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All-Tech Electronics Expands into RF Microwave Industry with Coaxicom Line

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All-Tech Electronics Expands into RF Microwave Industry with Coaxicom Line

HAWTHORNE, NEW YORK – All Tech Electronics and Coaxial Components Corp recently announced a new distribution partnership. The new alliance is All Tech Electronics’ first expansion into the RF microwave industry. All Tech Electronics is now an Authorized Distributor of all products manufactured by Coaxicom, a global provider of RF microwave components for aviation, communications, research, and military & space applications.

Celebrating 26 years as a certified Small Disadvantage Business, All Tech Electronics has developed a nationwide network to supply key military organizations. The company provides its clients with access to comprehensive resources combined with the flexibility and service of an industry-leading small disadvantaged business.

Expanding to Coaxicom’s high-precision line is a timely addition in response to the growing needs for space and satellite development, 5G communications, new drone technology and other military applications. The initial offering includes the many core industry components such as the SMA, SMB, Type N, SSMC, MMCX and SSMA connector lines, and cable assemblies. Many of Coaxicom products are offered in both standard and non-magnetic versions. All Tech offers cross reference assistance to resolve industry matching for quick deliver requirements, made possible by Coaxicom’s extensive inventory of quick-turn components.

As a trusted go-to source, All Tech Electronics will now offer the Coaxicom’s competitive advantages in the RF industry including shorter leads times on custom manufacturing, high-quality US made components, and an extensive inventory of its vast line of adapters, cable assemblies, connectors, terminations, attenuators, resistors and other RF components. Coaxicom, a 36-year-old manufacturer, is well known for its innovation in phase-adjusters, radius connectors, non-magnetic components and high-performance attenuators.

“The focus on American-made quality has been a top priority for supply chain managers and many of today’s top defense industry contractors,” says Frank Berte, All Tech’s Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Principal. “In the midst of the current global trade environment, demand is high for quality US manufacturing in the RF industry.”

All Tech also offers a full range of services to help its customers minimize the impact of rapidly changing technology. To meet your component modification and testing needs, All Tech offers an extensive selection of diodes and transistors, integrated circuits, and electromechanical & passive parts. Their suite of value-added services available to its clients includes affordable BGA reballing and restoration, automated and manual taping, automated tinning and trim and form. The company provides bill of materials management, quality control and component modification.

We’re pleased to secure a trusted relationship with All Tech Electronics,” says Donna Haas, co-owner of Coaxicom. “Their long-standing record of excellent service for many of the military’s top suppliers opens an extensive distribution network for Coaxicom.” As a certified Woman-Owned Small Business, Coaxial Components Corp, parent company of the Coaxicom brand, offers one of the world’s largest inventories of military grade electronic components.

Coaxial Components Corp, headquartered in Stuart, Florida is the manufacturing center for development of Coaxicom’s broad spectrum of precision connectors, inter & intra series adapters; RF connectors; attenuators; terminations; phase adjusters; torque wrenches and cable assemblies. Coaxicom is ISO 9001 AND AS9100 Certified and operates under lean manufacturing principles. 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 Achieves ISO 9001:2105 and AS9100:2016 Rev. D Recertification

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STUART, FLORIDA – Coaxial Components Corp, headquartered in Stuart, Florida is the manufacturing center for development of Coaxicom RF microwave components. Under the direction of American Global Standards of Montecito, CA, the company achieved its ISO 9001:2105 and AS9100:2016 Rev. D recertifications for the Design and Manufacture of Coaxial Components & Cable Assemblies. The original certification was achieved in 2014.

Established in 1983, Coaxial Components Corp was purchased in late 2018 by two Florida businesswomen, Donna Haas and Laurie Andrews. The company is also now a Certified Woman-Owned Small Business specializing in the design and manufacturing of precision connectors, inter & intra series adapters; RF connectors; attenuators; terminations; phase adjusters; torque wrenches and cable assemblies.

Since the ownership change, the company has focused its expansion into the growing markets for radio frequency technology including the private space industry, 5G communications, drone technology and other military applications. As a nimble small business operating under lean manufacturing guidelines, the company is able to offer significantly shorter lead times for custom manufacturing and a wide selection of in-stock components due to Coaxicom’s 36-year history.

Under the new direction, Coaxicom has achieved a 32% increase in sales revenue and is providing precision components to many of the world’s leading companies including Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, Boeing, Spacex, Harris L3, Honeywell and Raytheon. Yale University researchers have also applauded the company’s development of a series of non-magnetic connectors currently being utilized in the development of quantum computing.

ISO Certification Coaxicom

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Fight the Power with an Attenuator!

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All devices require a certain amount of energy, but sometimes you are working with multiple devices that have various power requirements. This can create a difficult situation, unless you have a Coaxicom attenuator!

An attenuator is the opposite of an amplifier; it reduces the power between connections, making low power instruments compatible with its higher powered counter parts.

The reasons are clear why you should make sure you have the proper attenuators in your arsenal of connections and adapters. You never want to run the risk of damaging an instrument by delivering an excessive surge.  Too much power can ruin an entire piece of very expensive hardware. You also don’t always want to buy new often costly cable connections rated for less power.

Bottom line, an attenuator serves as both a long or short term solution and will save money along the way.

Coaxicom attenuators are made in the U.S.A. using top grade materials. By using a quality and reliable attenuator, you can maximize the performance of your equipment without having to stock up on multiple cables and other components.

There are myriad attenuator types to choose from, so make certain you are knowledgeable on the power specs for your instruments. If you need a little help, Coaxicom engineers are available and will collaborate to solve any issue or answer any question.

Additional products include attenuator kits, as well as DC blocks, GPO, flange mount and Type N attenuators. Coaxicom also offers attenuators to 300-watts.

For more information, RFQ or find the nearest distributor, contact the Coaxicom:
www.Coaxicom.comSales@Coaxicom.com – 866-COAXICOM (866-262-9426 )

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Coaxicom’s Between-Series Attenuators

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Coaxicom has also expanded its product line to include cost-effective, space saving fixed coaxial attenuators which also double as type N to SMA adapters. They operate to 18 GHz, and are available in 1-dB increments to 20 dB. Accuracy is +/-0.3 dB to 6-dB, and +/-0.

5 dB to 20-dB. Maximum VSWR is 1.10, 1.20, and 1.30 to 4, 10, and 18 GHz respectively. They are rated for 2 watts average power @ 250 C, and derate linearly to 0.5 watts @ 1250 C. Body and connectors are passivated stainless steel, and conductors are gold-plated beryllium copper.

The part number is 5910–*– **– (dB), where * is the first connector type (NM for N male, or NF for N female), and ** is the second connector type (SM for SMA male, or SF for SMA female). For example, the part number for a 6-dB attenuator with a type N male and a SMA female is 5910–NM–SF– 6. Overall lengths of the units are 1.32” to 1.53”, depending on the connector configuration selected.

 

For information on the attenuators described here or other products from Coaxicom’s broad line of connectors, adapters, terminations, attenuators, phase adjusters, DC blocks and torque wrenches and cable assemblies; contact Scott  at 866.Coaxicom (866-262-9426) or via email to ScottA@coaxicom.com.

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BNC Adapters

Coaxial Adapters in Demand

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Inter and intra series coaxial adapters and wave guide-to-coaxial adapters are some of the more common components used in RF, microwave and wireless applications. OEM’s and manufacuturing and engineering test facilities are continually required to provide temporary or permanent connections between the many coaxial and waveguide series in use. This is particularly true today where long established connector series (N, TNC, BNC, 8874, 900, SMA,e tc.,) must be mated with interfaces introduced later (3.5mm, 7/16 DIN, SSMB, SSMC, MCX, 7mm, etc.).

Recognizing this need, Coaxial Components Corp maintains a large inventory of MIDISCO and Microwave Distributors components. Some of the most common and some not so common inter and intra series coaxial and coaxial-to-wave guide adapters are available. We can also supply wave guide transitions in standard and double ridge configurations. If you have a requirement not shown in the catalog or our cross referencing tool, simply request engineering assistance through our website or call 772-287-5000.

The user should bear in mind that for best performance, the usable frequency for a given adapter is established by the operating range of the lower frequency interface on the adapter. As a guideline, a table is provided below to summarize the recommended frequency range of the more common coaxial interfaces. These guidelines represent the range for optimum performance. Most adapters are usable at higher frequencies with limitations.

Coaxicom manufactures standard and precision adapters. Standard adapters are usable to frequencies less than 12 GHz for N and TNC, or up to the recommended frequency range for the other series. Precision adapters use an “X” prefix for the part number and feature stainless steel construction for a more precise interface and an extended frequency range for the N and TNC series. In the case of precision N, TNC or SMAs interfaced with lower frequency series (ie: XBM-SM, XNF-BM etc.), the precise construction and stepped internal transition yields improved performance beyond the normal operating range of the lower frequency series.

Expanded InStock inventory of RF Electronics

STUART, FLORIDA – In Q4 2018, Coaxial Components Corp began its quest to substantially grow its market share of the global RF electronics industry. The 30-year old company was purchased by its long-term executive team along through its new partnership with HaasTech Capital. The acquisition also included the assets of Microwave Distributors Company and MIDISCO, two industry leading distributors once owned by Coaxicom’s founder who bundled the assets into the transaction.

Since the December acquisition, the company has secured contracts with a key supplier to major telecom companies in their race to develop a nationwide 5G wireless network. The company’s growth plan also includes increased revenue from the availability of the MDC and MIDISCO inventory, leading to the expansion of the company’s Florida operations.

Electrical engineer David House, joined the Coaxial Components Corp from his most recent post at Elon Musk’s Tesla Energy and Transportation Group. “David’s expertise in engineering will enable us to provide our customers with engineering solutions and product knowledge at the highest level possible,” says Donna Haas, Owner & Managing Director. “He will interface with project engineers at all phases of RF design”.

Scott Arensman relocated to the South Florida Coaxicom division, bringing with him a wealth of corporate sales experience. Haas adds, “Scott brings 30 years of consultative sales experience in working with engineer and design teams. Coaxicom will continue to recruit and retain top industry talent to competitively create value in our customers RF system designs and supply chain challenges.”

According to the Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch Report from March 13th, the worldwide market for RF Coax Connector is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly 5.4% over the next five years. The growth will reach 4940 million US$ in 2024, rising from 3610 million US$ in 2019.

Coaxial Components Corp’s Coaxicom brand provides the company a competitive edge providing flexibility for quicker turnaround times, higher quality and custom design capabilities. Coaxicom offers US manufacturing of its high precision line of coaxial cable assemblies, rf connectors, adapters, BNC connectors, and other electronic components. The company’s acquisition of the vast Microwave Distributors and MIDISCO inventory makes Coaxial Components Corp a one-stop resource for a wide range of parts from a variety of manufacturers over the past 55 years. Research and cross reference tools are available at the Coaxicom.com.

Coaxicom Ownership

LEIMAN SELLS COAXIAL COMPONENTS CORP. TO TOP EXECUTIVE

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STUART –   After 55 years in the precision RF connector business, North Palm Beach’s David Leiman announced the sale of Coaxial Components Corp and its affiliated companies on Friday, December 7th. The sale of the privately held global manufacturer based in Martin County completed the transition of leadership to Managing Director Julian Andrews, who has been with the firm since 1989 and has been overseeing daily operations for the past 8 years.  

New owners, Laurie Andrews of Jensen Beach and Donna Haas of Stuart, announced the acquisition of the firm, which also included the assets of three additional affiliated companies previously based in New York and Florida. As a result of the transaction, Leiman resigned from his position of President, ending a prestigious career of nearly 60 years. Leiman, who has been recognized as an industry icon, was pleased to see the company’s legacy continue to evolve as a woman-owned entity. The company offers one of the largest inventories of military grade electronic components due to the merge of Coaxicom, Dal-Tech Devices, Microwave Distributors Company and MIDISCO.

“The demand is high for quality US manufacturing in this competitive industry that has been inundated with low-quality imports over the past decade,” says Andrews.  “The focus on American-made quality has been a top priority for supply chain managers and many of today’s top defense industry contractors.” Andrews previously served as the Director of Operations for Coaxicom.

As CFO Donnas Haas of Haas Tech Capital will bring new financial leadership to the company which has generated revenues in excess of $20 million.  Haas will implement an innovative growth plan, designed to take advantage of the strong manufacturing outlook, while developing new markets for the industry-leading Coaxicom and MIDISCO brands.  Under Haas’ stewardship, Coaxial Components Corp will reposition its sales strategy to focus on capturing greater market share of the rising demand for quick delivery, US-manufactured product lines. “I look forward to working with the team to continue to expand Coaxicom’s global position,” says Haas.

Coaxial Components Corp headquarters in Stuart is also the manufacturing center for development of Coaxicom’s broad spectrum of precision connectors, inter & intra series adapters; RF connectors; attenuators; terminations; phase adjusters; torque wrenches and cable assemblies. Coaxicom received the Import Excellence award from the Martin County Business Development Board in 2013.  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 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 and a full menu of other precision components for over 30-years.

Coaxicom 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.

The Cable Assembly of your Dreams!

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Maybe saying “Cable Assembly of your dreams” is a little silly, but when you think about everything you go through to get the right cable, it can be a huge pain in the neck. You go to a website and they have the cable type you are looking for, but available in only half the length you want. So you buy a coupler and two cables. Instead of purchasing one item, you now have 3, which is something else you didn’t want to do.

What if you go to the website and they don’t have the cable you are looking for at all and you need to buy various adapters? All you are doing is affecting the performance of an overpriced and shoddily made cable!

Thankfully, you can now build your own cable assembly with Coaxicom! The cable assembly available on the Coaxicom site is the most advanced on the internet! Get the exact cable you want, in the length you want with the connectors you want. With a custom made cable assembly, there will no longer be testing multiple cables, adapting, coupling or jumping through various hoops like you may have in the past!

 

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Get a Quality Cable Assembly, Made in the U.S.A.

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For years, people have been choosing inexpensive Imported connectors for their components. Though saving money comes at a price and folks have realized the cash they are saving now comes with consequences down the road. Cheaply made parts not only run the risk of breaking down easily, but the quality of the products affects how they operate as well. Noise, fuzz and interference are much more prevalent in a cable assembly that was made overseas. When lower grade copper, bad insulation and poor manufacturing practices are combined, you get a bad product.

The money that you wind up saving just goes towards the replacement of the cable a few months or a year down the road. When you choose a cable assembly that was made in the U.S.A. however, you not only get the peace of mind of getting customer service you can understand, direct from the manufacturer, but you are also getting a much higher quality cable assembly made by trained professionals.

Not only are you helping a company by buying American, you are also getting the best cables you can get! When you purchase a cable assembly from Coaxicom, you are investing in the future of your devices. By not having the noise and by having the extra durability, you will be extremely happy with the performance of the cable as well as its longevity.

Don’t skimp on the cables! Get a custom cable assembly from Coaxicom today!

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Right-Angle Bend (RAB) Assembly 3221-1-“L” Outperforms SMA Right Angle Connector

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Coaxial Components Corp. (Coaxicom) – STUART, FLORIDA –  There is little doubt that electrical components in today’s high-tech industries are getting smaller and smaller.  Retrofitting RF connectors to meet increasing frequency requirements often presents a challenge utilizing the standard SMA series.  As a result of the increased demand for better electrical performance, Coaxicom employed design innovation to resolve the conflict between size and frequency.

Typical mitred Right-angle SMA cable connectors cause significant reduction of electrical performance in cable assemblies, particularly at higher frequencies.  Coaxicom’s Right-Angle Bend (RAB) Assembly provides an alternative to the standard right angle SMA coaxial connector with a low-profile device, delivering increased electrical performance at higher frequencies.  The 3221-1-L series of pre-bent right angle assemblies use the center conductor of .141″ semi-rigid cable as the contact.  “L” represents the overall length of the RAB.  This fact, combined with Coaxicom’s ultra-short SMA male, provides the same or a smaller profile than a right-angle connector, but without the performance penalty.

Typical VSWR of these assemblies is 1.10 to 18 GHz, while a similar assembly using a conventional right angle connector is typically 1.30.  An SMA male to SMA male swept radius cable assembly has a typical VSWR of 1.17 at 18GHz.   User specified lengths to 60” are available.  RAB assemblies also provide a cost-effective and dependable alternate to radius swept adapters.  RAB assemblies and adapters using other connectors and cables are also available.

Coaxial Components Co3221rp is a Florida-based manufacturer and supplier of RF Connectors, attenuators, terminations, adapters and cable assemblies.  The company serves customers in the telecommunications, aerospace, industrial, energy, transportation and military sectors.  All Coaxicom connectors conform to MIL-PRF-39012 and interface dimensions per MIL-STD-348 or industry standards.  For more information or to order a product catalog, visit www.Coaxicom.com or call 866-Coaxicom or email direct at Sales@Coaxicom.com.