RF Industries Ltd was incorporated in the State of Nevada on November 1, 1979, and completed its initial public offering in March 1984 under the name Celltronics, Inc., and changed its name to RF Industries, Ltd. in November 1990. The Company together with its wholly-owned subsidiary is engaged in the design, manufacture, and marketing of interconnect products and systems, including coaxial and specialty cables, fiber optic cables and connectors, and electrical and electronic specialty cables. The Company's wireless operations also design, manufacture and sell radio-frequency wireless modems and provide mobile management solutions for wireless networks. The Company is classified into four divisions: The Connector and Cable Assembly Division designs, manufactures and distributes coaxial connectors and cable assemblies that are integrated with coaxial connectors; the Aviel Electronics Division designs, manufactures and distributes specialty and custom RF connectors for aerospace and military customers, the Bioconnect Division manufactures and distributes cabling and interconnect products to the medical monitoring market; and the Cables Unlimited Division manufactures custom and standard cable assemblies, complex hybrid fiber optic power solution cables, adapters, and electromechanical wiring harnesses for communication, computer, LAN, automotive and medical equipment. The Cables Unlimited Division is a Corning Cables Systems CAH Connections SM Gold Program member, authorized to manufacture fiber optic cable assemblies that are backed by Corning Cables Systems extended warranty. The Company produces a range of interconnect products and assemblies. The products manufactured by Cables Unlimited, Inc. include custom fiber optic and standard cable assemblies, adapters and electromechanical wiring harnesses for communications, computer, LAN, automotive and medical equipment. Bioconnect designs, manufactures, sells and provides product development services to OEMs for standard and custom cable assemblies, adapters and electromechanical wiring harnesses for the medical market. These products consist of patient monitoring cables, ECG cables, snap leads, and molded safety leads for neonatal monitoring electrodes. The Company uses OptiFlex as a trademark for its hybrid cable wireless tower cable solution. The Connector and Cable Assembly Division and the Cables Unlimited Division sell its products through warehousing distributors and OEM customers who utilize coaxial connectors and cable assemblies in the manufacture of its products. The Aviel Division sells its products to its customers and to customers referred through the Connector and Cable Assembly Division. The Aviel and Connector and Cable Assembly divisions sell products to its customer market segments. The Bioconnect group markets its products to the medical market through hospital suppliers, dealers and distributors. The Bioconnect Division also sells its products to OEMs who incorporate the leads and cables into its product offerings. The Company's products are designed to meet all known existing or proposed governmental regulations. The Company's products are Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant.