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Start with the news release RDS monitor kit suited for mobile applications from Review Display Systems, which we summarised at the time by saying "Review Display Systems' 7in monitor kit comprises of a high-spec WVGA TFT panel and associated driver card, allowing both video and VGA input, and making it ideal for mobile applications. ". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Rugged HT cable suited to defence applications from Quadrant Connections: "Quadrant Connections has expanded its stock with the introduction of Habla's MoD-approved Speedfoam 240 HT and 400 HT low-loss, high-power RF coaxial cables, designed for use in armoured vehicles.".

In December 2010, we covered the news from Laser Components - take a look at Laser Components offers AR coatings on fibres which says: "Laser Components' fibre-optics customers can now benefit from anti-reflection coatings on fibres, which have a particularly positive effect in medical technology and material processing. ".

Take a look also at the news release from Link Microtek, Rotary joints enable high-power transmissions, as well as Cable assemblies target test-bench applications from Radiall, and Tyco device connects locally controlled motors from Tyco Electronics.

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Murata cable connectors transmit RF signals (November 2010)

Murata has introduced the JSC series of RF micro coaxial cable connectors for RF signal transmission in mobile phones, smartphones, PDAs and wireless mobile terminals of all types.

Analyser facilitates antenna station installation (November 2010)

Rohde and Schwarz has launched the R and S ZVH, a portable cable and antenna analyser that has been designed to facilitate the installation of antenna stations.

Cable assembly handles large amounts of data (November 2010)

Samtec's Accelerate cable system is a high-performance, micro coax solution for high-speed applications.

Plugs for commercial building telecommunications (November 2010)

Stewart Connector, a Bel Fuse division, has added the RoHS-compliant SS-39200 series of category 6a 8P8C modular plugs to its range of connectors for high-speed networking and computing applications.

Connector maximises PCB space in computer systems (November 2010)

The Strada Mesa mezzanine connector offers a stacking, board-to-board connection solution for efficient PCB space utilisation in telecommunications, computer, military and rail systems.

Schroff produces shock-resistant subway cabinet (November 2010)

Electronics enclosure manufacturer Schroff has introduced a range of rugged 19in cabinets specifically developed to handle the rigorous demands of underground railway applications.

Technique splices optical fibres in communications (November 2010)

Lightcrimp splice technology is a new rapid technique for splicing optical fibres in communications networks.

Network analysers speed signal testing (November 2010)

Lecroy, a supplier of oscilloscopes, protocol analysers and serial data test solutions, has announced the launch of the Sparq series of signal integrity network analysers.

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Further reading
  • Coaxial cables meet new broadcast standards

    SDI coaxial cables are now specified for operation at 4.5GHz, with every reel being sweep tested for return loss and certified to the new, higher frequency.
  • AMCORJ-PCB-SCA1 lets coaxial cables rotate fully

    Link Microtek's Engineering Division has introduced a PCB-mounting coaxial rotary joint.
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