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WMX Series: 20, 40, 50 & 67 GHz

Withwave Intros High Speed MultiCoax Cable Assemblies - RF CafeOctober 17, 2019 - Withwave has introduced a new line of High Speed & High Density Multicoax Cable Assemblies (WMX Series) that provide a wide range of multiple coax connectors and flexible cable assemblies with a choice of 20, 40, 50, and 67 GHz configurations based on precision array design and superior high frequency cabling solutions.

The WMX Series are excellent signal integrity solutions for bench-top testing and automated test equipment to meet increasing demands of semiconductor test equipment and optical testing industries.

These products consist of high performance flexible assemblies which can be bundled in housings (8 and 16 channels) and the interface to board is compression type which provides lower total cost of testing by avoiding costly soldering components.

Features:

  • Frequency Range : DC to 20, 40, 50 & 67 GHz
  • Withwave Intros High Speed MultiCoax Cable Assembly - RF CafeExcellent Insertion and Return loss performance
  • Socket & Direct Contact type
  • No. of Channel : 1x8 , 2x8 Channel
  • Pitch : 2.54 mm & 4.00 mm

Applications:

  • Semiconductor & Optical test equipment
  • High speed testing module
  • Super Computing
  • 5G Communication systems

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About Withwave

Withwave is a leading designer, developer of a broad range of RF & MW Test Solutions and subsystems with a focus on Electromagnetic field analysis and RF & Microwave Signal processing.

Withwave's extensive product portfolio serves four primary target markets: Wireless communications, Test & Instrumentation, Automated Test Equipment, Network Systems.

Applications for our products in these target markets include cellular phones and base stations, data networking, Semiconductor and telecommunications equipment and  factory automation.

Withwave maintains its competitiveness by continuously innovating products and services in an environmentally beneficial and sustainable manner. We add new technologies and abilities to our portfolio of competences to ensure our long-term success.

Contact Information

Richard Song
Withwave
3F, Yurim Plaza, Dae-hak ro 14
Yeongtong-gu, Suwon, 16226, South Korea
Website: www.with-wave.com
E-mail : bwsong@with-wave.com
Mobile Phone : +82-10-9781-3019
Direct Phone : +82-70-7118-0705  

 

Posted October 18, 2019

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