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Axon’ Latvia opens the doors of its production sites on 3rd December in Daugavpils

Axon’ Cable SIA, a company of the Axon’ group specialized in the manufacture of connectors and interconnect solutions for challenging environments organizes an Open Day on 3rd December in Daugavpils, Latvia. From 10.00 am to 2.00pm, Axon’ employees, their families, and local citizens will have the opportunity to visit the main building and a new workshop. Future candidates for open positions are welcome.

The Axon' group highlights its expertise in custom-designed connectors and cables at Electronica

From industrial applications including robotics, through automotive and Electronics, to avionics and space, the list of applications for which the Axon’ group is able to design connectors, cable assemblies and interconnect solutions is extensive. All have the same goal: the need for reliable and miniature components which are easy to connect or to integrate. Electronica is an excellent opportunity for Axon’ to present its expertise in custom-designed interconnect solutions for the toughest environments. Meet us Booth 439 Hall B2, 15-18 November, Munich.

How to design optical fiber cables for interconnect solutions in harsh environments

For two decades, the need for ever-increasing capacity and speed to move data through our electronic devices has generated the deployment of millions of kilometers of optical fiber across the planet, thus enabling the creation of very high-speed networks. In telecommunications, the advantages linked to fiber optics, including high data rate and reliable transmission (EMI protection), have been known to engineers for a very long time. Today we consider technologies related to photonics to have reached maturity. However, for harsh environments, such as avionics and defense, key issues related to high temperatures, vibration, and shock must be considered to maximize the efficiency of optical technologies. In space, requirements are even more critical, as the photonic payload must also resist radiation, atomic oxygen, and outgassing.

How to Design High-Speed Digital Signals for an Onboard Network in Spacecraft

The quantity of data to be transmitted between devices onboard spacecraft can reach up to several tens of Gb/s, and that volume is constantly increasing. Data transmission is much more than transmitting 0s and 1s. The type of information, the speed, and the signal integrity are key issues which also must be considered. The high-speed links have to be adapted to the environment. When designing the links for spacecraft, engineers have to take into account parameters for outgassing, resistance to radiation, and weight-saving.



Paris Packaging Week

25 Jan - 26 Jan 2023

Paris Expo Porte de Versailles-France

Booth B133 




29 - 30 Nov 2022

Axon' Mechatronics

Lyon, La Sucrière-France



Aeromart Toulouse

29 Nov - 1 Dec 2022



Aeronautics & space


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