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Articles Tagged with ''cables''

Low noise cables now available from Times Microwave Systems

June 14, 2012

Times Microwave Systems has introduced its T-LNC™ low noise cables for use in vibration monitoring and wear detection applications. T-LNC-300-50-PUR is as 50 Ohm low noise cable employing a ruggedized polyurethane outer jacket and T-LNC-240-75-PVC is a 75 Ohm version featuring a flexible non-contaminating polyvinyl chloride outer jacket.


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IEEE IMS-MTT 2012 MegaPhase preview

June 4, 2012

At the 60th anniversary of IEEE IMS-MTT, MegaPhase will showcase its industry leading T&M and Systems product line.


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ARROW Technologies India to distribute L-com products

April 23, 2012

L-com, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, has signed a formal distribution agreement with ARROW Technologies of Bangalore, India, which ensures distribution rights for L-com's connectivity products in one of the world's fastest growing economies.


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White paper details PIM reduction in cables and connectors

April 5, 2012

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.


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Electronica LAMA of Dominican Republic partners with L-com

January 31, 2012
L-com Inc., a designer and manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, has entered into a distribution agreement with Electronica LAMA, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
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MegaPhase extends warranty for RF cable assemblies

January 30, 2012
MegaPhase is pleased to announce a new warranty period of one year for all high-performance products, including its GrooveTube® cable assemblies.
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L-com debuts shorter length USB cables

January 11, 2012

L-com Inc. announced it has expanded its extensive USB cable line to include new shorter length cables. The shorter cables offer customers the ability to make more precise cable length purchases to suit various applications.


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