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San-tron Inc., a manufacturer of RF and microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, has introduced its new line of SRX™ cable assemblies for low PIM requirements. The SRX line is an engineered suite of low PIM cable assemblies designed to support system integrators. Several different deployment scenarios encompassing cabinet integration, short cable runs or jumper applications, long haul cable runs, indoor use, outdoor use, riser, and plenum environments, have been accommodated for and include interconnect options for SMA, N, 7/16, and TNC mating.
Amphenol® RF, the premier global RF solutions provider, has released a new line of rugged ronnectors (ARC) for the industrial, military, wireless, public safety, transportation and other outdoor and harsh environment applications.
A jump in cable and satellite set-top box shipments in Asia-Pacific markets is being driven by cable digitization in India and China, as well as China’s rollout of digital satellite boxes to its rural households. “Digital transitions are bringing consumers access to hundreds of international channels and a few HD services for the first time.
CRFS introduced its new 18 GHz Block Down Converter. The new unit is designed and built to the same exacting standards and connects with the RFeye to provide seamless monitoring of the RF environment from 10 MHz to 18 GHz.
M/A-COM Technology Solutions (M/A-COM Tech), a leading supplier of high performance analog semiconductor solutions, is showcasing a broad portfolio of new products for cable TV and broadband applications at the ANGA Cable tradeshow in Cologne, Germany. Product solutions on display in M/A-COM Tech’s Booth #E51 on level 10.2 include:
At the 60th anniversary of IEEE IMS-MTT, MegaPhase will showcase its industry leading T&M and Systems product line.
San-tron Inc. has written a white paper on passive intermodulation (PIM), its effects on modern communications systems, and how it can be minimized in high-frequency cables, connectors, and cable assemblies.
Anritsu Co. announced its MP1800A BER Tester was part of a live demonstration of 25-28 Gb/s CDR retimers designed to support emerging 100 Gb/s networking applications that was conducted by Gennum Corp., a supplier of high-speed optical, analog and mixed signal semiconductor solutions.