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RF Connectors Designed and Manufactured in UK on Show
Intelliconnect (Europe) Ltd., the only UK manufacturer of 50 Ω coaxial and triaxial RF connectors, will be at the European Microwave Week in October, supporting its UK technical representative UKRF. Intelliconnect products will be found in stand number 618 at the Manchester, UK, show.
"Intelliconnect, with their unique approach to the connectivity market, have enabled UKRF to offer timely and cost effective solutions to our customer’s connectivity problems," said UKRF Managing Director Peter Frost. "Their success is clear proof that there are still opportunities for the emergence of UK manufacturers to cover niche markets that the global manufacturers are not able to service effectively.”
Offering a very wide range of standard connectors, including N, C, TNC, 7/16, SMA, SMB, MCX, Triax, 3.5 mm, 2.92 mm, 2.4 mm, 1.85 mm millimetre-wave (“mmwave” products) and Quadrax types, Intelliconnect can also provide waterproof versions, to IP68 when connectors are unmated, of many products if required.
"Intelliconnect have built an enviable reputation for exceptional customer service, very attractive lead times and competitive pricing for waterproof and standard RF connectors," said Roy Philips, Managing Director of Intelliconnect. "We believe we offer our OEM customers unbeatable value and service with our UK and US manufactured products. At this year’s European Microwave Week, we are happy to support our Guildford-based technical representative UKRF.”
Typical applications for Intelliconnect RF connectors include medical, telecoms, satcoms, military, aerospace, space, general microwave communications, rail traction, oil and gas and marine. Intelliconnect also manufactures the market-leading Pisces range of waterproof RF connectors and coaxial adaptors to facilitate inter-series connection and gender change.
In the event that customers are unable to find a suitable standard connectors for their applications, Intelliconnect provides custom-designed solutions with low NRE and very short lead-times, typically seven weeks from design acceptance.