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Coaxicom Cable Assemblies: Variety is the Key to Success.

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Get Julian Andrew’s take on Coaxicom’s Cable Assembly capabilities. 

When looking for your next cable assembly manufacturer for upcoming projects, it is important to know what options are actually available. Because many manufacturers specialize in only a few types of connectors and even fewer cable variations.

At Coaxicom, you will always find the most common RF connectors for your assembly, but you can also design virtually any type of cable assembly imaginable.

If you are using multiple types of specialized instruments, you may require a proprietary or very particular connections that your average manufacture may not be familiar with at all.

Coaxicom is different because not only does the company manufacture a huge selection of connectors, but can also create a custom cable assembly that is made to order so there is no need to adapt, or “make-shift”  a connection potentially losing quality and reliability.

When you choose U.S. based and globally distributed, Coaxicom as your cable assembly manufacturer there are just limitless possibilities.

Choose a connector type, quantity, cable type, length and you are ready to go with a cable assembly from the best cable assembly manufacturer in America.

The best part is that Coaxicom’s cables assemblies are crafted by experts with decades of experience.

Coaxicom now also features Microwave Distributors Company (MDC) and Midisco inventory as well.

Talk to engineering sales support today for more information at (866) 262-9426. Email: Sales@Coaxicom.com

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How RF Waves Are Used To Evaluate Specific Cancer Treatments.

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Steven Jackson explains the principles behind Magnetic Resonance Imaging.


How Does MRI Really Work Using RF Waves?

In this short video for the 100 Second Science series, Steven Jackson explains the principle behind magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Jackson, a trainee clinical scientist at the Christie Hospital in Manchester, reveals how intense magnetic fields and RF waves can be used to produce images of soft tissue inside the human body. This important and highly-sought after treatment is continuing to experience innovation.  One of MRI’s primary uses is the diagnosis of cancer as well as tracking how tumors respond to treatment. (Source: physicsworld.com, 26 Nov 2018 James Dacey,  Steven Jackson explain the principles behind magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)).


Coaxial Components Corp in Stuart is the manufacturing center for development of Coaxicom’s broad spectrum of precision connectors, inter & intra-series adapters; attenuators; terminations; phase adjusters; and cable assemblies.

Yale University researchers have also applauded the company’s development of a series of non-magnetic connectors utilized by the medical industry for MRI imaging.

Coaxicom proudly serves Customers in industries including the medical, instrumentation, aerospace, defense, telecom, wireless, alternative energy. military/defense and more.

This U.S. manufacturer delivers the quality and reliability our customers demand including Military specifications MIL-PRF 39012, MIL-A 55339, MIL-C-83517, and MIL-STD-348 as applicable.  Email: Sales@Coaxicom.com or Call 866-COAXICOM (262-9426).

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So how exactly will we hail a flying taxi?

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NASA is working with Uber on its flying taxi project..it’s closer than you think!

  • Uber partnered with NASA on it its flying taxi project called Uber Elevate
  • Uber will be working with NASA to figure out traffic management for flying cars
  • Uber also said that it is aiming to trial the flying taxis in Los Angeles, as well as Dubai and Dallas-Fort Worth in 2020

 Uber signed a deal with NASA Wednesday to help develop traffic systems for its flying car project which it hopes to start testing in 2020.

The ride-hailing service published details of its “on demand aviation” ambitions last year which it has called Uber Elevate.

It is now stepping up its efforts to make the project a reality. Uber said at the Web Summit tech conference in Lisbon that it signed a Space Act Agreement with NASA for the development of “unmanned traffic management.” This is NASA’s push to figure out how unmanned aerial systems (UAS), such as drones that fly at a low altitude, can operate safely.

 Uber wants to make vertical take-off and landing vehicles. That will allow their flying cars to take off and land vertically. They will fly at a low altitude.

This is the start-up’s first partnership with a U.S. federal government agency. NASA is also working with other companies to develop traffic management for these low altitude vehicles.

“UberAir will be performing far more flights on a daily basis than it has ever been done before. Doing this safely and efficiently is going to require a foundational change in airspace management technologies,” Jeff Holden, chief product officer at Uber, said in a statement on Wednesday.

“Combining Uber’s software engineering expertise with NASA’s decades of airspace experience to tackle this is a crucial step forward for Uber Elevate.”

The NASA deal is the latest in a series of partnerships Uber has struck to get UberAir — which is what the new service is called — off the ground.

Earlier this year it said it was working with authorities in Dallas-Fort Worth and Dubai to bring its flying taxis to those cities. It also signed partnerships with aircraft manufacturers and real estate companies to figure out where the take off and landing sites for the flying cars could be.

Uber said Wednesday that it also plans to trial the project in Los Angeles in 2020 along with the already announced cities. The company expects the price of a trip to be competitive with the same journey if done using UberX. It is aiming to get the flying taxi service up before the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles. (content credit: Arjun Kharpal


Coaxicom designs and manufactures an extensive line of standard, as well as custom microwave and RF connectors all available in 50 or 75 Ohm impedance. We have proudly served Customers in industries including the US military, automotive, medical, instrumentation, aerospace, defense, telecom, wireless alternative energy and more. Coaxicom is committed to providing outstanding service, value and quality with made in the USA RF Connectors since 1984. Coaxicom also offers world-class manufacturing capabilities necessary to deliver the quality and reliability our customers demand including Military specifications MIL-PRF 39012, MIL-A 55339, MIL-C-83517, and MIL-STD-348 as applicable. Learn more about our RF ConnectorsEmail: Sales@Coaxicom.com or visit Coaxicom.com or call 866-262-94526 (COAXICOM).

 

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Coaxicom Wishes Everyone Merry Christmas!

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May your holidays and the new year be filled with much happiness, health & success.

To best serve you our holiday schedule is below, but you can still reach us as we will be periodically                                                       checking messages and email. And you can always place an order on
www.Coaxicom.com, any day, 24/7.
Offices will be closed: Monday, December 26 and Monday, January 2.

Mission Statement

Coaxicom’s mission is to provide high quality Made in America products at economical prices and ensure uncompromised Customer satisfaction. Coaxicom’s extensive resources enable you, our Customer, to focus on your operational needs. At Coaxicom, we understand the importance of adapting our services on an ongoing basis to keep pace with our Customers’ changing needs. We continually strive to be the best every day, with each Customer we serve.

Need a Break from Food, Family & Football? Take a Ride in Tesla’s Self-Driving Car Here!

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8 cameras, 1 radar, ultrasonic sensors and a new supercomputer is all it takes to create a self driving car.  (credit: Tesla Motors, www.tesla.com/videos, November 18, 2016)

Coaxicom (Coaxial Components Corp.)Stuart, Florida, November 23, 2016

Coaxial Components Corp. also known worldwide as Coaxicom, began manufacturing in 1984 at it’s facility in Stuart, Florida. Coaxicom offers a broad line of SMA, SSMA, 3.5mm, BNC, N and TNC, as well as 50 & 75 Ohm Snap, Screw and Slide-on SMB, SMC, SSMB, SSMC and many other types. Our large selection of Inter & Intra Series Adapters; RF Connectors; Attenuators; Terminations; Phase Adjusters; Torque Wrenches and Cable Assemblies are ready for quick delivery often in days. Experts in design, custom products, specifically designed and engineered to our Customer’s specifications are also available at competitive pricing with some of the shortest lead times in the industry.. and all proudly made in the USA.

What makes Coaxicom different?

  • Huge piece part inventory ready for assembly
  • Low quantity orders accepted
  • Specialization in obsolete or hard to find parts
  • Compliant with MIL-PRF requirements
  • Certified: ISO9001:2008 AS9100
  • Delivery in days, not weeks
  • Always accessible and professional
  • Full access to engineering team
  • Flexible warehousing / shipping options

Visit www.Coaxicom.com or email: Sales@Coaxicom.com with an RFQ or questions. 

We Want To Hear From You.

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Mission Statement

Coaxicom’s mission is to provide high quality Made in America products at economical prices and ensure uncompromised Customer satisfaction. Coaxicom’s extensive resources enable you, our Customer, to focus on your operational needs. At Coaxicom, we understand the importance of adapting our services on an ongoing basis to keep pace with our Customers’ changing needs. We continually strive to be the best every day, with each Customer we serve.

 

What makes Coaxicom’s RF Connectors Better?

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Coaxial Components Corp. also known worldwide as Coaxicom, began manufacturing in 1984 at it’s facility in Florida. Coaxicom offers a broad line of SMA, SSMA, 3.5mm, BNC, N and TNC, as well as 50 & 75 Ohm Snap, Screw and Slide-on SMB, SMC, SSMB, SSMC and many other types. Our large selection of Inter & Intra Series RF Adapters; RF Connectors; Attenuators; Terminations; Phase Adjusters; Torque Wrenches and Cable Assemblies are ready for quick delivery. Custom products, specifically designed and engineered to our Customer’s specifications are produced in our Florida facility.

Coaxial Components Corp. (Coaxicom) offers world-class manufacturing capabilities necessary to deliver the quality and reliability our customers demand including Military specifications MIL-PRF 39012, MIL-A 55339, MIL-C-83517, and MIL-STD-348 as applicable. Gold plated stainless steel or passivated versions of SMA connectors are standard in order to meet the finish and corrosion requirement of MIL-PRF 39012. Interface dimensions as well as all other applicable requirements are also in accordance with MIL-PRF-39012 and other military standards where the need exists.

For more information regarding Coaxicom’s range of product, services and expertise, fill out the fields below or click here and email Sales@Coaxicom.com.

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