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San-tron Inc., a leading manufacturer of RF and microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, has made design and manufacturing enhancements to its series of high-performance/low-PIM cable assemblies that improve both stability and repeatability.
SV Microwave has just released a new catalog for its millimeter wave connector series. This expanding product line is designed and manufactured in the U.S. to deliver the precision needed for the millimeter wave spectrum through 67 GHz.
Micro-Coax announced that it has been recognized by Lockheed Martin’s Aeronautics Division for providing 100 percent on-time delivery with zero quality defects.
Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions, a business of Emerson and a global leader in protecting and optimizing critical infrastructure, announces the Semflex Quick Turn Cable Assembly program.
One of the leading suppliers of high-frequency rotary joints, castings, and waveguide components for satellite-communications (satcom) systems, Microwave Development Labs (www.mdllab.com), will be joining a host of exhibitors at one of the largest major events for satcom system developers, the Satellite 2013 Conference & Exhibition.
Florida RF Labs has expanded its line of high-performance VNA test cables.
EAM's low loss cable assemblies provide the highest level of electrical performance for applications requiring extremely low attenuation over a broad frequency range. By combining silver-plated copper center conductor, expanded PTFE tape dielectric, aluminum polyester or polymide tape, silver-plated copper outer braid, and FEP jacket, these low loss cable assemblies achieve outstanding electrical characteristics to 18 GHz.
As of 28 December, HUBER+SUHNER acquired the assets of Astrolab Inc. based in Warren, New Jersey at a non-disclosed price. The deal will be financed from own resources. With its patented minibend® and microbend® cable assemblies, Astrolab is mainly active in high tech niche markets like space & defence and offers high end radio frequency solutions for industrial markets. This year Astrolab recorded net sales of around USD $20 million and a profit margin well above industry average.
Quality is making a comeback as world markets recognize the superiority of US-manufactured RF connectors and cable assemblies. Nowhere is this more evident than at Coaxicom, a Florida-based manufacturer and supplier of high-quality RF microwave products, who continues to gain market share in its 28th year of business. Following an industry epidemic of counterfeit products being shipped from overseas sources, engineers have expanded their focus from pure price consideration to assuring delivery from reputable resources.
Maury Microwave announces the expansion of its Stability™ family of amplitude- and phase-stable cable assemblies to include Low-Profile (-LP) and Thermal Vacuum (-TVAC) models.
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