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Gore shows 5G, aerospace and test products at IMS 2019

Gore shows 5G, aerospace and test products at IMS 2019

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By Wisse Hettinga



5G testing continues to bring increased complexity, with higher frequency test components above 6 GHz and more ports to address. Multiple functions are integrated into a component and frequent calibration is required. At the same time, tests need to deliver highly accurate measurements for faster throughput, less calibration and downtime, and reduced overall costs.

Key to testing complex 5G and aerospace systems is the need for consistent repeatable measurements with stable electrical performance, increasing need for multiport testing, as well as  driving down size and cost.

These test assemblies deliver consistent, repeatable measurements with stable electrical performance up to 18/26.5/40/50 GHz; longer service life with durable construction that resists crushing, twisting and kinking; as well as enhanced phase and amplitude stability with flexure. Featuring lighter weight, smaller outer diameter, and a high degree of flexibility, the test assemblies provide increased throughput and reduced downtime with durable and reliable performance

Gore’s product specialist Renee Burba said, “Our purple cables are reliable, durable, and flexible. This is so crucial for our customers working with 5G applications. We continue to focus on making test assemblies that allow our customers to trust the test.”


Defense and aerospace testing is another area where Gore will feature innovative products such as GORE® PHASEFLEX® Microwave/RF Test Assemblies. Testing aircraft systems is critical. “We continue to play a key role in educating our aerospace customers on testing best practices within Aerospace,” states Gore product specialist Chris Ericksen. “I tell them you can’t trust the performance if you can’t trust the test.”

Also, on display will be Gore’s airframe assemblies, GORE-FLIGHT Microwave Assemblies, 6 Series. These assemblies are lightweight cable systems that deliver the lowest insertion loss before and after installation, ensuring reliable performance for the life of an aircraft system. The robust construction reduces total costs by withstanding the challenges of installation, reducing costly production delays, field service frequency, and the need for purchasing replacement assemblies.

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