SV Helps Scientists in the Pursuit of Identifying Extraterrestrial Life

April 21, 2021

 The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), the world's largest, most powerful, and complex space science telescope ever built. It is designed to help scientists identify potential life signatures on other planets by detecting ammonia around six gas dwarf planets after just a few orbits.

According to Caprice Phillips, a grad student at Ohio State University, this means that scientists "may realistically find signs of life on other planets in the next five to ten years."

As a component and part supplier for the JWST project, SV Microwave has contributed to this scientific milestone and has over 60 years of RF space heritage. 

About SV Microwave
SV Microwave is a world leader in the RF/Microwave industry with over 50 years of proven performance. We design and manufacture RF/Microwave coaxial connectors, cable assemblies, and passive components designed for military, IoT, 5G, satellite, high speed, aerospace, commercial, and telecommunications applications.

SV Microwave was acquired by Amphenol Corporation in May of 2005.  Amphenol Corp. is the world's second-largest connector company, producing electronic and fiber optic connectors, cable, and interconnect systems for applications converging technologies of voice, video and data communications, industrial/automotive, and military/aerospace.

SV Microwave is part of Amphenol Military & Aerospace Operations (AMAO) division which is perfectly aligned to provide the latest technologies, cost-effective manufacturing and supply chain management, and local support to solve any military and aerospace interconnect need.

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