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Coaxicom releases 3993-2 phase adjustable connector

Coaxicom’s innovative phase adjustable connector is now offered with a direct solder solution for RG402, .141 semi-rigid and ultra-flex cables. The new design was released in response to industry requests in the competitive RF connector field.  As a US manufacturer, Coaxicom provides customers with the flexibility of design modification to meet specific field applications with a quick delivery solution.


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Coaxial Components Corp. named 2013 Exporter of the Year

The Business Development Board of Martin County announced the selection of Coaxial Components Corp. as the 2013 Global Exporter of the Year at a recognition luncheon held on Friday, September 20th, 2013. The award recognizes the company’s growth in the international marketplace, with emphasis on its expansion into the South American marketplace.


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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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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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Coaxicom increases manufacturing capability to further gain share in sub-/micro-miniature connector market

Following the acquisition of AEP (Applied Engineering Products) by the French company Radiall, inventories and availability of subminiature and microminiature connectors have been limited across the industry. Coaxicom has recently expanded its manufacturing resources to fill that void in the marketplace.


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