Hermetically sealed co-axial connectors
August 12, 2016

The environment that you want your network to withstand is no longer an issue with Martec’s impedance matched co-axial connectors. Our hermetic connectors use technologies and materials to ensure that whatever is happening outside does not affect network performance. Martec’s connectors can be supplied to withstand pressure differentials up to 60,000 psi, while their operating temperature can range from -55 °C to +250°C, depending on the materials selected.

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SV Now Offers COTS VITA 67 (Coaxial/RF) Cable Assemblies in Distribution!
July 27, 2016

SV Microwave now offers a complete line of VITA 67 coaxial/RF cable assemblies to 2.92mm (SVK) male connectors. SV’s unique connector retention mechanism makes installing and removing the cable assemblies easier than competition! SV's floating SMPM coaxial contacts ensure excellent RF performance in any mating condition. These parts are also designed for side-by-side implementation with VITA 46 hardware and are cabled to Ø.047 and Ø.086 coaxial cable types.

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SV Solved the Need for Solderless Coaxial PCB Connectors!
July 27, 2016

SV Microwave manufactures a large variety of solderless precision RF connectors in high frequency bands including the mmWave frequencies. SV offers a variety of cost effective coaxial PCB mount SMA, 2.92mm and 2.4mm connector series. Our solderless application makes assembly fast, easy and without damaging the PCB board. Additionally, SV can customize a PCB footprint design for your application using our latest simulation technology.

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Amphenol Rhino Connectors are breeding
July 26, 2016

Amphenol Ltd launched the Rhino connector series at Farnborough 2014 and has now introduced new members of the family. In addition to the original Rhino 38999 connector Amphenol now offers circular connectors with push-pull and reverse bayonet mating systems to suit different applications and market requirements. This has been further complemented by the introduction of thru-bulkhead versions allowing cables to be connected through penetration panels.

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Amphenol launches Titanium HTC Connectors
July 20, 2016

Amphenol Ltd launch Titanium HTC connectors for use in Aero Engines at Farnborough 2016. Aero-engines provide one of the harshest environments for connectors and interconnection systems. This precludes the use of standard plated aluminium alloy connectors and has led to the use of stainless steel as standard. Steel offers excellent strength and temperature stability but is significantly heavier than aluminium and this is a major disadvantage in an application where weight is a significant factor.

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