Pulse Military & Aerospace Congratulates COMAC for C919

Pulse Military & Aerospace Congratulates COMAC for C919 First Successful Maiden Flight   Zhuhai, GD – Pulse Electronics, Military & Aerospace Business Unit is a proud supplier of high- reliability magnetic components supporting critical systems on Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) C919 First Passenger Jet. Pulse Mil-Aero has developed and manufactured both custom and…

Pulse Electronics Corporation Reports First Quarter Results

First Quarter Highlights Revenues increased by USD 2.3 million to USD 71.3 million in Q1 2017, vs. USD 69.0 million in Q1 2016. Gross Profit increased to USD 21.7 million, or 30.4% of revenue in Q1 2017, vs. USD 20.4 million or 29.6% of revenue in Q1 2016. Operating expense decreased by USD 3.3 million…

Pulse Electronics Expands Portfolio of 1×1 Ethernet Connector Modules for 100Base-TX and 1000Base-T Industrial Applications

The Industrial communications landscape is changing. More and more automation and control solutions using sensors, drives, displays, invertors, and interfaces are linked together using Ethernet based, time sensitive protocols like: Profi-Bus™ – Profi-Net™ – PowerLink EtherCAT – Ethernet/IP – Modbus/TCP Pulse’s latest “JXD“ range of compact ICM’s are designed to provide isolation and noise reduction…

Pulse Electronics Announces NBase-T Compliant Ethernet ICMs

Boosts speed on Cat5e and Cat6 networks from 1-5 Gigabits for up to 100 meters   SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pulse Electronics announces a new series of multi-Gigabit NBase-T compliant RJ45 connector modules for 2.5GBase-T and 5GBase-T applications. The NBase-T technology offers a cost-effective solution for boosting speed on existing Cat5e and Cat6 networks from 1 Gigabit…

Pulse Granted Small Slot Antenna Solution for the Metal Device

MISA_WLAN: Metal ID slot antenna for WLAN applications on laptops, tablets,Mobile devices San Diego, Calif. – April 14th, 2017 – Pulse Electronics granted its patent on an open small slot antenna structure for WLAN applications on full metal cover ID of laptops or tablets. Figure 1 The new Pulse Mini slot antenna   The new Mini open slot antenna…

IoT and CCW PR

Pulse Larsen Antennas will have a busy month of May. You will find their experts spanning the globe, from Hong Kong to Santa Clara. Critical Communications Hong Kong, May 14-16, 2017 will showcase our solutions for utilities, transportation technologies, emergency responders, government and network operators. IoT Santa Clara, May 16-18, 2017 is the place to…

Pulse Electronics Power BU Releases New PH9363/PH0416NL High Isolation Flyback Gate Drive Transformers

Pulse Electronics Power BU New High Isolation Flyback Converter Transformers (Photo: Business Wire) SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pulse Electronics Power BU, a leading provider of electronic components, is pleased to announce the release of its new AEC-Q200 qualified high isolation SMT flyback gate drive transformers. Expanding on the existing Pulse family of power transformers, the PH9363NL and…

FluidANT printing technology and FluidWRITER IV R&D printer introduction were success at Shanghai and Munich exhibitions in March, 2017

Source: FluidANT team April 3, 2017 Oulunsalo, Finland April 3, 2017 – FluidANT team of Pulse Electronics Wireless Consumer BU introduced FluidANT printing technology and innovative FluidWRITER IV R&D tabletop printer at Shanghai Productronica and Munich Lopec exhibitions.   FluidANT™ print technology enables the use of conductive ink to produce high-performance antennas, sensors, and electrical…

Pulse Electronics Military & Aerospace Business Unit Supports SpaceX In Their Successful Launch of Their Falcon 9 Reusable Spacecraft

Pulse Electronics Military & Aerospace Business Unit supports SpaceX in their successful launch of their Falcon 9 reusable Spacecraft Bristol, PA – Pulse Electronics | Military and Aerospace Business Unit is a proud supplier to SpaceX for high reliability magnetic components. Pulse MIL/AERO has expanded its Space component manufacturing and test capabilities with the introduction…