Pasternack’s range of hand-formable, semi-rigid cable assemblies can be suitable alternatives to costly preformed coaxial assemblies.
New research will enable on-metal RFID tags to use the structure of the tagged object as the antenna.
Infineon Technologies has introduced its first single-chip radar solutions for applications in industrial and commercial sensing.
Roughly 50 to 60% of cellular base station problems are caused by faulty cables, connectors and antennas. Cable and antenna measurements are often used to verify and troubleshoot the electrical performance of RF and microwave transmission systems and antennas.
The Trimble Yuma 2 tablet computer is built rugged from the inside out, with IP65 protection from dust and water, and with military-grade MIL-STD-810G certification for temperature, altitude, humidity extremes, vibration and shock.
Headphones have been with us since the beginning of the 20th century and were the only way to hear the faint signals coming through the air by radio.
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.
element14 has announced the expansion of its circular connectors, providing over 100,000 for military, commercial and industrial applications.