|■RF CONTROL SYSTEM FOR PARTICLE ACCELERATORS|
In particle accelerators, it is necessary to control the amplitude and phase of the high frequency signal supplied to the exciting resonator in order to accelerate the ion beams efficiently and in a stable way at a high precision rate. THAMWAY's products have shown good results in this area.
|■NMR SPECTROMETER / PROTⅡ Series|
Recently, NMR spectrometer technology has been not only used for analyses of materials in the fields of physics and chemistry, but also applied to NMR imaging in medical and life sciences.
THAMWAY has designed and provided each component of NMR systems (including transmission system modulators and power amplifiers,receivers and pulse generators) for a number of universities and research institutes designed to their own specifications.
Other NMR products can be found on the NMR EQUIPMENT page (link to the left)
THAMWAY's high frequency wave technology is utilized in imaging devices by transmitting and receiving ultrasonic waves. It can provide arbitrary ultrasonic waves, such as impulses or burst signas,l to the transducer, receive the signal from the transducer, amplify and detect waves, and even process the AD convertion.
The range of development and manufacturing at THAMWAY is depends upon the transmitting and receiving portions of the input/output contact transducers, their controls, and image processing. This device can meet extensive needs ranging form reserch and development purposes to broadband OEM in the order of kHz to MHz.
Our telecommunications systems, whether voice-based or data-based, analog or digital, can be divided by the form of transmission and reception: one-one-one communication, represented by telephones; single broadcasting to multiple receivers; or remote location communication. It can further be refined, according to client request, into single-channel/multi-channnel transmission types, or into wireless or hardline systems.
At THAMWAY, we take all aspects of our clients' telecommunication needs into considerration at all stages of planning, design, and manufacturing.