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    Mil-Aero Industries Eye Carbon Nanotubes as They Target Cost Savings

    Ultra-lightweight carbon nanotubes may replace copper wires.   Today’s aerospace and aircraft industries focus on size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C), and cost is now often figured for program or operational life, which may total thousands of dollars per pound. This gives tremendous impetus and justification to accept high-cost new technology to obtain weight savings. Reducing F-35 Read More >>

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    Rugged Connectors for Next-Gen Mil/Aero Applications

    Next-generation military and aerospace applications require increasingly rugged connectors to handle ever-higher data rates with utmost reliability in even the harshest environments. New levels of connector ruggedization can take two forms: an entirely new connector or an upgrade to an existing connector.   Expanding a Strong Foundation: Ruggedizing Connectors for Next-Generation Mil/Aero Applications A TE Read More >>

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Mil-Aero Industries Eye Carbon Nanotubes...

NanotubesUltra-lightweight carbon nanotubes may replace copper wires.   Today’s aerospace and aircraft industries focus on size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C), Read More...

Rugged Connectors for Next-Gen Mil/Aero ...

Military jetNext-generation military and aerospace applications require increasingly rugged connectors to handle ever-higher data rates with utmost reliability in even the Read More...

Five Fundamentals for Designing With MIL...

Nano-D Connectors Nano-D connectors rival their larger Micro-D counterparts in portable, high-density, ruggedized electronics By Bob Stanton, Omnetics Connector Corp., www.omnetics.com Read More...

Filtered Connectors Cut the Clutter

Filtered connectorsA variety of filtered connectors can help eliminate unwanted noise   The world has become an electronically noisy place as Read More...

Facts & Figures

UAV Market Trends

Drones for homeland securityOver the next decade, combined sales of UAVs are expected to top $90 billion dollars, with annual sales rising from Read More...

Identifying the Top 10 – It’s Harder...

Top 10Design engineers and purchasing personnel want to use the best connector companies for their design and purchasing requirements. However, identifying Read More...

Top 10 Connector Manufacturers Market Sh...

Top 10The 10 largest connector companies had combined 2015 sales of $30 billion, or 57.7% of world connector demand. The names Read More...

Top 10 Connector Manufacturers Market Sh...

Top 10What suppliers topped the charts in market share by region?   The 10 largest connector companies had combined 2015 sales Read More...

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Market Leaders Collaborate on new M12 Pu...

headliner-300x300Molex, Phoenix Contact, Murrelektronik, and binder are driving the standardization of a non-proprietary push-pull connection system  M12 connection technology market leaders Read More...

Connecting at APEC 2017

APEC 2017This year’s Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC 2017) took place March 26 – 30 in Tampa, Florida. The conference portion Read More...

To 400Gb/s and Beyond: High-speed Interc...

Amphenol RCxby Jim David – Portfolio Director; Amphenol High-Speed Interconnects High-speed interconnects adapt to data centers' ever-changing signal, bandwidth, and density requirements. Read More...

Vehicles Rely on FAKRA Connectors to Ass...

auto-fakra-300Today’s FAKRA connectors perform up to 6GHz and meet the rugged mechanical and environmental requirements of the automotive industry. Read More...

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CDM Electronics Now Stocks the Latest Ge...

Eaton-Micro-Military-CircularRuggedized connectors deliver unparalleled performance in mission-critical military and aerospace applications CDM Electronics, a premier authorized distributor of electronic connectors and cables, Read More...

Market Leaders Collaborate on new M12 Pu...

headliner-300x300Molex, Phoenix Contact, Murrelektronik, and binder are driving the standardization of a non-proprietary push-pull connection system  M12 connection technology market leaders Read More...

Post-Brexit: New Opportunities, New Mark...

063-PR- Intelliconnect Taurus connector range_300So here we are in our ‘apocalyptic’, ‘disastrous’ post-Brexit world just waiting for our businesses to collapse and our markets Read More...

Molex Brad Ultra-Lock Technology Makes R...

Molex-Brad-Ultra-LockPush-pull seal surpasses performance of operator-dependent threaded connectors in afraction of the time Molex is showcasing its Brad® Ultra-Lock® system, which Read More...


Learning Tools

Design Issues in High Frequency Connecto...

Engineering guidelines that have evolved for the design of electronic connectors over the years are based primarily on the current Read More...

Wearable Devices Applications for the In...

Welcome to the C&K Wearable Devices (Wearables) Applications for the Internet of Things (IoT) product training module. This module will Read More...

High Frequency SMA End Launch Connectors

Welcome to the Amphenol RF High Frequency SMA End Launch Connectors product training module. This module will discuss the basic Read More...

Training Module Part 1 of 5: Introductio...

Welcome to the Molex Introduction to Heavy-Duty Rectangular Connectors – Part one of five product training modules. This first presentation Read More...

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New Product News Roundup

New ProductIn the market for a new solution? We’ve rounded up, summarized, and linked the latest connectors, cables, assemblies, tools, and Read More...

Filtered Connector Product Roundup

New ProductCheck out this week’s product roundup for information about some of the latest and greatest filtered connectors, which can help Read More...

Push-pull Technology Makes Fast, Reliabl...

04-17-Molex1The Molex Brad® Ultra-Lock® system is designed to bring the ease of a push-pull connector to IP67/IP68/IP69K-rated sealed connections in Read More...

DIN 41612 3Q/3R-Type Connector Saves Spa...

04-17-HARTING1HARTING has introduced DIN 41612 3Q/3R-type female connectors for industrial applications. The new types are only a third of the Read More...