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Wednesday, 07 October 2015 14:19

Switching to 4.3-10 based architectures use the new Spinner Modules

Switching to 4.3-10 based architectures use the new Spinner Modules

Changing the connection system also means that you need to have the availability of new building blocks using the new 4.3-10 connection standarh. Spinner has taken care that modules like Attenuators, Coaxial and low-Pim Test Loads,Couplers & splitters, and Tappers are available with the 4.3-10 connector to enable you to build systems with the new standard. Modules are available with IP54, IP62 and IP68 protection depending on the application area and function

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  • Spinner

    The SPINNER Group has been setting standards with its RF technology products for more than 65 years. Spinner's claim in one phrase therefore is: HIGH FREQUENCY PERFORMANCE WORLDWIDE. Spinner HF-connectors and cable assemblies are used world-wide in a large variety of communication facilities. Typical applications are mobile communication base stations, radio relay or radar installations, radio and television transmitter stations, or in medical technology.

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