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Gowanda, New York (USA) – Gowanda Electronics, a designer and manufacturer of high performance electronic components for demanding applications, announces it has signed a distribution agreement with TTI, Inc. (Fort Worth, Texas), a leading specialty distributor of electronic components. TTI is now an authorized North American distributor of Gowanda’s inductors and chokes designed for RF, microwave and power applications. Market sectors utilizing these components include: military, aerospace, avionics, communication, medical, transportation (rail safety) and industrial (harsh environments).

 “We are excited about our partnership with TTI and look forward to leveraging their expertise in the distribution of electronic components with our expertise in the design and manufacture of high performance inductors, to address the needs of the global electronic design community,” said Donald McElheny, President of Gowanda. “The depth and breadth of TTI’s distribution network will assure that Gowanda’s high performance inductors are readily-available to electronic engineers designing next-generation products for industrial, military and medical applications around the world,” added McElheny.

TTI is now stocking numerous inductor series for immediate shipment. To learn more, visit: https://www.ttiinc.com/content/ttiinc/en/manufacturers/f-i/gowanda.html  

In addition to standard products, Gowanda Electronics utilizes it custom product capabilities to design solutions that meet the specific requirements of an application. TTI will be involved in developing such custom product opportunities through its extensive network of Original Equipment Manufacturer contacts.

For more information about Gowanda please contact Denis Kohlhagen, VP of Sales at Gowanda, at +1-716-532-2234 or email sales@gowanda.com. For more information about TTI please visit www.ttiinc.com

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