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Articles Tagged with ''assembly''

Delta Electronics Mfg. Corp. celebrates 60 years in business

Delta Electronics Mfg. Corp., announced it is celebrating its 60th anniversary as a strong, valued corporation. Delta has developed into an innovative RF/microwave and millimeter wave interconnect company, providing high-quality interconnect solutions, including precision microwave components, cable assembly and value add products/services to the commercial, military and aerospace industries.


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Remtec develops new, cost-effective gold tin plating technique

Remtec Inc., the leading manufacturer of substrates and packages using plated copper on thick film (PCTF) metallization, has adapted its gold-tin plating technology on metallized ceramics to include a newly developed technique of selectively applying AuSn deposits for interconnecting RF and microwave electronic components, lead frames and other miniature parts on high frequency PC boards.


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High Speed Interconnects' multi-conductor assemblies minimize impedance mismatches

High Speed Interconnects, a custom high performance cable assembly manufacturer, is introducing its MICTOR™ Multi-Conductor Cable Assemblies. These cables are precisely impedance-matched to 50-Ohm impedance (100 Ohms in differential pairs) to achieve high performance and proven reliability in lengths and configurations that ideally match a customer’s requirements.


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Low Capacitance PIN Diodes

SemiGen_PINdiodes_PR2SemiGen Inc., an ISO and ITAR registered RF/Microwave assembly, automated PCB manufacturing, and RF Supply Center, offers PIN diodes that feature low capacitance and resistance, high reliability, and easy bonding with F.A.C. mesas. These devices are typically manufactured with either a robust thermal-oxide passivation or ceramic glass for durable high-power applications. These diodes are made with a grown junction P++ layer that yields abrupt junction structures.


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