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Schaffhausen, Switzerland
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TE Connectivity releases new insert arrangements for ARINC 600 next-gen receptacle connectors - News

January 07, 2014
HARRISBURG, PA. TE Connectivity has released insert arrangements for the ARINC 600 next-gen receptacle connectors, which are designed for commercial and military avionics for air-to-ground communications and collision avoidance.

TE Connectivity's Ruggedized Optical Backplane interconnect system supports VITA 66.1 standard - News

November 07, 2013
HARRISBURG. TE Connectivity has announced the new VITA 66.1-supported Ruggedized Optical Backplane interconnect system, with intermatable connectors. It was designed for high-bandwidth applications like High-Definition (HD) video and images, as well as computing applications requiring optical infrastructure.

TE Connectivity reveals latest ruggedized connectivity solutions at DSEI 2013 - News

September 10, 2013
LONDON. TE Connectivity demos its latest products to attendees at the Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2013 conference in London, UK, at booth #N6-120, September 10-13. TE is featuring the following:

RF connectors and VITA 67 - Product

May 01, 2013
New RF connector modules from TE Connectivity in Harrisburg, PA, are designed for rugged embedded computing applications that leverage the OpenVPX architecture. The Multiposition RF connector modules were developed to meet VITA 67.0, 67.1, and 67.2 standards that define the RF connector mo...

New connector options benefit C4ISR design - Story

February 07, 2013
Connectors today represent decades of lessons learned. The real magic is how these lessons are blended such that an optimal solution is realized, especially when it comes to modern C4ISR systems.

Rugged UAV connectors meet the end-to-end challenge for speed and space savings - Story

July 27, 2012
The increasing capabilities of UAVs mean heavier demands on signal processing. Embedded computers are evolving to provide high data rates while becoming smaller and lighter, demanding new I/O connectors to prevent bottlenecks in communication.

Expanding options in VPX connectivity - Story

October 12, 2011
VPX embedded systems require robust interconnections to achieve and maintain signal integrity. Commercial technology is being ruggedized and adapted for use in power (VITA 62), optical (VITA 66), and RF (VITA 67) applications to supplement the qualified digital backplane connectors and complete the high-performance architecture?s interconnect technology set.