SPINNER Adapter 4.3-10 to NEX10®

The NEX10® market is growing―and with it the SPINNER portfolio

NEX10® products are increasingly penetrating the market, thus also generating a need for even more adapter versions for combining them with older connectors used in mobile systems.

What Does 5G Broadcast Mean for Broadcasters?

The trend among consumers is shifting from conventional “linear” television watched at home to mobile on-demand videos. In other words, movies and news reports are increasingly being consumed on the go. This is imposing significant additional loads on mobile communications networks, and cell sites can only support a limited number of recipients.

New Surge Protector for 5G and Tunnels

SPINNER is ready for the future with its new BN 766440 surge protector. This product meets all major requirements for today’s and tomorrow’s mobile communication market.

Frankfurt’s MAIN TOWER Goes Wireless With a Solution Featuring SPINNER Components

A 55-storey, state-of-the art office high-rise in the heart of downtown Frankfurt, the MAIN TOWER is among one of the more prominent features of the riverside cityscape. Its occupants – prestigious banks, international law firms and consulting companies – expect nothing less than ubiquitous coverage for mobile communications throughout the building. B.Schmitt mobile was tasked to plan and install a network that would meet these demands. It features components furnished by SPINNER.

NEX10® Connectors Now Also on SF1/2” Jumper Cables

In 2019 we joined the vanguard by incorporating the NEX10® system into our connector portfolio. And what began with adapters and test equipment is continuing to grow. We are now also offering this new connector system for our jumpers. It has already been available for SF1/4” und SF3/8” jumpers, and starting immediately is also being launched for SF1/2” jumpers. You can choose NEX10® male, male right-angle, female, or female bulkhead connectors.

Antenna Monitoring System - How Does Fault Detection Work?

Earlier this year, we presented our new distance-to-fault feature: a passive solution that locates faults for fast repairs. Customers showed great interest in it and asked a number of questions, including: How does the passive distance-to-fault method work? What kind of faults can be detected? Can it detect minor problems in the system or only major faults?

1.00 mm Connectors & Adapters – Help for Frustration in Testing Labs

1.00 mm coaxial connectors are standard in RF labs worldwide. In fact, they are must-haves for engineers who perform measurements in the range up to 110 GHz. However, their conventional design suffers from a problem: the pitch is too coarse, i.e. the axial distance between the threads is too great.

SPINNER Launches High-Power Filter for NextGen TV

The worldwide rollout of the new ATSC 3.0 broadcasting standard is driving a burgeoning market. Its novel approach to content distribution paves the way for an enhanced media experience. More and more existing ATSC 1.0 broadcasting stations are being upgraded with new equipment, also for the passive transmission path between the transmitter and the antenna, in which mask filters and other components play important role. For this purpose SPINNER has extended its portfolio by a new tunable UHF mask filter for ATSC 3.0 for power levels up to 30 kW.

Omni Chip Antennas: Guard Against Interference from Metal Surfaces and Constructions

Omni chip antennas feature low-profile designs that let them be inconspicuously installed on ceilings. Architects love them. But there is one thing that many people aren’t familiar with: omni chip antennas are sensitive to interference from nearby metal constructions. So what to do?

Contactless Data and Power Transmission Replace Slip Rings in Rotating Applications

The new compact transmission systems from SPINNER ingeniously combine contactless data transfer, which has proved itself in real-time bus systems, with the ability to supply up to 750 watts of power at 24 V and 48 V industrial voltages. As an added benefit, there is room in the hollow cores for device-specific connections to the rotating unit.