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September 28, 2011
L-com (News - Alert), a manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, announced partnership with PIDSO, a Vienna, Austria-based designer and manufacturer of customized antennas for wireless applications, to distribute L-com’s wired and wireless products in central Europe.
“PIDSO is a key partner in our global distribution network,” said Mark Jaworski, L-com International Sales Manager, in a statement. “Working with them extends our reach and allows a greater customer focus in Europe.”
Founded in 2006 in Vienna, PIDSO focuses on the development of high frequency antennas for different applications like WiFi (News - Alert), WHDMI or unmanned aerial vehicles. PIDSO has already developed ultra-lightweight carbon antennas.
“This partnership brings a lot of benefits to customers in Europe,” said Christoph Kienmayer, founder of PIDSO, in a statement. “Now everyone can choose from a variety of products, reaching from high tech ultra-lightweight carbon antennas to standard rubber ducks for WiFi applications as well as connectors, cables and special equipment. Therefore PIDSO can offer the largest antenna portfolio together with exclusive service and fast shipments Europe-wide.”
L-com offers a wide range of solutions and customer service for the electronics and data communications industries. The company manufactures cable assemblies, connectors, adapters, computer networking components, and custom products, as well as the Hyperlink line of wireless products.
Recently L-com announced a new line of industrial media converters, which are DIN rail-mountable and able to support up to 80-kilometer transmission distances over single mode cable. Prior to this, in April, L-com launched new CAUZALAL-xx and CAUZALB-xx products combining latching USB cable technology with low-smoke, zero-halogen cable. These products are designed for military/aerospace applications where vibration is an issue.
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Edited by Rich Steeves