Tools of the Trade

May 2005
Mix;May2005, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p114
The article presents information on various industrial equipments. Ready for Windows Longhorn's 64-bit power, the Two-Can64 from Coyote (www.coyoterd.com) builds on its predecessor, the Two-Can. Those wanting to transmit digital audio through tight spaces will want to look at the ultra-miniature co-ax cable from Gepco (www.gepco.com). It features a 26-gauge solid conductor housed in a broadband foil and braid shield that offers better RF/FMI protection and greater structural integrity than serve-type shields.


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