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Ardent Concepts Releases Design Update to TR Series Multicoax Connector
HAMPTON, N.H.–Ardent Concepts, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of high performance GHz connectors used in the development of next generation semiconductor applications, recently released a new design of its 20, 40, and 70 GHz Straight Mount TR Multicoax series connector. The new configuration of the TR Multicoax series offers the added convenience of thumb screws for quicker installation and removal of the connector, the company said in a press release, and is reported to reduce test time while improving user experience by eliminating the need for any tools.
According to Ardent Concepts, users of the new design can expect the same electrical performance of the TR, but in a form factor that is as simple to install as a common RS232 connector. With exceptionally low loss, the new TR Multicoax is said to ensure quicker, more accurate, and more repeatable connector performance at an even faster pace than before.
Founder and CTO, Gordon Vinther, had this to say about the new design, "Ardent has provided industry-leading signal integrity to its customers for over 15 years, and it only makes sense that the fastest multicoax solution should also be fast and easy to install," said Gordon Vinther, founder and CTO of Ardent Concepts, in a statement.
The solderless, compression mount TR Multicoax series offers 20/40/70 GHz connectors for customers with wide ranging bandwidth needs. Its small footprint means that engineers don't have to be constrained by the size of their boards, or limited in the channels they can access, the company said. TR Multicoax series is suited for markets such as IC development, communications systems, and even quantum computing.
Ardent Concepts (www.ardentconcepts.com) designs and manufactures high performance multicoax and coaxial assemblies, probes, connectors, and sockets used in the development of next generation semiconductors and electronics systems. Ardent's core technology is the used to connect: integrated circuits and printed circuit boards to instrumentation and to each other. Markets for the company's products include semiconductor, test and measurement, military/aerospace, communications, and medical.
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