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  • Inline Wire and Cable Identification
    Many OEM's require that individual wires and cables used in their products be clearly identified with a mark or label. For some, such as in the military and aerospace markets, wire and cable identification (or "wire ID") is mandatory and the process is governed by stringent specifications
  • Low-Shear Mixing for High-Performance Cable
    for the company's power cables used in utility, petrochemical, mining, nuclear, and military applications. By adding peroxides to thermoplastics, they create thermosetting, or cross-linkable, polymers that withstand higher temperatures than unaltered thermoplastic insulations can. According to Technical
  • Temperature Behaviour of 500µm Fiber
    The application of optical fibers in rough or demanding environments, including industrial, mining, aerospace, military and transportation require a maximum protection of the fiber. The dual layer acrylate has been especially developed to guarantee long-term performance and reliability. The easy
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    U.S. seeks high-tech military makeover The U.S. military is beginning to flesh out plans to transform itself, stressing reliance on agile forces using networking technologies to achieve what planners call "information and decision superiority. " Modem issues put cable voice-over-IP service on hold
  • Amphenol Hi-Speed Interconnect Solutions (.pdf)
    Advances in military and aerospace applications are requiring systems to process and deliver more data, and do it at an increasingly rapid pace. One example would be the current and future needs to provide situational awareness to the battle field through advances in C4 systems. To ensure
  • Safety Brake Helps Put High-Def Eye in the Sky
    cables, along with a military-grade fiber-optic cable, are strung 90 ft or higher to the top of the venue's corners then to the center of the field, where they meet to support a camera. The cables measure 1/8 in. in diameter and have a brake strength of over 2,500 lb. The camera weighs about 100 lb
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Tug-of-war delays OpenCable software spec The cable industry is expected to attend the National Cable Television Association convention June 13-16 in Chicago with a commitment to deliver OpenCable specifications for retail-ready advanced digital set-tops by the FCC's July 2000 deadline
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Military reels as latest LCD maker falters The looming sell-off or shutdown of active-matrix LCD maker dpiX Inc. by Xerox Corp. is sending military-system suppliers reeling once again. The announcement comes just six months after Guardian Industries Corp. pulled the plug on Optical Imaging Systems

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