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Articles Tagged with ''coaxial''

San-tron announces McLane Associates and Amplitude Technical Sales as new reps

San-tron Inc. (www.santron.com), a leading manufacturer of RF and microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, has announced the hiring of two new sales representatives, McLane Associates and Amplitude Technical Sales. McLane Associates will handle sales in Upstate New York for San-tron while Amplitude Technical Sales will cover the Eastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey territories.


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Gore introduces new 2.92 mm right-angle connector for spaceflight applications

The low-profile right-angle connector (ZQA) from W. L. Gore & Associates Inc. features a non-bifurcated swept contact design for use with low-loss microwave coaxial cable qualified for 32 GHz spaceflight applications.


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Narda announces the expansion of its phase shifter product line

Narda Microwave-East, an L-3 Communications company, announced the expansion of its Phase Shifter product line. Responding to customer requests, the expanded line features new models in five distinct categories.


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San-tron announces McBride Scientific Sales as new rep

San-tron Inc., a leading manufacturer of RF and microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, has announced the hiring of a new sales representative, McBride Scientific Sales, to handle customer relationships in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.


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TNC (F) TO TNC (M) right angle adapter

Mesa Microwave introduces a new TNC (F) TO TNC(M) Right Angle Adapter.


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What's old is new again with reduced military spending

With the Federal Budget under review, major defense contractors across the country await Pentagon decisions that will affect more than a dozen new major weapon systems. A variety of innovative programs are potentially on the chopping blocking including the MEADS anti-missile system, the Navy’s missile-cruiser modernization and the C-27 Joint Cargo Aircraft.


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San-tron announces Compomill, Southeast Atlantic Sales and TX Sales as new reps

San-tron Inc., a leading manufacturer of RF and microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, has announced the hiring of three new sales representatives, Compomill Nordic Components, Southeast Atlantic Sales, and TX Sales to handle customer relationships.


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San-tron brochure details latest low-PIM cable assemblies and adapters

San-tron Inc., a leading manufacturer of RF and microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, has announced the release of its new SRX™ low-PIM cable assemblies and coaxial adapters product line brochure.


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Coaxicom introduces online RF connector research tool

As a leader in the RF connector industry for more than 20 years, Coaxial Components Corp. has developed a foremost research tool for cross referencing the company’s extensive database of RF components.  The database encompasses product lines from more than a dozen manufacturers and dates back to the early 1970s.  Now, Coaxicom has incorporated the comprehensive cross-referencing tool into the company’s new website, launched earlier this year.


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San-tron "Rocks Seattle" – displays several coaxial innovations at IMS 2013

San-tron Inc., (www.santron.com), a leading manufacturer of RF and microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, is pleased to announce that they’ll be displaying a variety of innovative RF/Microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies in booth #520 at the 2013 International Microwave Symposium June 4-6th at the Seattle Convention Center. With a rockin’ theme, including a giveaway of one of the hottest tech toys―a Jawbone Jambox portable bluetooth hi-fi system―San-tron will be reviewing some of their most revolutionary coaxial designs.


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