Teledyne Microelectronic Technologies Celebrates Half a Century of Innovation

March 11, 2014
LOS ANGELES, California and LEWISBURG, Tennessee March 11, 2014 - Teledyne Microelectronic Technologies (TMT), the industry leader in microelectronics packaging, is celebrating its 50th anniversary....

News Article: Teledyne Expands Operations in L’burg

June 26, 2013
Teledyne Electronic Manufacturing Services, a pillar of Lewisburg's business community for decades, has once again invested time, money, and a stake in the city's future by expanding. The company held the ribbon cutting for its Microelectronics Division last week, and opened the door to showcasing Marshall County as a major player in the high-tech arena....

Teledyne Microelectronics Production Move to Lewisburg, TN

January 03, 2013
LOS ANGELES, California - January 3, 2013 - Teledyne Microelectronic Technologies (TMT) is pleased to announce the move of its microelectronics production lines from Los Angeles, California to Lewisburg, Tennessee. We will share this 170,000+ square foot, Classified facility with our affiliate, Teledyne Electronic Manufacturing Services....

Teledyne Microelectronic Technologies Lands on Mars!

August 06, 2012
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - August 6, 2012 - Teledyne Microelectronic Technologies, a Teledyne Technologies Incorporated company, is pleased to offer its most sincere congratulations to NASA and JPL on the successful deployment of the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) rover "Curiosity" in Gale Crater on Mars....

News Article: Miniature Radiation Meter

August 03, 2011
A wee sensor flight-tested onboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter offers a light, low-power option for measuring radiation from cosmic rays and other sources that can damage both astronauts' health and space-based hardware, a new study suggests. The device is barely larger than a dime, weighs less than a paperclip, and requires only 3 bits per second to transfer the data it collects. Yet its radiation measurements fall within a few percent of those made by a much larger instrument installed on the same probe that is 300 times as heavy and consumes 25 times more power, a team led by researchers at The Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo, California, reported 14 July in Space Weather. Spacecraft designers could incorporate the sensor into probes where size, power, and bandwidth are at a premium, the researchers say....

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