EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp. (“Tel”, “Tel-Instrument” or the “Company”) (OTC: TIKK), a leading designer and manufacturer of avionics test and measurement solutions, today reported a Mode 5 test set order of $535k from the U.S. military which brings bookings to date for the second quarter to $4.6 million and orders for the last 12 months to $19.4 million.
Mr. Jeffrey O’Hara, President and CEO of Tel, stated, “bookings have improved substantially over the last year reflecting a combination of strong U.S. DoD orders as well as growing international demand for our Mode 5 test sets. In the current quarter, we have secured large Mode 5 test set orders from both Canada and Germany. We anticipate continued strong international demand for Mode 5 test sets as we approach the July 1, 2020 deadline for the decertification of Mode 4 IFF. We are currently working on other significant international opportunities which we hope to secure later this fiscal year. We continue to do a solid job in capturing the lion’s share of large Mode 5 test set market which should result in improved revenues and profitability going forward.”
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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