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Design Decisions: Choosing the Right Connector

Design Decisions: Choosing the Right Connector - RF Cafe David Cianciolo of Fischer Connectors has an primer on connector selection. "When it comes to reliable system operation, choosing the right connector is key. The right connector can make your system smaller, lighter, and easier for the user to handle. It's not a place to take shortcuts, as the right connector system can help avoid the high price of recalls, repairs, and lost customers. Conducting adequate research on the connectors and cables must be done at the beginning of a systems design process to produce the optimal design. Follow these 10 steps to research the ideal connector early in the design phase and you can positively impact the design, usability, and cost structure of your entire device."

Design Decisions: Choosing the Right Connector - RF Cafe



Posted  January 2013
 
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