New harsh environment fiber optic connectors from HUBER+SUHNER deliver best in class performance, packing density and environmental protection.
The RADOX® 155S FLR (cross-sections 0.35 mm2 – 6 mm2) and RADOX 155 (cross-sections 8 mm2 – 120 mm2) from HUBER+SUHNER have been approved for use in General Motors (GM) vehicles with immediate effect.
HUBER+SUHNER is the first and to date the only non-Russian cable manufacturer whose products meet the high requirements of the state-owned Russian Railways RZD.
HUBER+SUHNER serves the wireless infrastructure (carrier) market with an exciting microsite. It is a helpful tool for all mobile operators, OEMs and installers for the design of their Remote Radio Head and Conventional Cell site solutions.
HUBER+SUHNER is proud to present the first iPhone App, which shows the relation between RF specific values like impedance, wavelength, return loss (VSWR) and signal delay incl. their conversion. It is downloadable from apple store free of charge.
After integrating the American Astrolab, Inc. in the HUBER+SUHNER group at the end of 2012, we will start to offer the world’s leading coaxial cable assemblies minibend, mini141 and microbend through the global HUBER+SUHNER distribution network.
HUBER+SUHNER and our project partners announce in a common press release the ongoing development of a new RF connector interface. An example of the interface application is to connect the RRU (remote radio unit) to the antenna.
HUBER+SUHNER has introduced a silicone-free RADOX® anti-capillary cable to meet the demand in the automotive market for barrier sealed copper cables.
Whether it’s a new installation, an upgrade of an existing network or the need to re-use existing cable infrastructures, today’s System Design Engineers must complete a variety of power dimensioning calculations to ensure the correct power balance.
All HUBER + SUHNER brochures and catalogues are now available with the ’PDFolio’ app for iPad and Android smartphones and tablets.
A ground-breaking new fiber optic connector will double the density of fibers per rack and improve handling in Central Offices and Data Centres. The LC-XD significantly reduces the amount of space needed, helping to control costs and improve efficiency.
HUBER+SUHNER offers a broad portfolio of high quality passive connectivity solutions for the DAS (Distributed Antenna System) market. The components allow the combining, distribution and radiation of broadband RF signals from multiple operators.
In collaboration with Mersen, HUBER+SUHNER is developing a safety system for the prevention of fires in PV installations. A smart junction box is part of the system. It is based on the RADOX® SolarBox HM0 by HUBER+SUHNER.
HUBER+SUHNER acquired the assets of Astrolab, Inc. based in Warren, New Jersey. With its patented minibend® and microbend® cable assemblies Astrolab is mainly active in high tech niche markets and offers high end radio frequency solutions.
The SENCITY® SPOT-M Yagi antenna is expanding the CBTC (Communication-Based Train Control) product portfolio from HUBER+SUHNER. This WiFi antenna was specially developed for the market and application-specific requirements of CBTC systems.
The RADOX brand applies to HUBER+SUHNER’s specially developed insulation materials. Due to a new crosslinking process these properties are now implemented for fiber optic cables.
With the OptiBox16 HUBER+SUHNER extends its portfolio of optical distribution enclosures. With a patch panel for up to 16 SC-shape adapters the new OTB16 is the mid-size option for Building Entry as well as Floor Distribution Points of large buildings.
HUBER+SUHNER presents the first iPhone App, which shows the relation between RF specific values like impedance, wavelength, return loss (VSWR) and signal delay including their conversion. The RF Tools is downloadable from apple store free of charge.
The upgrade of mobile communication platforms to the fourth generation transmission standard LTE is in full swing in North America. Most operators rely on the latest solutions from HUBER+SUHNER.