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  • Crossing Enemy Lines – The Growing Demand For Submersible Technology

    This paper examines USSOCOM's emerging requirements for new and updated submersible equipment, with a focus on the factors that qualify such equipment for operation in combat environments. Specifically, it addresses the components most often considered the weakest link – namely, electrical cable connectors. Typically, significant changes in military equipment requirements such as this spawn innovation in the private sector. So the paper concludes by reviewing the types of equipment for which the 20-meter submersible capability may soon become standard.

  • Proving Installed Performance Of Airframe Microwave Assemblies
    Proving Installed Performance Of Airframe Microwave Assemblies

    A recent study conducted for the aerospace industry showed that 29 percent of respondents said the cause of Microwave/RF cable failure or repair is due to damage during installation. Damaged airframe microwave assemblies result in system failures, re-testing, delayed production, increased maintenance downtime, and eventual replacement of the entire setup.

  • Overcoming Space Challenges And Reducing Costs With Small-Diameter Cable Technology
    Overcoming Space Challenges And Reducing Costs With Small-Diameter Cable Technology

    Network service providers are deploying more fiber cables than ever to keep up with bandwidth demands. While that’s good news for those who want more bandwidth, it’s not so good for the technicians needing access to existing circuits or the ability to install new ones. In order to help central offices, headends, and other areas of a service network, a microcable patchcord was developed to slow the rate of cable pile-up and ease congestion in fiber-management systems.

  • Taking Your Network to 40/100G Ethernet
    Taking Your Network to 40/100G Ethernet

    With the ratification of new industry standards and increased demands on data center throughput, 40/100G Ethernet will be an integral component of the next generation data center. In fact, it is already an emerging influence on how organizations plan, build and operate their existing data center architectures. In this paper, we will discuss the deep impact that this network speed transition has on data center cabling infrastructure, and the decisions that organizations will need to make to accommodate these changes.

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Microwave Cable Assemblies Microwave Cable Assemblies

HUBER+SUHNER supplies over 1700 different types of coaxial cables assembled with connectors in accordance to customer requirements for a variety of medical, space and defense applications. The assemblies are manufactured using high-quality cables and connectors that are carefully tested to match relevant standards, and are delivered with a certificate upon request.

Eacon Field Terminated Microwave Cable Assemblies Eacon Field Terminated Microwave Cable Assemblies

The Eacon field terminated microwave cables are lightweight, waterproofed, built for frequencies up to 18 GHz, and ready for use in the defense, aerial, and industrial markets. With the featured option of a retrofitted connector for simple cable installation in the narrowest cable ducts and precision cable cutting on site, the Eacon assemblies provide the distinct advantages for cramped spaces or when retrofitting microwave components.

Cable For Bench-Top Testing: RF Orange™ Cable For Bench-Top Testing: RF Orange™

The Industry Standard for Bench Testing

  •          Lowest cost per measurement™ 
  •          Phase & amplitude stable
  •          GrooveTube® Outer Conductor Technology
  •          DC-70 GHz
67 GHz Test Cables 67 GHz Test Cables

MegaPhase offers ultra-wideband and broadband test cables that are optimized for consistent and repeatable performance through 67 GHz applications. Available in lengths from 12 inches to 25 feet, these cables are equipped with 1.85 mm connectors, including those that mate directly with 1.85 mm VNA ports and factory formed right angle connectors.

Sucotest 26/Sucotest 40 Cable Assemblies Sucotest 26/Sucotest 40 Cable Assemblies

Huber + Suhner’s Sucotest 26/Sucotest 40 cable assemblies are designed with high frequency and low loss, and are triple shielded for greater RF isolation. Each cable is available for operation within applications up to 26/40 GHz.

Microwave Coaxial Cable Assemblies: SUCOFLEX 229 Microwave Coaxial Cable Assemblies: SUCOFLEX 229

The SUCOFLEX 229 is a microwave coaxial cable assembly solution designed to improve system performance due to its reduced phase change over temperature. This fully MIL/DTL – 17 qualified cable is available as assembly ready to use with an excellent performance to price ratio.

GORE-FLIGHT Microwave Assemblies GORE-FLIGHT Microwave Assemblies

GORE-FLIGHT™ Microwave Assemblies are cable solutions designed with an internally ruggedized construction made to withstand concentrated loads well in excess of those specified by MIL-T-81490. The cables are flexible and inherently resistant to over-bending, making the cables easier to install within the confines of an aircraft. GORE-FLIGHT™ Microwave Assemblies are available in Standard Series or 6 Series.

The Warrior Cable<sup>®</sup> The Warrior Cable®

The Warrior Cable® from MegaPhase features a field proven design with reliable operation in modern combat zones. The cables provide lasting stability under vibration and flexure, and repeatable performance in the extreme operating conditions associated with electronic countermeasures, electronic warfare, and multiple types of field deployed communication systems.

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