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Netherlands launch first nationwide LoRa network for IoT

05 July, 2016

The KPN LoRa network is now available throughout the Netherlands — the first country in the world to have a nationwide LoRa network for IoT applications.


Omnetics SureCon 360° watertight overmoulded circular connector

05 February, 2013

Omnetics has introduced the SureCon 360° - a watertight, overmoulded circular connector to the Nano 360° series.


Link Microtek dual-channel rotary joint for airborne satcom systems

21 January, 2013

The engineering division of Link Microtek has introduced a dual-channel rotary joint that is specifically aimed at applications in Ka-band satellite communications systems on board aircraft or unmanned aerial vehicles.


Mini Circuits Quick-Lock test cable

15 May, 2012

The Quick-Lock test cable is suitable for frequencies from DC to 18 GHz with a 28 dB return loss at the highest frequency.


Pasternack Enterprises 7/16 DIN low PIM connector range

04 April, 2012

Pasternack Enterprises has released the 7/16 DIN line of low PIM (passive intermodulation distortion) connectors, designed for applications where intermodulation distortion is a concern.


Spuma 400 FR flexible flame-retardant RF communication cable

25 June, 2010 by

The Spuma 400 FR flexible flame-retardant RF communication cable with VSWR gives good electrical performance with low loss characteristics. It is a good solution for wireless systems such as WLL, GPS, WLAN, WISP and WiMAX and it is a suitable cable for industrial applications.


SmartPlex models 782 10900 (BTS) / 782 10901 dual-band combiners

01 March, 2010 by

The SmartPlex models 782 10900 (BTS)/782 10901 (ANT) are a compact series of intelligent multiprotocol dual-band combiners covering the frequency ranges 380-960 MHz and 1710-2690 MHz while providing a low insertion loss and allowing high input power. They can be powered either via a CCU or a BTS.


Aluminium cable no longer a lightweight

01 January, 2010 by Ben Cardwell, vice-president, Asia-Pacific and China, Andrew

Telecom operators often find themselves pulled into a polarised situation that includes cost-control and planning for new bandwidth-hungry applications. Across the industry, operators are re-aligning their network strategies to preserve their operating margins.


Indoor coverage

17 August, 2009 by

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) has available its ClearFill Space2 solutions, a multi-band multi-operator RF-over-fibre distribution system for wireless indoor coverage especially serving the public transport sector (metro, rail and road tunnels).


Transmission lines

17 August, 2009 by

RFS (Radio Frequency Systems), has boosted its range of cables with the addition of several new Cellflex Lite corrugated aluminium coaxial transmission line products including the ½-in LCF12-50JL, the 1¼-in LCFS114-50JL and the ultra-flexible 1¼-in UCF114-50JL.


Network cabling

17 August, 2009 by

Siemon’s Z-MAX end-to-end network cabling solution has been designed from the ground up to offer the best-in-class performance through an innovative matched system which combines an optimally tuned plug with a higher performance outlet. It has been designed to shatter the previous limitations of the RJ-45 interface with the 6A twisted pair copper family available in category 6A UTP and shielded configurations.


Transmission line guide

22 June, 2009 by

Samtec’s transmission line solutions provide paths of least resistance for routing signals from one location to another when signal integrity, EMI, pin mapping, rugged environments or power requirements present design challenges.


Aluminium wins gold award

02 March, 2009

Heliax 2.0 FXL, the aluminium RF cable manufactured by Andrew, has won the Golden Award for Green Communication Energy-Efficiency Technology in an industry contest held in China.


Aluminium cable for Chinese ministry

04 February, 2009

Beijing's latest landmark building and the workplace for implementation and management of the international environmental protection treaty in China is now supported by an indoor wireless communications network featuring Heliax FXL aluminium transmission cable from Andrew.


Update for Sydney airport radio

02 April, 2007

A fully digital switching and multiplexing communications system that integrates voice (radio and telephone), data paging and video has been installed at Sydney airport


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