Schleuniger Inc.'s SemiRigid 1050 is a highly specialized machine for stripping aluminum or copper jacketed semi-rigid coaxial cable. It can process cables with outer diameters ranging from 0.86 mm (.034”) to 4.5 mm (.177”). The machine can be programmed to perform the following operations:
Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, announced that its 7/8” CELLFLEX® foam dielectric coaxial cable has been used in Phase 1 of BAI Canada’s project to build a shared wireless Wi-Fi and cellular infrastructure thatwill enable wirelesscommunications services for Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) riderswithin underground subway stations. The first two stations to launch on the BAI wireless platformwill be Bloor & Yonge and St. George. BAI Canada plans to bring wireless service to 65 underground stations total by 2017.
Spacek Labs model FSP94-2 is a narrow (2 percent bandwidth) bandpass filter from its new line of FSP Series waveguide filters. Designed in WR-10 waveguide, the FSP94-2 has a passband of 2 GHz centered at 94 GHz. The lower and upper 20 dB reject points are 92 and 96 GHz respectively.
Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, announced ICA LITE, a ½” aluminum plenum-rated wideband coaxial cable designed to deliver outstanding electrical performance and support all wireless in-building applications. A cost-effective alternative to copper cabling, it maintains compatibility with existing connectors, tools and hanging hardware for easy and convenient installation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.