, RF voltmeters, modulation analyzers, and audio analyzers.