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RF Industries, Inc.


RF Industries, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Medical)
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In the medical device industry, there is a much smaller margin of error that can be tolerated than in most other industries. What typically may work well and be economical in non-medical applications... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Improving the accuracy of your microwave test and measurement equipment becomes increasingly important when high frequency devices are used in the transmission paths of radio, cellular, satellite and... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Improving the accuracy of your microwave test and measurement equipment becomes increasingly important when high frequency devices are used in the transmission paths of radio, cellular, satellite and... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Intermodulation distortion occurs when two or more signals occupy the same transmission paths as in full duplex systems. When the signals mix, a non-linear response manifests itself as bi-products of... (View Full Article)
(Connectors)
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White Bronze plating for RF connectors offers many advantages over Nickel or Silver plated connectors. Improved electrical and intermodulation performance, better wear characteristics in harsh... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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In summary, coaxial connectors range from DC through millimeter-wave frequencies and are available for RF/microwave applications through 125 GHz. Some high-frequency connectors increase in cost as... (View Full Article)
(Connectors)
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Today, a flawed coaxial connection can severely reduce performance on digital systems like ThinNET (EtherNET), Wireless networks like WiFi and WLAN's and high-end video like SDTV, DTV and HDTV. Where... (View Full Article)
(Connectors)
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Today, a flawed coaxial connection can severely reduce performance on digital systems like ThinNET (EtherNET), Wireless networks like WiFi and WLAN's and high-end video like SDTV, DTV and HDTV. Where... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Improving radio channel performance is a challenge that concerns every radio-system designer and user. In particular, wireless data systems can realize a significant radio channel performance... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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What if I told you there exists today a technology that allows you to create a hardware circuit implementation of a software application. The Field Programmable Gate Array or FPGA is a reprogrammable... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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Competitive, modern crop production on irrigated land demands that growers make the most of available equipment, water and time. Remote, computerized control of common pivot irrigation systems relies... (View Full Article)
(Computer Peripherals)
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SCADA Systems provide real-time monitoring and control of your facilities, and is an acronym for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. Its fundamental purpose is to remotely monitor a range of... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Coaxial cable assemblies are almost everywhere electronic systems can be found. And they have a simple job: to serve as a signal path to transfer signals from one location to another. But they must do... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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When connectors made entirely of non-ferromagnetic materials are used, they do not have to become the weak link in a communications system, causing harmful and hard-to-find intermod interference. The... (View Full Article)