News | March 7, 2011

When Many Connections Are Required, MegaPhase Reduces The Stress

Source: MegaPhase LLC
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At last, MegaPhase's EZ-Mate connectors assist in making quick and reliable connections without finger wear. Engineering personnel who connect and disconnect cables tens and hundreds times a day can now easily connect using the MegaPhase EZ-Mate.

To assure connectors can be easily and reliably mated, MegaPhase has designed and now offers EZ-Mate Type N, TNC and SMA connectors.

Engineers can easily manipulate the half knurled, half hex shaped stainless steel connector. EZ-Mate's benefits are particularly critical when working in tight spaces.

The unique design of the EZ-Mate also allows test professionals the option to use a torque wrench in lieu of easy finger operation. EZ-Mate's stainless steel construction eliminates rust and plating.

"Our customers love the EZ-Mate connectors ," notes William Pote, founder of MegaPhase. "We commonly work with test organizations that need to continuously connect and disconnect cable assemblies while achieving reliable measurements."

According to Fleck Research, sales of RF Coax Connectors will increase by over 8% in 2011. And 50 Ohm, high frequency connectors usage is anticipated to grow by over 24%. "Our EZ-Mate connectors are positioned to meet this demand," observes Pote.

About MegaPhase, LLC
MegaPhase is an ISO-9001:2008 certified privately-held company that designs, manufactures and sells RF/Microwave coaxial cable, cable assemblies, connectors and RF components through 70 GHz. Located in Stroudsburg, PA, MegaPhase customers include OEMs in instrumentation, broadband networking, wireless communications, semiconductor, advanced microwave and optical electronic systems, space and defense. MegaPhase products include GrooveTube test cables, semi-rigid and flexible coaxial cables for advanced systems, test adapters and coaxial connectors MegaPhase's broadband and high frequency interconnect technologies include coaxial cables have been used reliably to test smart phones, transmit signals on the US Navy's new AWACS E-2D Advanced Hawkeye, Agilent's new FireFox handheld analyzers, and many other high-profile projects. For more information, visit