PRODUCTS BY TECHNOLOGY
Systems by your scope of research
TDT’s System 3 product family has expanded steadily with over 30 years of innovation.
Complete line of modular DSP-based data acquisition and stimulus generation systems.
At TDT, delivering specialized powerful processors and instrumentation for basic and applied research — a branch of physiology and neuroscience concerned with the study of the functioning of the nervous system (Neurophysiology), hearing and speech sciences, and general data acquisition applications—means taking it from concept to production. We believe in integrated vertical solutions, designed for the task at hand, from the beginning, yield the best solutions.
In keeping with our commitment to innovative product development, TDT has built a Research and Development Department with a full-time staff of scientists and engineers, focused exclusively on inventing new devices and methods for bioscience research.
Each phase—from development, testing, board layout, component assembly and systems integration—is performed by highly trained and dedicated TDT team members. TDT professionals are a dedicated group of scientists, engineers, technical support specialists, manufacturing technicians and customer service staff with one job in mind: to ensure that you get the help you need.
Our imaginative team of R&D engineers identify target products, design and fabricate prototypes, and are focused on improving and expanding current hardware and software products. They play a critical role in ensuring you get a high quality product that is both user-friendly and cost-effective for your research laboratory.
Technical Support Engineers and Application Specialists have advanced degrees in Biomedical Engineering from topflight schools and many have research experience in neuroscience and physiology.
In-house knowledgeable product & service support means that the people who work with you not only have an intimate knowledge of our equipment, but many have research experience in neuroscience, so we understand your needs and your research.
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