new products

November 2004
CED;Nov2004, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p58
Trade Publication
This article presents information on new products related to cable television. Les Friedland Associates Ltd. has announced the CLI Buster, a device which forces technicians to tighten the F-Fittings completely, with a specified torque, at the tap plate. Mohawk has released GigaLAN VoTP, an enhanced Category 6 cable for broadband video applications. Linear Technology has announced a new family of high-speed, analog- to-digital converters that combines AC performance with low power, making them stiited for a range of cable and wireless communications systems.


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