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The R140B from Copper Mountain Technologies lets you characterize antennas and cables without the need for an additional test cable.
Demands for bandwidth-intensive, data-driven services are fueling a rise in compute, data storage, and networking capabilities. These rises put pressure on connectors and cable to deliver data at higher speeds with better signals and less heat.
A family of 1.35 mm board and cable connectors and cable assemblies from Samtec move mmWave signals.
A set of nine antennas from Linx Technologies cover 5G, LTE, Wi-Fi (through 6E), and other frequency bands.
5G’s RF signals and data rates bring development of new liquid crystal polymer materials for connectors, and PCBs to minimize signal losses
The Lightpass-EOB 100G from I-Pex shortens PCB traces, thus improving BER.
The TMQ4 and TMQ5 cable assemblies from Times Microwave bundle four or five individual 5G connections into one cable run. The TMQ4 and TMQ5 bundled cable assemblies for 5G combine industry-standard four and five conductor MQ4 and MQ5 connectors with Times Microwave’s high-end coaxial cables. The cables reduce the number of cable runs from a…
The C.Fl connector pair from Hirose Electric rises just 1 mm from a board and covers DC to 30 GHz.
The 5G25 connector from Molex covers IF frequencies for mmWave applications.