Test & Measurement
White Papers, 2.69 MB
Measurement uncertainty has a direct impact on the reliability of test instruments. To determine if there is a quantifiable difference in measurement uncertainty between the TDR and VNA, W. L. Gore & Associates performed a series of experiments, initially testing six cable assemblies in controlled conditions on each instrument.
Case Studies, 686.98 KB
An OEM was preparing for the North American launch of their rear-wheel-drive / all-wheel-drive SUV, which would be offered in multiple powertrain configurations. They planned to use traditional long-tube technology to vent both front and rear axles. This required a different vent-tube routing design for each unique powertrain configuration.
Case Studies, 757.24 KB
A cost-down project was completed in a fermentation plant. This project evaluated the effect of switching to new, lower-pressure-drop filters in the compressed air system that feeds their fermentation vessels.
Cables & Cable Assemblies
Industry Articles, 1.21 MB
This article, prepared by Gore Associates Robert John and Jerome Lokken, appeared in the Winter 2015 edition of Antenna Systems & Technology Magazine
Industry Articles, 1.06 MB
Application article by Jörgen Andersson in Signalen magazine, October 2006, about a Gore custom-made FireWire cable.
Industry Articles, 182.54 KB
Gore announced that its new 10-gigabit cables are being integrated into ongoing F-16 upgrade initiatives.
Industry Articles, 300.57 KB
From MPDigest.com, August 2014.
By Robert John, Product Manager, W. L. Gore & Associates
Industry Articles, 177.93 KB
Reprinted with permission of MICROWAVE JOURNAL® from the March 2010 Microwave Journal Cables and Connectors Supplement
Aircraft Sealing and Surface Protection
Industry Articles, 491.62 KB
Aircraft design and construction demands careful selection of the right materials to meet performance and safety requirements while optimizing the combination of material characteristics and properties.
Industry Articles, 379.58 KB
SMA, 3.5 mm and 2.92 mm connectors make reliable, RF components and instrumentation possible. These seemingly mundane devices are the result of evolutionary and revolutionary design, covering a 40-year period and involving several corporations. In their present state, they represent highly evolved, well-defined interface systems.
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