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Lab-Flex® AF Cables

June 14, 2013

PR - Lab Flex-AFLab-Flex® AF, a modified version of the popular Lab-Flex® series is now available from Florida RF Labs. This new family of cables has been enhanced to perform in typical harsh environments associated with airborne, shipboard and ground-based applications.


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Lab-Flex® 100 & 125

November 15, 2012

50GHzRFcablesFlorida RF Labs has expanded its popular Lab-Flex® family of cable assemblies to include 2 new 50 GHz designs, Lab-Flex® 100 & 125. These RF cables contain all of the mechanical and electrical characteristics that have become the standard of excellence for our high performance cable assembly products.


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RFMW and EMC Technology/Florida RF Labs announce EMEA distribution agreement

October 3, 2012

RFMW Ltd. and EMC Technology/Florida RF Labs, a Smiths Interconnect business, announced a distribution agreement effective June 13, 2012 adding Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) to franchised RFMW territories. EMC Technology/Florida RF Labs is an internationally recognized leader in the development and manufacture of high quality thin film microwave resistive products, high reliability RF and microwave coaxial cable assemblies and high performance couplers for military, space and commercial applications.


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Conductor Cables Lab-Flex® S

September 21, 2012

Lab-Flex-SFlorida RF Labs has expanded its line of stranded center conductor cables Lab-Flex® S, a modified version of the Lab-Flex® high performance flexible cable assemblies.  Lab-Flex®  S cables offer higher flexure rates and durability than solid center conductor designs. They are especially well-suited for test set-ups in addition to radar and antenna systems applications requiring flexible coaxial interconnects that are subjected to constant motion. 


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0805-Styled Hybrid Couplers: HVx3F Series

September 11, 2012

3503Florida RF Labs has expanded the HybriX® coupler product line with the introduction of new 0805-styled hybrid couplers.  Built with advanced low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC), the HVx3F series outperform existing miniature couplers in operating temperature range and power handling.


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Coaxial Attenuator: 42WXX.XXF

March 20, 2012

Attenuator42WXX.XXFEMC Technology introduces a new higher frequency coaxial attenuator. The 42 W series of high performance, precision SMA coaxial fixed attenuators expands EMC Technology’s current offering of SMA coaxial products out to 18 GHz. This product is also REACH, RoHS and DFARS compliant.


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DouplerTM Integrated Hybrid Combiner

January 17, 2011

Doupler-tmHybridCombinerFlorida RF Labs has introduced a new and innovative solution for power combining and monitoring. The Doupler™ is a hybrid coupler and directional coupler integrated within a single SMT package. This novel approach brings together the benefits of reduced component count, lower insertion loss, and minimized PCB footprint.


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Termination 32M7200F

January 17, 2011

Term32M7200FFlorida RF Labs has introduced a high performance, flange mounted, 800 W termination. The 32M7200F offers outstanding performance and low VSWR and the convenience of bolt on installation. This termination has been optimized for performance in the DC-0.5 GHz frequency range.


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X-Band Hybrid Coupler: HPX2F

January 17, 2011

XbandHybridCoupFlorida RF Labs has expanded the HybriX® coupler product line with the introduction of a new X-band hybrid coupler, HPX2F. With operating frequency of 8 to 12 GHz, HPX2F is the world’s first multi-layered PTFE coupler designed for X-band applications including satellite, radar, point-to-point radio, and telemetry.


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Low-loss Cable Assemblies

January 17, 2011

LowLossCableLow-loss, stranded center conductor cables are specifically designed for applications where durability over repeated flexure is important. They are especially well-suited for test set-ups as well as radar and antenna systems that require flexible coaxial interconnects that are subjected to constant motion.


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