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Hats off to antennas

Hughes Electronics extend their range of Cellular products to internal and external antennas in the 698-960 and 1700-2700 frequency range.

The new range of internal Top and Mexican hat antennas along with external flat panels are aimed at the fledgling SIM based wireless business systems market such as Vodafone OneNet and the soon to be announced BT OnePhone.

Cables to go?

Quarter one sees an increased demand for Hughes Electronics rapid response production facility in central London.

Originally set up for small-volume last-minute requirements, the rapid response unit has become increasingly in demand to satisfy clients’ early delivery requirements for volume contracts, necessitating the addition of two new staff to our team.

Hitting the Hot-spot!

Hughes introduce a brand new range of antennas and associated products for wireless networks in the second quarter of 2014.

Hughes Electronics new range of antennas, power and frequency splitters, attenuators and jumper leads are aimed at the Wireless indoor LAN (WLAN) or Enterprise Wireless Network Market particularly the Indoor Wireless Telephony market.

Hughes rewrite the rules on PIM

Stunned observers witness -183dBc test results on a 1 metre Jumper lead.

Hughes’ continuous development of Ultra Low PIM connectors yields another brilliant result in the battle against PIM in Cellular Networks.

Welcome News - October 2013

After a busy Summer period, Hughes are proud to welcome new members to the family.

It's always good to recognise a blossoming friendship so here’s a quick roundup of the new members of our growing family.

Bloodied But Unbowed

Hughes Ningbo staff fight the toughest odds ever to bring our clients orders through.

Typhoon Fitow created a maelstrom of misery and mayhem when it hit Zeijhang province last week causing the worst flood disaster in the history of the People’s Republic of China.

Apprentice hits the right spot

Bradley Middleton was awarded Hughes Electronics’ Best New Apprentice award at Hughes’ London headquarters yesterday.

Bradley who joined Hughes three months ago as a logistics apprentice has gained the respect and admiration of his peers.