358 Hall Ave.,,
Wallingford Center, Connecticut 06492
Times Microwave Systems was founded in 1948 as the Times Wire and Cable Company. TMS pioneered closed cell low loss polyethylene foam dielectrics and low loss taped PTFE dielectric coaxial cables. Those developments established today's high performance coaxial cable industry. Expansion of its RF and microwave connector design and manufacturing expertise then allowed TMS to take full responsibility for end-to-end performance of complete cable assemblies.
Times Microwave Systems was acquired by Amphenol on September 01, 2009.
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