Gore has announced that Schleuniger, an international manufacturer of wire processing equipment, will showcase Gore’s high data rate cables for military and civil aircraft applications at the 2017 Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo in Milwaukee, 10th to 11th May, Booth 1732.
Gore has announced that GORE-FLIGHT Microwave Assemblies and GORE Microwave/RF Assemblies for military aerospace applications have successfully passed stringent US Army flight qualifications on the MH-47 Rotorcraft.
Gore will be featuring products from GORE Military Fabrics, GORE SKFYLEX Aerospace Materials and GORE Cables and Materials at the 2017 Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit in Nashville, 26th to 28th April, Booth 1045.
Starting this summer, GORE Microwave Sealed Airframe Assemblies will be used to improve WiFi internet access on European short-haul flights. The European Aviation Network is a next-gen platform from mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat that will provide a true in-flight broadband experience for millions of airline passengers across Europe.
It has been announced that W. L. Gore & Associates' GORE Aerospace Ethernet Cables are now qualified according to the Society for Automotive and Aerospace Engineers (SAE) AS6070/5 for civil and military applications. This industry standard supports the AS50881 EWIS (Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems) specification for high-speed data cables.
Showcasing the functionality of ePTFE technology, W. L. Gore & Associates, will be featuring products from both GOREMilitary Fabrics and GORE Cables and Materials at 2016 AUSA, 3-5th October, Washington, D.C., Booth 2733.
The successful integration of GORE Aerospace Ethernet Cables into upcoming F-16 upgrade initiatives has been announced by W. L. Gore & Associates, (Gore). Gore’s new 10-gigabit cables exceed Cat6a electrical requirements by delivering reliable signal integrity with sufficient margin for high-speed data transmission over longer distances.