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Wireless Telecom Group has signed a service agreement with Electroservices (Midlands) Ltd., Telford, UK, to become a fully authorized Wireless Telecom Service center for the EMEA region. Electroservices is well established and has been in business for nearly 30 years providing calibrations and repairs for RF and MW test and measurement equipment. With a staff of more than 60, 35 of which are highly experienced engineers, Electroservices is well equipped to guarantee the highest service standards for WTG customers. The company is certified ISO9001:2008 and accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2005.
“Electroservices will provide world-class customer service and quality on a local level to our EMEA customers. We are very pleased to partner with such a strong team of service-oriented professionals,” said Wolfgang Damm, director of product management with WTG. ”We share the same service philosophy: offering – without compromise – the highest level of quality and outstanding customer service at low prices. This, combined with quick turn-around times, will minimize customers’ downtime and maximize product performance for their electronic noise metering and testing equipment.”
Boonton brand products include power meters for RF, digital, analog and microwave systems, RF power sensors, audio spectrum analyzers and passive intermodulation equipment. The Noisecom brand of products includes broadband noise generators, millimeter-wave radar, phase noise and equipment for jitter measurement.
Simon Plant, MD at Electroservices, said, “Boonton and Noisecom are global industry leaders in power measurement and noise generation solutions. We are pleased to be providing service and calibration support to the European customers of Wireless Telecom Group’s Boonton and Noisecom businesses. We share the same dedication to technical excellence and world-class support.”
WTG/Electroservices Service Centers will be servicing equipment for European customers immediately providing them with unsurpassed service and support.
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