Gore touts high-frequency solutions at IMS 2016

Landenberg, PA. W. L. Gore & Associates reports it has continuously expanded the company’s microwave/RF solutions at higher frequencies by designing cable assemblies that are reliable and will perform over time. The company is now addressing industry requirements for enhanced performance in the 60- to 70-GHz range, where there is increased need to maintain measurement accuracy when performing communications testing with network analyzers, oscilloscopes, and analog signal generators.

To address these challenges, Gore has developed a new 70-GHz VNA cable assembly; prototypes are currently available for evaluation. Gore will be featuring its collection of microwave cable assemblies at IMS 2016, May 24-26 in San Francisco, CA.

Also this year, Gore will be highlighting the company’s full Test & Measurement product line and will be demonstrating phase and amplitude stability with flexure with a live demonstration throughout the show. The demonstration will feature GORE PHASEFLEX microwave/RF test assemblies. These assemblies perform reliably over time without any physical changes, meaning these cable assemblies maintain electrical and mechanical integrity in environments where the other assemblies would be compromised. The unique dielectric and durable construction of GORE PHASEFLEX microwave/rf test assemblies enable them to withstand continuous movement, flexing, and exposure to harsh conditions while still maintaining excellent signal integrity.

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