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Bruce Bishop, TE Antennas Engineering Fellow
This TE engineering fellow has been connecting with antennas since the age of ten.
Engineers at consumer companies are trying to put more components together in smaller, slimmer, and smarter wearables.
TE's anti-buckling micro SIM card solution for smartphones is low in height, but high in strength and versatility.
TE's Engineering Fellow Bruce Bishop has been connecting with antennas since the age of ten, and is the go-to guy for antenna solutions.
Egbert Stellinga, product expert, connects sales, operations, engineering, and customers for mobile device A/V and DC jacks.
TE’s Eric Himelright speaks about consumer devices and how his team delivers for its customers in a fast-paced world.
Felisa Chuang is an antenna professional and a business woman, focused on continuous improvement in antennas, wireless connectivity, and herself.
Jennifer Love is our product manager for spring fingers, interconnects used for grounding in miniature devices to prevent EMI and static.
TE's Mike Lockyer shares his approach to differentiating the team from others in the competitive marketplace.
Nicholas Langston, Jr. discusses his vision at TE, where the Internet of Things connects with fashion.
Bob Smithmyer started his TE career in Sales, learning early the value of a strong Sales force and being responsive to the needs of the customer.
Ask Ron Brennian about college wrestling, and he’ll talk to you about teamwork and self-reliance. He applies both to meet the rapidly changing need for antennas.
Field Engineer Samir Vasavda values TE Connectivity’s strength of resources and its nimbleness in a market with a rapid product life-cycle.
Advanced wireless control and monitoring for utility systems and public services are transforming how cities perform. The result is helping us reimagine our concept of the city.
TE Fellow Bruce Bishop projects his hope for the future of energy harvesting.
Wearable technology is offering personal metrics and insight for a better life.
Today's consumers expect seamless connectivity wherever they go. TE provides solutions.
TE Product Manager Egbert Stellinga describes a vision of connectivity development in the input/output (I/O) world, designed to help customers build connectors faster.
Wearable electronics have evolved from life-saving devices to fashion accessories and range from activity monitor bracelets, smart watches, and smart glasses to GPS enabled shoes: all of which now have a growing market demand.
We offer a broad portfolio of spring finger grounding connectors in a wide range of types and sizes to meet diverse application requirements.
White paper discusses high-speed I/O interconnect solutions that address industry trends for both consumer and enterprise markets.
This white paper discusses the next generation module card interface, designed for smaller, lighter, and thinner computing devices.
It’s the smart wearables that are always connected that will lead the onslaught of wearables to the market.