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Addressing Changing Standards to Meet Cable Assembly Requirements in New Space Applications

Monday, November 14th

On Demand

The shift in market trends from GEO to LEO and large satellites to constellation systems has introduced several changes to environmental and reliability requirements. Furthermore, changes in system infrastructure as well as a shift from government to commercial markets have brought new requirements to the space market. This webinar addresses the way these changes affect qualifications, lot acceptance tests, and reliability standards related to cable assemblies designed for new space applications.

  • Discover qualification standards for the design and development of cable assemblies for new space applications
  • ​Understand the changes in system infrastructure as well as a shift from government to commercial markets leading the space industry which have brought new requirements to the space market
  • Address changes in environmental and reliability requirements including qualification and lot acceptance testing requirements
  •  Find out about higher volume applications and cost reduction programs for satellite constellations


 

Presented By

Presenter

Andrew Breslin

Product Line Manager – Cable Assemblies and Harnesses Fibre (Fiber) Optics and RF Components

Andy is responsible for developing product line strategy, leading go-to-market activity for data products, and P&L responsibilities for the product line. He has been with Smiths Interconnect for 10 years.

Presenter

Tim Meehan

Technical Application Engineer Resitive/Cables, Fiber Optics and RF Components

Tim has spent 25 years with Smiths Interconnect supporting the passive RF components line including Thermopad®, Diamond RF Resistives®, Attenuators, Terminations and Cable Assemblies. He has served in multiple roles supporting customers working in the space, defense, medical, commercial communication and industrial segments.

Monday, November 14th

On Demand

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