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Innovation with a twist

Congratulations to Alan Ciwan the winner of Hughes Electronics' latest innovation prize.

Alan’s innovation is a device designed to speed up the process of untwisting pairs in multi-pair communication cables. The device which fits any electric screwdriver or drill bit saves hours of processing time in an otherwise labor intensive process.

Passive InterModulation (PIM) in Cellular Networks

Passive InterModulation (PIM) in Cellular Networks.

Passive InterModulation (PIM) in Cellular Networks describes the mathematical interference incurred when multiple desired communication signals result in a family of undesired signals and disturbances at high frequencies and power ratings - specifically in the ~20GHz and up to 200W ranges of operation, although also affecting lower (typically ~2GHz~/20W) regions.

Welcome News

This month’s new members of our growing family

Each month we welcome new clients to our family - this month is no different and Hughes Electronics would like to say a warm welcome to Prism Ltd. based in Hertfordshire UK, S.I.S of Kent UK and Tektronix Communications of Dallas, Texas, USA.

Above and Beyond the call of Duty

Wendy He, Hughes' Commercial Manager in China endures a 3 day quality marathon.

In a perfect world everything would run like clockwork - trains, boats and aeroplanes would arrive and leave on time, communications would never go awry, machines would never malfunction, companies would receive all their products on a Just In Time basis and all would be right with the world.

EU Cookie Law

EU Cookie Law

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e. Power to the masthead

Can Hughes Electronics e.Power concept (Ethernet over Power) offer a viable alternative to Fibre to the Masthead at cellular base stations?

The current move to Fibre to the masthead in cellular environments can provide a step change in data throughput but is it necessary Hughes Electronics ask?