Company Overview of Telephonics Corporation
Telephonics Corporation develops integrated sensor and communication systems for aerospace, defense, and commercial markets worldwide. It engages in the fields of air, land, and sea surveillance and imaging radars; audio products; identification friend or foe and surveillance systems; mixed signal integrated circuits; and networked solutions. The company offers radar systems, including IFF surveillance, search and rescue/weather, microwave landing and guidance, and air traffic control and air defense systems; and communications and integrated systems, which comprise commercial and military intercommunications and audio distribution systems, wireless communication products, and vehicle interc...
815 Broad Hollow Road
Farmingdale, NY 11735
Founded in 1933
Key Executives for Telephonics Corporation
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Director of Field Engineering - West Coast Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Telephonics Corporation Key Developments
Telephonics Corporation Receives Contract from LATAM Airlines Group for the TruLink Wireless Intercommunications System
May 13 15
Telephonics Corporation has a received a contract from LATAM Airlines Group for the TruLink wireless intercommunications system to be used by pre-flight check crews at the Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport in Santiago, Chile. This initial contract, for approximately 50 systems, marks the first time that TruLink will be used by commercial airline flight crews in South America. TruLink will enable LATAM crews to increase efficiency and safety during pre-flight check operations in South America.
TruLink's built-in, ambient noise-reduction technology prevents the need for long cords, hand signals or wands, enabling LATAM Airlines Group's crews to effectively communicate in high-noise environments, increasing the accuracy of team communications as well as safety. The system's full-duplex, VOX-activated and waterproof features enhance the mobility of ground crews during aircraft inspection in all types of inclement weather, and increases their operational range to 2,500 ft. (800 m). In addition, TruLink's 100 channels operate within the 2.4 GHz license-free band and with spread-spectrum, frequency-hopping protocol; the system does not interfere or impact LATAM Airlines Group's frequency management.
Telephonics Corporation Wins $21.1 Million Contract
Apr 21 15
Telephonics Corp. announced that it has won a $21.1 million contract to deliver devices to the Navy that help forces determine which aircraft are friendly and which are hostile, the Department of Defense announced. The contract calls for Farmingdale-based The company to deliver up to 46 identification friend-or-foe interrogators and mounting trays to the Navy. The contract also calls for delivering up to 12 mounting trays for the Australian government and up to 200 hours of engineering and technical support. The work for the Navy accounts for $16.3 million of the contract, while the segment for Australia accounts for $4.8 million. The work will be performed in Farmingdale and is expected to be completed in March 2019. The company, with about 1,000 employees on Long Island, is a unit of Manhattan-based Griffon Corp.
Telephonics Wins $4.13 Million Federal Contract
Apr 18 15
Telephonics won a $4,127,568 federal contract from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command, Philadelphia, for a long term contract for control communication boxes.
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