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Characteristics of Typical Millimeter Wave Connector

Author: Date:5/8/2019 12:21:41 AM
 The development of RF connectors should be miniaturized, high-density, high-speed transmission, and high-frequency development. Miniaturization means that the center of the connector is smaller, and the high density is to achieve large core number. High-density PCB (printed circuit board) connectors have a total of 600 core contacts and up to 5000 cores for dedicated devices. Future developments prove that cillimeter-wave connectors will be in an increasingly important position.

The millimeter wave connector is a general term for connectors operating in the millimeter wave band. The frequency of operation is generally required to be greater than 30 GHz, and the body size is small. The typical classification is as follows:

1, 3.5mm connector

The 3.5 mm connector is particularly suitable for use on test equipment due to its precision and good wear resistance.

2, 2.92mm connector

The 2.92 mm connector is similar in construction to the 3.5 mm connector, but will be smaller, allowing an operating frequency of 46 Ghz, and its inner conductor size is the same as that of the SMA, making it ideal for use on systems and test instruments.

32.4mm connector

The successful development of the 2.4 mm coaxial connector marks a new step in the development of the millimeter wave connector, which can be applied to a wide range of fields, and is the first product with three levels of production grade, instrument grade and metering grade.

April 1st, 85th and 1.0mm connector

The 1.0 mm connector is the world's smallest millimeter wave connector with an inner conductor diameter of 0.43 mm (50 Ω) and a maximum operating frequency of 110 GHz.