It has been announced that Pasternack, an Infinite Electronics brand, has teamed with Microwave Journal to create an informative video explaining Pasternack’s new series of high-reliability coaxial cable assemblies designed to meet the urgent and specialized needs of mission-critical applications.
As part of Microwave Journal’s Frequency Matters video series, Pasternack was asked to discuss their new line of high-reliability MIL-DTL and thermally conditioned coaxial assemblies that offer a myriad of connector and cable options and are also available to be shipped same day.
Pasternack is changing the paradigm for Hi-Rel cable assemblies, enabling customers to have parts shipped the same day the order is placed. This is a game-changer for these assemblies, where the standard specification and ordering process in the industry has involved weeks or months.
Pasternack has made a significant business investment in the necessary materials, processes, test equipment and personnel to offer these military-grade, high-reliability cable assemblies in an “off-the-shelf” capacity – built and shipped same day. Each military-grade, high-reliability cable assembly also includes full test reporting and lot traceability for all component parts.
Steve Ellis, Pasternack Product Manager, said: “We are very pleased and honored to be selected for Microwave Journal’s Frequency Matters video series and to have the opportunity to inform the industry about the revolution we’ve started in the area of Hi-Rel cable assemblies. High-reliability assemblies, used in mission-critical applications for defense/aerospace, avionics, SATCOM and more, have traditionally required lead times of 12 to 18 weeks.
“Our mission at Pasternack is to be the urgent needs supplier of RF and microwave products, available to be shipped same day. We have expanded this capability for same-day shipment to include high-reliability cable assemblies and are currently offering over 250 models with MIL-DTL-17 and temperature conditioned components. In the coming months and year, our offering will be extended to include even more connector and cable types.”
To view the Frequency Matters video, click here.