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2021-08-31 16:16:22

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In the multi-verse of RF applications, there are five common RF use cases. In our upcoming newsletters, we will discuss the special challenges, requirements, and solutions for each of these use cases. 


Learn how to find an optimal RF cable solution that will successfully meet even the most demanding product design needs. We will also be featuring industry spotlights, so stay tuned in the months ahead!



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Easy Installation with EZ- Connectors




Don’t let your RF interconnect be the weak link in your system. Our LMR® low-loss coaxial cables provide optimal performance up to 8 GHz, covering almost every wireless application. LMR cables are available in constructions and sizes for many environments and loss budgets. Our X series connectors are tri-metal plated for excellent corrosion resistance, are IP-67 rated and do not require trimming of the braid wires. 



Combining the LMR cables and X series connectors with our termination tools and WSB boots makes installation simpler than ever.  Watch Now!





Reel Times Gets Real with Ben



Pull up a chair and get to know Times Microwave’s new General Manager, Ben Reed. In this one-on-one video interview, Ben chats with Carrie Obedzinski about his background and history with Times and Amphenol.


Subscribe to our YouTube channel and stay informed on all things RF, from medical to space applications and more!





The Challenges of High Power


In some applications, RF is used to transmit power – such as in lasers, deposition equipment, physics test equipment, microwave ablation, industrial microwave ovens, and MRI machines. Find out how RF systems can be built to accommodate these high-temperature scenarios.



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Times Talks Webinar

The Challenges of High Power in RF Applications


Apr 15, 2021 02:00 PM ET

Register Now! 




RF Interconnect Solution for Complex Antenna Installations


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Airborne antennas must be mechanically secure in interference-free locations and in areas where signals can be optimally received. Simple right? Not really. Often, these locations are in hard-to-access places or exposed to extreme conditions. In this webinar, we will outline options to ease your installation, save money, and more. 



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Q: I'm using LMR cable for my cold-temperature application with vibration.  Which connector should I use? The EZ or the TC options?


A: When working with any LMR cable we recommend the spring-finger (EZ) connectors. The EZ pin eliminates many variables such as pin-core gap, potential melting of the foam dielectric, cold solder joints, excess solder and flux residue. The EZ also offers an advantage with applications involving extreme cold and/or vibration. When a long run of cable is subjected to extreme cold, the center conductor may contract slightly due to its thermal coefficient. The EZ pin design will allow for slight movement of the center conductor without any impact on VSWR. Also, problems that can wreak havoc in a high-vibration application, such as brittle eutectics, cold solder joints and improper solder volume, are eliminated with the EZ design.

Kevin Moyher, Product Manager





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