Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp. (“Tel”, or the “Company”) (OTCQB: TIKK), a leading designer and manufacturer of avionics test and measurement solutions, today reported receipt of a $1.6 million test set order for the South Korean military.
Mr. Jeffrey O’Hara, Tel-Instrument’s President and CEO commented, “We are pleased to receive the T-47/M5 test set order for the South Korean military. The T-47/M5 is the test set of choice for most of our international customers as it provides full test functionality using the KIV-78, KIV-77 and SIT-2010 Mode 5 crypto appliques. This order is expected to be shipped in the fourth quarter of the 2021 fiscal year ending March 31, 2021. The Company is also actively working on other domestic and international opportunities for Mode 5 and other testing solutions which could generate revenues starting as early as this fiscal year.”
About Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp.
Tel-Instrument is a leading designer and manufacturer of avionics test and measurement solutions for the global commercial air transport, general aviation, and government/military aerospace and defense markets. Tel-Instrument provides instruments to test, measure, calibrate, and repair a wide range of airborne navigation and communication equipment. For further information please visit our website at www.telinstrument.com.
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