Categories
Improving Cables Performance in Harsh Environments thumbnail

Examines the constraints that may have an impact on cable performance, and the process involved in selecting the right materials based on sufficient testing to verify cables will survive in harsh environments.

English (U.S.)

Avionics in Commercial Airliner

Aerospace

Today’s civil and military aircraft require higher bandwidth, controlled-impedance interconnects using 10 Gb/s Ethernet and other high data rate protocols. But, there are risks when using standard MIL-DTL-38999 connector systems to meet newer, more demanding high-speed data transmission requirements in avionics.

English (U.S.)

Gore Aerospace Cables and Materials

Aerospace

Weight savings is an important design and modernization consideration for civil and defense aircraft to increase payload, fuel efficiency, range, and time on station. Gore offers a variety of solutions that reduce the size and weight of microwave/RF cable assemblies, and high-speed copper and fiber optic cables.

English (U.S.)

Cables Routed In Aircraft

Aerospace Civil Aircraft

Among all the considerations that shape civil aircraft design, Ethernet cables are frequently overlooked. At the same time, fast, reliable cables like those provided by W. L. Gore & Associates are essential for modern avionics, in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems, and other electronic systems, all of which rely on high-speed data transfer, signal integrity, and rugged design.

English (U.S.)