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Precision Coaxial Terminations

September 28, 2001 9:40 am | Comments

Krytar designed terminations were subjected to thermal shock testing per MIL-202, Method 107, Test Condition B. They also underwent five cycles of thermal shock throughout the -65°C to 125°C temperature range which allows temperature testing of components using these terminations. Units are long lasting....

Low Loss 7-16 DIN Connector

September 28, 2001 9:40 am | Comments

RF Connectors, a division of RF Industries, released a new 7-16 DIN series coaxial connector designed for use with LMR-600® low-loss cable from Times Microwave and WBC-600 low-loss cable from CommScope. The RFD-1604-2L2 is a 7-16 DIN male crimp connector featuring silver plated body and contact for optimum inter-modulation distortion reduction and Teflon® insulation for its preferred dielectric performance....

Board-to-Board Connectors

September 28, 2001 9:40 am | Comments

The new Series JAV connectors from JST feature 0.4 mm (.016) pitch and low mounting height, 1.5 mm (.059), making them ideal for super high density applications such as notebook PCs, LCD monitors, PDAs, and cellular phones. The Series JAV connectors are available in 22, 26, 30, and 40 contact positions in a dual row configuration and are offered in a stacking/parallel PCB mounting direction....


A Beacon of Light

September 28, 2001 9:31 am | Comments

By Kim Stokes, Editor-in-Chief We will never forget September 11, 2001. We will always remember where we were when we realized our nation was under attack. While our offices are 30 miles from New York City, I remember my first thoughts when I heard planes had crashed into the World Trade Center — Cahners has offices in New York City and Cahners HQ used to be in Newton, MA where some of our employees travel to on a regular basis...

Test Automation for Wireless Devices - Calculating Tangible Return On Investment

September 25, 2001 7:35 am | Comments

TestQuest Inc. With respect to the development of wireless devices, few investment opportunities offer a more reliable and tangible return on investment (ROI) than test automation. The last few years have seen worldwide mobile communications advance from concept to reality, and as a result, the number of wireless devices being manufactured to meet the unique needs of businesses and general consumers has skyrocketed....

Is the 5 GHz Unlicensed Band Really Interference Free?

September 24, 2001 7:28 am | Comments

David A. Case NCE One of the biggest concerns for the operators using unlicensed systems is that they must operate without any real protection as second or third tier services in their assigned bands. The various licensed services have rights when it comes to band usage verse not having any rights for those operating unlicensed systems....

Battery Charger Series

September 24, 2001 4:51 am | Comments

Ault announced its BCM family of wide-range battery chargers for Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) and Nickel Cadmium (NiCad) topologies. The BCM series includes 12 models for each battery topology and can charge multiple cell packs, including 3 o 6, 5 to 10 and 8 to 12 cells Ault's BCM family meets the growing needs for battery chargers for portable electronic consumer products, home health care equipment, personal information appliances (PIAs...


UV Light Sources

September 24, 2001 4:51 am | Comments

This new line of modular flood and focused beam light sources is designed to provide easy, cost effective polymerization of light curing adhesives and coatings for a variety of process settings. Complete curing systems for most applications are quickly and easily assembled from among a comprehensive menu of modules....


MDS Connector

September 24, 2001 4:51 am | Comments

Circuit Assembly (CA) is proud to announce the launch of its newly developed MDS connector, a high-density 68-position SCSI connector designed for high performance SCSI applications. Compatible with the SCSI-3 standard, this .050" socket is CA's response to the challenge of providing the market with a high-quality connector that meets the requirements of competitive pricing and high-volume demands....

Control System Application

September 24, 2001 4:51 am | Comments

SimPro Controls' SimLink® system now offers remote control and monitoring capabilities for single-loop flow control applications, such as direct actuator control. Now, a simple and economical solution is available for processes that previously may not have been considered candidates for automation....

Four-Digit Display

September 24, 2001 4:51 am | Comments

A new four-digit clock display that maintains superior luminous intensity even under direct lighting has been announced by Vishay Intertechnology. With a typical luminous intensity of 4 mcd per segment at 10 mA, and a 10-mm digit height, the new Vishay Telefunken TDCG1050 maintains full visibility from a distance of up to 7 m....

Power Inductors

September 24, 2001 4:51 am | Comments

J.W. Miller introduces the PM12639S/PM12645S Series high-current surface mount inductors, ideally suited for DC/DC converter output choke applications. Designed with magnetic shielding to reduce radiation emission to minimal levels and protect circuit functionality, the new inductors feature low DC resistance and very high saturation current to withstand high-temperature application environments....

RF Cable Assembly

September 24, 2001 4:51 am | Comments

Semflex announced the availability of a new 6 page brochure featuring their custom RF cable assembly capability. The brochure offers a photographic tour of Semflex's state of the art engineering and manufacturing facilities, along with helpful information on how to quickly spec and order products for your applications....

BNC Connector

September 24, 2001 4:51 am | Comments

Trompeter Electronics announced the addition of a new miniature BNC connector that allows for 40 percent greater connector density in a given area. Designed for telco Central Office DS3 applications, the new 250 Series (M-BNC) delivers excellent frequency response over an extended bandwidth and uses industry standard installation tools....

SMD Power Inductor

September 24, 2001 4:51 am | Comments

A new shielded surface mount power inductor capable of handling currents from one to 20 amps in severe temperature from -55°C to +125°C is now available from Associated Components Technology. In addition to excellent performance in extreme temperatures, the SHS 1504 Series offers very low power loss and low DC resistance, ranging from 1....


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