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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, December 2, 2016

RF Electronic Sales to Represent Delaire USA, Inc.
Will Cover NJ, NY, and Eastern Half of PA

Delaire USA, Inc. announced today that RF Electronic Sales Company, Inc. will be its exclusive sales representative company in New York, New Jersey and the Eastern half of Pennsylvania. Both companies specialize in RF and lightwave technologies.

Loraine Hallock, President of Delaire USA said, "It's a perfect match - RF Electronic Sales is already selling to our current customers in the territory and because they have so many industry contacts, more people will learn about the great things we are doing here on the Jersey Shore, and that will certainly lead to new customers."

Bob Cutler from RF Electronic Sales said, "Our sales engineers have years of experience selling traditional RF and fiber optic cable assemblies. We see great potential here for Delaire USA in that area - especially because they are connector manufacturer agnostic. That means we will be able to provide our customers with just about any cable assembly they need. Plus, we are expanding our product portfolio with circular RF and circular fiber optic military style cable assemblies that are needed on many of the defense programs that we support."

ABOUT DELAIRE USA, INC.
Delaire USA, Inc. was established in 1994 and is a manufacturer of custom cable assemblies and wiring harnesses. Copper-based assemblies range from simple single-wire cables to complex multi-conductor cables used for RF, power, and communications. Fiber-based assemblies range from simple singlemode and multi-mode cables to complex multi-channel hybrid military assemblies. The Company also specializes in precision-engineered, niche RF and fiber optic systems/subsystems. Delaire USA has a track record of selling to all branches of the Armed Forces, numerous Fortune 500 companies, and within the telecommunications equipment industry.

ABOUT RF ELECTRONIC SALES COMPANY, INC.
RF Electronic Sales was established in 1983 and is a manufacturer's representative company specializing in RF, Microwave, and lightwave technologies. www.rfsales.com

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520



PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, October 9, 2015

Ethernet Fiber Optic Test Links Now with Differential Mode
Delay and Chromatic Dispersion Test Results

Delaire USA’s 8800 Family of Fiber Optic Test Links for Multi-Channel Bidirectional Testing single-channel testing provide approximations of worst-case fiber links to verify the ability of highspeed optical network equipment to operate at the limits of cables defined by the 802.3 Ethernet standard. The multimode fiber in the test links is now independently characterized for Differential Mode Delay (DMD) and Chromatic Dispersion (CD) to give transceiver developers and system engineers greater insight into their products’ performance. Until now, only the Effective Modal Bandwidth (EMB) provided by the fiber manufacturer, was generally available.

In the 8800 Bidirectional Fiber Optic Test Link, each channel is composed of a pair of fiber links, one transmit and one receive. This bidirectional test link architecture supports simultaneous multi-channel testing of both transmit and receive physical layer functions of a device (router, switch, server, etc.), while operating under worst-case fiber bandwidth conditions. The 8800 can be used to test performance (e.g., BER) and/or functionality (e.g., link configuration) of a single device’s transmitter and receiver or to test the interoperability of two devices - all while operating under worst-case fiber EMB conditions and now further interpreted with DMD and CD test results. With DMD and CD test results, engineers are now able to better evaluate transmit and receive launch condition variability and to better characterize how changes in wavelength affect product performance.

8800 between a router and a switch

As a multi-mode example, the IEEE 802.3ba specification defines a maximum operating distance of 150 m for 40GBASE-SR4 over OM4 fiber with an EMB of 4700 MHz-km (at 850nm). To meet this requirement, the full duplex 8800 contains four bidirectional channels (eight links) of identical fiber cut to the same length (spooled to within an accuracy of +/- 0.06%) terminated with MTP/MPO connectors. The actual length of each link is selected to provide the worst-case link bandwidth specified in the standard. The DMD and CD independent test data on each fiber is available as an option.


For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520

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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, March 23, 2015

Bidirectional Fiber Optic Test Links
Stress 40 and 100Gigabit Ethernet Optical Network Equipment

Delaire USA's new 40GE and 100GE bidirectional fiber optic test links allow full duplex physical layer system tests

Delaire USA’s 8800 Family of Fiber Optic Test Links for Multi-Channel Bidirectional Testing provides approximations of worst-case fiber links to verify the ability of high-speed optical network equipment to operate at the limits of cables defined by the 802.3 Ethernet standard.

In the 8800 each channel is composed of a pair of fiber links, one transmit and one receive. This bidirectional test link architecture supports simultaneous multi-channel testing of both transmit and receive physical layer functions of a device (router, switch, server, etc.), while operating under worst-case fiber bandwidth conditions. The 8800 can be used to test performance (e.g., BER) and/or functionality (e.g., link configuration) of a single device’s transmitter and receiver or to test the interoperability of two devices - all while operating under worst-case fiber bandwidth conditions.

Jeff Lapak, Associate Director at the University of New Hampshire Interoperability Laboratory said, 'The Delaire USA bidirectional fiber optic test link lets us easily connect devices together over a worst-case cable plant in order to verify interoperability under stressful optical conditions. Having all four channels under-stress at the same time allows for rapid and robust interoperability testing on devices like routers, switches, and transceivers.’

8800 between a router and a switch
8800 between a router and a switch (with traffic generator)

The 8800 supports both multi-mode and single-mode fiber applications. It is fully configurable to meet custom requirements where the customer defines the operational parameters of the system and can therefore be used in other standards such as OTN, InfiniBand and Fibre Channel.

As a multi-mode example, the IEEE 802.3ba specification defines a maximum operating distance of 150 m for 40GBASE-SR4 over OM4 fiber with an Effective Modal Bandwidth (EMB) of 4700 MHz-km (at 850nm). To meet this requirement, the full duplex 8800 contains four bidirectional channels (eight links) of identical fiber cut to the same length (spooled to within an accuracy of +/- 0.06%) terminated with MTP/MPO connectors. The actual length of each link is selected to provide the worst-case link bandwidth specified in the standard.


For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520

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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, September 24, 2014

New Fiber Optic Test Links
Qualify 40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet Transceivers

Delaire USA's worst-case bandwidth test equipment speeds and simplifies Ethernet component and system testing

Manasquan, NJ, September 24, 2014: Delaire USA provides an answer to a difficult question: “How do I test 40GE and 100GE transceivers?” Introducing the Delaire USA 8800 Family of Fiber Optic Test Links.

There is a test link for each of the 40 Gigabit Ethernet (40GE) and 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100GE) variants. From 40GBASE-SR4 to 100GBASE-SR10 there is now a fast and simple way to test transceivers against the IEEE 802.3 standard. The Delaire USA 8800 Family of Fiber Optic Test Links approximates the standard’s worst-case fiber lengths, and worst-case bandwidths, using real fiber.

Inside each Delaire USA 8800 Family of Fiber Optic Test Links bench-top or rack-mounted unit, there are spools of fiber that produce the worst-case bandwidths required by the IEEE 802.3ba standard. Lengths are spooled to within an accuracy of +/- 0.06%. 40GE uses four spools of engineered OM3 or OM4 fiber; 100GE uses ten spools. Connectors are mounted on the front panel.

This allows data farm installers to conduct Layer 1 tests on routers and servers at their facilities - before arriving at installation sites - and avoids costly installation and commissioning delays. It allows system manufacturers to qualify transceivers for use in their systems - and maintain quality and performance levels. The Delaire USA Family of Fiber Optic Test links also provides a practical way for transceiver manufacturers to qualify designs for the IEEE 802.3 standard and to use in their production final acceptance test sets.

“You now have a quick way to test transceivers against the 40GE and 100GE standard. Just drop the Delaire USA Fiber Optic Test Link in-between two transceivers, fire them up, and measure performance the way you normally do. It's that simple,” said Lorraine Hallock, CEO of Delaire USA. “Now you'll know how they perform against the Ethernet standard.”

Orders for Delaire USA 8800 Fiber Optic Test Links for 40GE and 100GE started shipping to leading system and transceiver manufacturers in September 2014. They were originally developed more than ten years ago for the 10GE standard. Many of the world’s system and transceiver manufacturers have used them extensively to ensure their products meet the required Ethernet performance. Delaire USA expects to work with 25GE, 50GE, 200GE and 400GE developers by providing them with customized fiber optic test links for their new product designs as these new standards develop.


For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520

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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, January 28, 2010

Delaire USA Announces National Stock Number (NSN) for
Tactical Radio Adapter Cable (TRAC) Now Available

Manasquan, New Jersey, January 28, 2010 – Delaire USA, Inc. announces that it has obtained an NSN number for its TRAC cable for MBITR type radios. This will facilitate ease of ordering for personnel in the field.

The Delaire TRAC corrects for incompatible microphone types between different headset and radio manufacturers and has been designed for use by both military and emergency personnel.

The cable is currently available to interface with the following radios, but compatibility with other radios is available (contact Delaire for details):

Nomenclature Radio NSN Delaire TRAC# TRAC NSN
AN/PRC-148 (MBIT) 5810-01-520-3927 DM31768-00 5965-01-581-7244
MBITR, RTU, URBAN 5820-01-463-5543 DM31768-00 5965-01-581-7244
MBITR, URBAN 5810-01-460-1605 DM31768-00 5965-01-581-7244
AN/PRC-152 5820-01-556-0746 DM31768-00 5965-01-581-7244
ICOM F43-GS 5825-01-C026373 DM30948-00  
Motorola XTS 5000 5820-01-545-7946 or 5820-01-549-6407 DM31337-00  
AN/PRC-127 EFJ 5820-01-509-9053 DM32466-00  
AN/PRC-117 Multiple NSNs DM32228-01  
IC-F43GS 5825-01-C026373 DM30948-00  

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520

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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Delaire USA Offers 3G Wireless Communications Test Sub-Systems

Manasquan, New Jersey, May 25th, 2005 - Delaire USA, Inc. introduces a 3G Wireless Communications Test Sub-System using CDMA2000 1x EV-DO Technology. Delaire's test sub-systems are designed to provide the high port count and functionality demands of wireless system test applications. This highly customizable system incorporates up to 128 CDMA2000 1x EV-DO cell phones or modems with individual control and RF capabilities.

Configurations include 64 to 128 3G modems or cell phones. The entire RF signal routing and multiplexing is hardwired inside the RFI hardened cabinet in a high reliability configuration to provide stable and repeatable operation.

Automation interfaces include USB (Plug-Play) and RS-232 and allow for complete control of the individual modem.

Product Characteristics:

  • Complete with CDMA2000 1x EV-DO modems or cell phones for both voice and data testing
  • Up to 128 wireless port count
  • Individual RF outputs multiplexed onto common connectors at the top of the cabinet
  • USB and RS232 device control
  • Integrated power supply with flexible configurations including 48V and 115VAC
  • RFI Shielded Cabinet


For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520


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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, September 2, 2004

Delaire USA Introduces New Products Supporting IEEE 802.11

Manasquan, New Jersey, September 2, 2004 - Delaire USA, Inc., an RF and fiber optic cable manufacturer, adds two special application connectors to its broad line of sub-miniature coaxial connectors and adapters addressing the Wi-Fi market.

The RMC-6000-B, straight plug, and RMC-6010-B, right-angle crimp connectors, are designed for use with RG-174/U, RG-188/U and RG-316/U cables and mate with PCB, card-mounted jacks. Bodies are of nickel-plated, machined brass.  Contacts are gold-plated Beryllium copper, with Teflon™ insulation.  More than 200 cable assemblies using MC Card connectors are listed in our Delaire USA Cable Assemblies Catalog in standard and custom lengths. Available on special order are MC Card jack internal PCB antenna "T" switches that are made of gold plated bodies and contacts with Teflon™ insulation.



The new RFH series connectors, are small and low profile MHF coaxial connectors with a mounting area of 3mm x 3mm on PCB and 2mm height when mated. Designed for applications operating from DC to 6 GHz, they are used for high density data and telecommunication hardware, such as PDAs, handsets, personal communication systems (PCS), global positioning systems (GPS), wireless LAN (WLAN), wireless local loops (WLL), and paging. These cable assemblies exhibit a VSWR of 1.3 max. up to 6 GHz.  The MHF connectors have a nominal impedance of 50 Ohms, with a dielectric withstanding voltage of 150V AC RMS and temperature range of -40 C to +90 C degrees. The right angle plug and RFH-4911, PCB mount MHF socket, are gold plated. The right angle plug is available on a 32 AWG coax cable assembly under the following numbers:  RFW-10506-XX, MHF plug to MHF plug, RFW-10507-XX, MHF plug to pigtail, or cut end. The RFH-4911 is available in tape and reel.

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520



PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, May 5, 2004

Delaire USA Offers Fiber Optic Link Qualification Test Boxes

Manasquan, New Jersey, May 5, 2004 - Delaire USA Introduces New Fiber Optic 1GB and 10GB Link Qualification Test Boxes.

These boxes simulate worst-case link specifications and test to 1GB IEEE 802.3 and 10GB IEEE 802.3ae. All of the fiber link bandwidths, dispersion and losses are tailored to allow the qualification testing of any 802.3 compliant transceiver. Attenuation can be adjusted to compensate for varying connector losses to the devices under test. Qualification boxes are customized to the customer's particular needs.

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520


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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, April 2, 2004

Delaire USA Now Offers Cable Assemblies Featuring MC Card Right-Angle Connectors

Manasquan, New Jersey, April 2, 2004 - Delaire USA Introduces Cable Assemblies with MC Card Right-Angle Plugs.

MC Card right-angle plugs are great for wireless and telecom devices where frequencies of up to 8GHz are needed and where space is limited. These connectors mate with PCB and card-mounted jacks.

Applications for these cable assemblies include:

  • Avaya Wireless Devices
  • Dell Truemobile® Devices
  • IBM Wireless Devices
  • Lucent WaveLAN® Legacy Devices
  • Toshiba AP's PCMCIA Wireless Network Cards

Delaire's cable assemblies can be built in both standard and custom lengths and are a perfect solution for today's wireless needs.

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520



PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, March 12, 2004

Delaire USA Now Offers Compliant Solutions to FCC Part 15 Regulations

Manasquan, New Jersey, March 12, 2004 - Delaire USA Introduces Cables and Cable Assemblies That Are Compliant With FCC Part 15 Regulations.

As a solution to FCC Regulations, Part 15, in which it is illegal to replace a stock antenna with one that provides higher gain in certain applications, thereby prohibiting the attachment of any other connector type, Delaire USA now offers cable assemblies using:

  • Reverse Polarity Connectors
  • Reverse Gender Connectors
  • Reverse Thread Configurations
  • Non-Standard Thread Configurations

Connectors are offered in the following series:

  • BNC
  • TNC
  • N
  • SMA
  • SMB
  • SSMB
  • MMCX

Applications for these cable assemblies include GPS 802.11 and other Wireless LAN systems. Delaire's cable assemblies can be built in both standard and custom lengths and are a perfect solution for today's wireless needs.

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520



PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday April 21, 2003

ANTENNA CABLES AVAILABLE FROM DELAIRE USA

Manasquan, NJ - April 21, 2003 - Delaire USA, Inc., an RF and fiber optic cable manufacturer and an Agilent Channel Partner, has announced that it now has the capability to build Antenna Cables.

Targeted at data collection activities, Delaire announces the availability of custom antenna cables intended to interface between a remotely mounted flexible antenna and the RF interface. Features include a reverse TNC connector and micro-miniature MMCX connector connected via high performance coaxial cable. Other cable/connector combinations are available, such as connector types SMA, SMB, and BNC.

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520



PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday March 17, 2003

FIBER TEST BOXES
AVAILABLE FROM DELAIRE USA

Manasquan, NJ - March 17, 2003 - Delaire USA, Inc., an RF and fiber optic cable manufacturer and an Agilent Channel Partner, has announced that it now has the capability to build Test Fiber Boxes.

Test Fiber Boxes, offered in a rack mount implementation, can be used for network simulation, equipment testing and calibration, measurement enhancements for OTDR's and a multitude of other laboratory applications. Both single-mode and multimode fiber (50 and 62.5um) are available, as well as multiple fiber lengths and connector styles, including HMS-10 diamond connectors, MTRJ, LC, FC, SC, and ST connectors. The rack style offers various sizes and types of fiber up to 40km, depending upon rack height specifications. Engineering design services are also available to help in the customization of both fiber test boxes and racks.

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520



PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday February 10, 2003

TFOCA AND M28876 CABLE ASSEMBLIES
AVAILABLE FROM DELAIRE USA

Manasquan, NJ - February 6, 2003 - Delaire USA, Inc. an RF and fiber optic cable manufacturer and an Agilent Channel Partner has announced that they now have the capability to build fiber optic cable assemblies using TFOCA, TFOCA-II® and M28876 connectors.

TFOCA (Tactical Fiber Optic Cable Assembly) is the original standard established by the US Army and joint services for tactical deployable communication systems. M28876 is the original standard established by NAVSEA for Navy shipboard and ship-to-shore applications. These connectors offer reliability in harsh environments

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520


"TFOCA-II" is a registered trademark of Fiber Systems International


PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, January 17, 2003

FIBER OPTIC CLEANING KITS
AVAILABLE FROM DELAIRE USA

Manasquan, NJ - January 17, 2003 - Delaire USA, Inc. an RF and fiber optic cable manufacturer and an Agilent Channel Partner has announced that fiber optic cleaning kits are now available for purchase. One of the most important, but often-overlooked aspects of fiber optic installations is cleaning. A dirty cable or coupler could render equipment useless.

The Delaire USA, Inc. Fiber Optic Cleaning Kit includes a training CD and all of the necessary cleaning supplies. Replacement accessories are available as well as an optional 200X hand-held microscope with adapters for LC, APC, MT-RJ and Universal.

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520

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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, November, 2002

PHASE MATCHING AVAILABLE FROM DELAIRE USA

Manasquan, NJ - November 22, 2002 - Delaire USA, Inc. an RF and fiber optic cable manufacturer and an Agilent Channel Partner has introduced phase matching capabilities. Phase matching is available in sets, in pairs, matched to a standard, matched to an electrical length or offset matching.

Testing available includes VSWR or Return Loss, Insertion Loss, Time Delay and Absolute or Relative Phase Matching. A variety of strain relief boots are available, as well as bar coding, customized packaging, assembly serialization and a multitude of labeling possibilities.

Many cable types and connector types are available. For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520.



PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, October 11, 2002

50GHZ FLEXIBLE COAX CABLE NOW AVAILABLE

Manasquan, NJ - October 11, 2002 - Delaire USA, Inc. an RF and fiber optic cable manufacturer and an Agilent Channel Partner has introduced The Screamer, a 50 GHz flexible high performance coaxial cable assembly that provides error-free data transmission at OC-768 speeds.

This 50 GHz coaxial cable assembly can achieve high-performance, low insertion loss and superior VSWR, making it ideal for telecommunications, RF/Microwave, military, aerospace, CATV and test and measurement applications. Based on low-density PTFE cores, triple-shielded construction and complimentary connectors, this cable assembly was developed with high-end performance in mind. The Screamer is available in custom lengths and is individually tested to insure optimum quality.

A three-foot cable with 2.4mm connectors is available with a 48-hour turnaround time for $250.

For further information, contact Lorraine Hallock (lori@delaireusa.com), 732-528-4520.
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