M-style connectors come in various forms and sizes. Binder explains how to specify M-style connectors and the benefits of using an industry-standard connector. [twitter style=”horizontal”] [linkedin_share style=”none”] M-style connectorsRead More
TE recently announced the intent to form a new MSA to create a standard for a new pluggable form factor that will deliver four duplex channels at 25Gb/s NRZ per channel. [twitterRead More
With such a variety of power connectors from which to choose, C2G has put together a short guide to power connectors to make your selection quick and easy. [twitter style=”horizontal”] [linkedin_shareRead More
Wi-Fi has changed the connector and cabling content in wireless local area networks. Here’s how different types of Wi-Fi are affecting, and sometimes displacing, connectivity products in LANs. [twitter style=”horizontal”]Read More
Technology disrupters or paradigm shifts often pose serious threats to existing technology, but also open entirely new opportunities to those that recognize and espouse them. Bob Hult examines the driversRead More
Positronic offers insight into medical connectors’ characteristics and regulations to follow to ensure safety in critical applications. Just as doctors need to pass the medical boards, medical connectors are required toRead More
First designed more than 100 years ago, electric cars are making a “comeback.” So what’s driving the electric vehicle market? Electric vehicles were all the rage 100 years ago. TheyRead More
The VITA specifications enable the embedded computer industry to support military, avionic, space, instrumentation, semiconductor processing, medical imaging, and industrial control applications. The way industry standards are often viewed byRead More
JEDEC finalized the DDR4 specification in September 2012. It is expected to hit server applications first, where its initial higher price can be justified, and then reach PCs later, as the prices drop.
October 9, 2012 – RFID solutions may provide a completely new approach to product lifecycle management and value creation in the cable industry. Alexander Schmoldt of Murata explains the latest innovations and how they can transform cabling infrastructure.