Triad RF Systems is currently in the process of acquiring our AS9100 certification with a final audit date of November 2019, which illustrates not only our commitment to high quality RF and microwave manufacturing, it also certifies our design and development process as state-of-the art. But we view our commitment to quality as a lifetime commitment. Testimony to which, we’ve built and documented our own development process with an objective to meet 100% of the product performance goals we set out to achieve. Design risk is managed through a stringent review process which capitalizes on our decades of experience in the design of high complexity RF amplifiers and radio systems. If you would like to receive a copy of our certification once received, please email email@example.com to be placed on a mailing list.
Triad’s first-article inspection and design validation test procedures puts all new designs through a stringent battery of tests, which ensure that they will pass the most demanding requirements of MIL-STD-810. These include:
In addition, most of Triad’s product line has been designed, by default, to an ingress protection (IP) rating of IP66 (Dust Tight, Powerful Water Jet Exposure). Our outdoor-rated products, such as the THPR high power radio series, is designed to comply with the IP68 standard (Dust and water tight to survive 1m+ immersion)
For programs that require them, Triad’s bi-directional RF amplifiers (BDAs), rack mount products, and high power radio systems are designed to comply with electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements commonly used in military products, including the following test methods:
(Screening reports for select products can be furnished upon request.)
This exhaustive testing is performed to ensure maximum reliability during deployment and use in manpack radio, land vehicles ships with RF radio systems, and in manned and unmanned fixed and rotary wing aircraft radio applications. This all allows us to prepare MTBF reports and analyses for inclusion into your high-level system reliability reports whenever needed.