ConductRF's new POWeRUN cables provide a rugged solution for applications up to 18GHz with two Cable Diameter Solutions. WSA74 solutions can support 18GHz applications with up to 170W and WSA84 can support all the way to 345W.
Fri. Oct 7th, 2016
ConductRF's rugged & armored RF test cables for Field applications has been launched under our range name of Site-Flex. These cables are directly capable with Hand Held OEM analyzers, but with higher performance, enhanced ruggedizing and a low cost. Click Here to see more.
ConductRF's new Phase/Temp Stable solutions utilize a dielectric that does not suffer from the same effect as Teflon with Temperature change. This allows for more stable Phase in these RF cables.
Fri, Feb 8th, 2019
ConductRF is now offering Cables assemblies for VITA67.3 applications built with NanoRF Solutions from TE Connectivity who partnered with our manufacturing team in the product assembly development process. See our new data sheet HERE
Thur. March. 21st, 2017
ConductRF's new Global Distribution agreement has been formally announced. Premier Farnell's global distribution brands now all carry stock items on their web sites. The product focus is Test & Measurement and more details can be found HERE.
Aug. May. 30th, 2017
Nisko Technologies of Israel has joined the ConductRF team to both Represent and as required by local customers distribute both standard and custom solution on our behalf.
Fri. Nov. 11th, 2016
ConductRF's new Low Cost TESTeCON range of products includes its new TSA90 series of cables. With a Hi-Flexibility, Phase Stable Cable, these solutions for SMA and Type-N are ideal for most standard applications. Click Here to see more.
Industry standard D38999 Circular Connector now offers ConductRF the ability to support customers with various RF Multi-Port and Mixed Signal solutions. For maximum RF capacity we can offer 8 x BMA Connectors operating up to 22GHz or 19 x SMPM which operate up to 65GHz.
Mon. Apr. 9th, 2018
Check out Dean's interview with Raghav Kapur of EvertyhingRF. He talks about ConductRF's focus and direction in detail.