U.S. company Mohr was awarded the contract from the Naval Inventory Control Point to support the General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment program. Under the $7.42 million contract, Mohr will deliver its CT100 time-domain reflectometer and CT Viewer software to the Navy.
Officials say the CT100 TDR technology was selected to replace the discontinued Tektronix-made 1502C high-resolution TDR.
"The CT100 combines exceptional TDR performance and rugged portability, making it an ideal replacement for the 1502C TDR," Charles Mohr, principal engineer at Mohr, said in a statement.
"This is a very useful tool for maintenance of modern microwave/radio frequency and digital cable systems. We are pleased by this award and look forward to helping support Navy fleet operations worldwide."
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