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Connector Systems adds PCTEL to wireless range

28 Mar 2012

In keeping with their plan to target wireless technology for future growth, Connector Systems have signed a distribution deal with antenna specialists PCTEL.

Mark Dasent, general manager, network & wireless for Connector Systems, says he is looking forward to working with PCTEL, learning where they are strong in various markets and why.

"Over the last year we have experienced significant growth in our wireless business at Connector Systems,” Dasent says, "which is in line with our philosophy of becoming the ‘place to go’ for all wireless solutions and expertise.

"As a result we have noticed an increasing amount of requests for peripheral products to the overall wireless solution.”

The PCTEL product range includes mobile antennae, infrastructure antennae, special purpose antennae, portable antennae and accessory products.

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