May 23, 2024

RFS to showcase full portfolio of cable technologies for broadcast and communications at Asia Tech x Singapore

Radio Frequency Systems, a specialist in the design and manufacture of premium, future-ready cable solutions, today announces it will exhibit its full portfolio of cable solutions at Broadcast Asia, particularly focusing on its market-leading HELIFLEX cable for broadcast applications.


HELIFLEX cables are air-filled coaxial cables where the inner conductor is centered by dielectric spacers. This gives the RFS solution several advantages versus alternative options, including flexibility and higher power rating due to lower attenuation compared to foam dielectric cables. 

RFS has been a world leader in broadcast cable technologies for decades and will demonstrate a complete connectivity portfolio for broadcast and HF applications. The team on the ground will discuss both the technology itself, including the innovations that allow HELIFLEX to deliver high performance in extreme conditions, and additional services from RFS that aid our customers with smooth deployments.

In addition to the broadcast team, RFS colleagues will be available to discuss the wider portfolio of cable solutions for projects across a range of sectors from telecoms to industrial vertical markets. 

Although RFS is a worldwide business with a large international footprint, we have always been proud of our German heritage and ongoing production in Hannover. We are therefore pleased to be exhibiting at the German Pavilion Booth No. 6D2-13. 

Eric Wen, Sales Director North and South Asia at RFS, “We’re delighted to be exhibiting as part of the German Pavilion delegation at Broadcast Asia. We have a strong heritage in the broadcast space and look forward to speaking with customers about our ongoing commitment to delivering the very best cable solutions for the sector. As the event coincides with CommunicAsia, we are also happy to speak about our wider range of solutions that are being used to deliver lifetime connectivity for customers in an ever-increasing number of vertical markets.”