In the ever-changing world of technology - radiofrequencies, microwaves, and millimeterwaves are within the ecosystems that hold our domain together. Researching and communicating with various suppliers, along with budgeting, can be time consuming and unclear.
Announcing the latest cable and performance from our interconnect supplier - please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries and/or RFQ's:
Employing all the cable and connector performance and proven reliability of the Carlisle Interconnect UTiFLEX® line, the UGF055D is a miniature microwave assembly that stands up to the most demanding space-flight, defense, and 5G environments and is ideal for multi-channel tight pitch applications. The ultra-low-loss UGF055D features:
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From our newest supplier CIT - "No matter the size of the connector, the smallest details make all the difference. CarlisleIT high-performance connectors and adapters are designed and engineered to be the highest-quality, most-reliable connectors and adapters available. Our filters and connectors meet or exceed EMI industry standards, and CarlisleIT is unmatched in speed of delivery, manufacturing flexibility and quality control, providing consistently reliable, superior performance for your applications."
QuantumFlow is glad to announce our newest supplier for 2021 - Carlisle Interconnect Technologies. We are very familiar with CIT and their vast portfolio of interconnect solutions, and will be representing their family of products in the Southern California territory where there is high demand for Aerospace, Defense, Test & Measurement, and Commercial applications requiring high-performing interconnect solutions.
From Aviation Week Network:
The coronavirus pandemic is going to be as consequential for defense and security as were the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in the U.S. For the defense sector, there are multiple implications to ponder and possibly to begin to position for as these play out in 2021 and beyond.
From Forbes and Starburst:
Elon Musk told a group of assembled space entrepreneurs that if they can build a rocket component better than SpaceX can, “we would love to buy that,” noting his private space startup used to build the landing legs for its Falcon 9 rocket but now buys them from race car manufacturer All American Racers. “We’d love to outsource more.”
WASHINGTON — A month after NASA rolled out a strategy to increase commercial use of the International Space Station, some in Congress are skeptical of the effort.
At a July 10 hearing of the House Science Committee’s space subcommittee, some members suggested that allowing commercial activities on the station, including visits by private astronauts, wasn’t an appropriate use for the facility as NASA prepares to return humans to the moon and go on to Mars.
The International Microwave Symposium has wrapped up for another year of networking, account meetings, program discussions, and learning about new technologies and processes for everything RF/Microwave. This years show in Boston had a great layout, and host city. The breakouts, technical sessions and engagements were curated conveniently as well.
SpaceX's internet-satellite megaconstellation appears to be off to a good start in low-Earth orbit.
The first 60 members of the company's Starlink network launched last night(May 23) atop a Falcon 9 rocket. The satellites deployed smoothly about an hour after liftoff, and they came online shortly thereafter, SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk announced via Twitter last night.