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Yageo : PIFA ceramic antenna suits compact mobile devices
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9/1/2009   Post a comment
Yageo has released the 3216 PIFA ceramic antenna catering to compact mobile device applications.
Phoenix Contact : Bluetooth adapter enables wireless Ethernet
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9/1/2009   Post a comment
The Bluetooth Ethernet port adapter FL BT EPA AIR SET from Phoenix Contact is a rugged and reliable “wireless Ethernet cable” to transfer control data to machine units that are either moved frequently or are mobile in rugged industrial environments.
Link Microtek : Coaxial rotary joint is circuit board mounting
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9/1/2009   Post a comment
Link Microtek has introduced a circuit-board-mounting coaxial rotary joint. Featuring a wide operating frequency range of dc to 5 GHz, the AMCORJ-PCB-SCA1 device is designed to allow a coaxial cable to be rotated through 360 degrees while connected to a printed circuit board.
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