When installing antennas we all want to achieve the best possible signal, after all that’s what we are using them for! However, many factors take hold and get in the way of the signal ruining your chances of getting the best possible signal. In this blog post I aim to help you get an understanding of environmental factors that can impact the performance and things you can do to mitigate the negative impact of these.
To support a dynamic and friendly Electronics Distribution sales office and working closely with the product marketing team this is a new role in the business requiring skills in negotiation, planning and good attention to detail.
Siretta produce a wide range of antennas and in todays blog we are going to outline the basics of each series of antenna offered and some typical applications. We will also briefly cover the part numbering system that Siretta use to identify each series of antenna and the information contained within the part number.
Gateway Electronic Components seeks a motivated and talented CNC programmer to join the CanDo team. The Gateway Machine Shop specializes in machining ferrite material, this material is difficult to machine and presents many challenges. The machine shop is the only dedicated machine shop within the UK with the ability to machine custom geometries from blocks of ferrite material, it has positioned itself as a market leader and supports some of the largest companies in the world on new and emerging technologies.
To assist the sales and customer services function in a dynamic and friendly sales office, working as part of the team the customer services apprentice will need good communication and organization skills to ensure that the Gateway “Cando” spirit is maintained and that our business continues to exceed customer’s expectations.
Ferrite cores and single air gaps are very common as this technique of a single gap is able to delay the core saturation and as a results increase the cores performance. However its not all good as these relatively large single gaps cause higher fringing flux which will lead to additional copper losses in the windings, especially when operating at high frequencies. Now single gaps aren’t bad by any means as the pros out way the cons, however can we improve this technique even further and reduce the cons?
For many years at Gateway we have offered value added services to our customers based on their drawings and requirements, but recently, as the skills and size of our technical team have grown we been able to get involved in assisting customers with redesigns or finding bespoke solutions to real world problems.