Connectronics Inc., designer and manufacturer of standard and custom RF connectors, adapters and microwave connectors, has announced it will showcase its RF connectors and adapters designed for quantum computing at the IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS), June 11-16, in San Diego, Calif. The Edinburgh, Indiana-based company invites IMS visitors to visit booth 515 to meet Connectronics’ team members.

Connectronics can modify its extensive product line of 6,000 RF connectors to feature nonmagnetic and cryogenic attributes critical to quantum computing applications. These high frequency, coaxial RF connectors are U.S.-manufactured with base material and plating finish combinations that minimize magnetic signature. Connectronics delivers connectivity solutions, ensuring minimal interference with quantum computing’s applied magnetic fields. A complete range of RF connectors can be produced in large and small quantities, including unique and hard-to-find connectors.

“Connectronics manufactures nonmagnetic RF connectors essential to transmitting data to and from quantum computers,” said Enrique Morales, president of Connectronics Inc. “Our high frequency, nonmagnetic coaxial connector and adapter connectivity solutions ensure minimal interference with quantum computing’s applied magnetic fields through a proven manufacturing process using select raw material and plating finish combinations to minimize the magnetic signature of our connectors.”

Connectronics offers unique and hard-to-find connectors with fast lead times, low or high production volume and flexible delivery options.

The IEEE MTT IMS is the premier annual international meeting for technologists involved in all aspects of microwave theory and practice. It consists of a full week of events, including technical paper presentations, workshops, tutorials, social events and networking opportunities.