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Some RF connectors you have known

Author: Date:11/6/2019 12:18:43 AM
    ROHO RF coaxial connector series, including BNC, TNC, SMA, SMB, F-type, N-type, MCX/MMCX. Each of the RF coaxial connectors manufactured by Desso has its own characteristics and advantages, excellent workmanship and good quality. It is produced according to the international MIL-C-39012, CECC22120 and IEC60169-8 standards. The product design is reasonable and compact, reducing the installation space; the push-in interface is very suitable for quick insertion and removal, convenient and fast; high cost performance, excellent broadband performance and low reflectivity, stable performance;

 

   The bnc connector is only a common type of rf coaxial connector (English: Bayonet Neill-Concelman, literally translated as "Neil-Conseen card slot"). BNC connectors are used for the transmission of RF signals, including the transmission of analog or digital video signals, the connection of amateur radio antennas, the connection of avionics and other electronic test equipment.

 

   The TNC is considered to be a threaded version of the BNC product, the full name of which is Thread Neill-Concelman (threaded connector). The TNC series is a small and medium power connector with a threaded connection mechanism developed according to the US military standard MIL-C-39012. It has strong vibration resistance, high reliability, excellent mechanical and electrical performance, and is widely used in mobile phones, aviation control, telemetry, Bluetooth and GPS components, wireless base stations, microwave communications, radar, network equipment, antenna brackets, machine pairs. Machine communication, security and security equipment, testing equipment, etc.

 

   The F-head connector is mainly used in wireless TV, cable TV, etc., and is usually used with RG-6/U and RG-59/U cable. Originally invented in 1950. The F-type connector is simpler in construction relative to other RF RF connectors and is therefore more inexpensive to manufacture. But it has a good impedance matching of up to 1Ghz for 75 ohms and an available bandwidth of up to a few GHz. The F male connector is usually extruded and the F female has a 3/8-32 helical head.

 

   The N-type connector is a medium-sized threaded RF connector that is primarily used to connect coaxial cables. It was one of the first connectors to transmit microwave frequency signals and was invented by Paul Niel of Bell Labs in the 1940s and was named at the time. Widely cited in aerospace and defense, medical, commercial vehicles, telecommunications, telecommunications, broadcast electronics, WIFI networks and machine-to-machine communications in the industrial sector.

 

   The SMA connector is a widely used small-threaded coaxial connector with frequency bandwidth, excellent performance, high reliability and long life. The SMA connector is suitable for connecting RF cables or microstrip lines in the RF loop of microwave equipment and digital communication systems. Mainly used in aerospace and defense: handheld field devices, instruments, medical: instruments, commercial vehicles: Bluetooth, GPS, communications, telecommunications: base stations, data, communications: WIFI networks, wireless metropolitan area networks (WiMAX), industry: active / passive Components, meters, machine-to-machine communication.

 

   The SMB connector (SubMiniature version B) connector is a coaxial RF connector invented in the 1960s. SMB connectors are smaller than SMA connectors, with push-in coupling, 50Ω or 75Ω impedance versions, and excellent electrical performance from DC to 4 GHz.

 

   The MCX MMCX connector connector was developed in Europe in the 1980s and 1990s with push-in coupling for quick insertion and removal. Ultra-miniature size, small size, light weight, compact structure, widely used in small communication equipment with space constraints. Its main application areas include consumer electronics (GPS global positioning system, HDTV, wireless network TV and audio), aerospace and defense (GPS, communication systems), medical (telemetry), communications, telecommunications (GPS tracking, positioning, navigation equipment , wireless base station, wireless local area network), data, communication (wireless local area network / WLAN, wireless personal network / Bluetooth, wireless wide area network / WWAN), industrial (machine to machine communication) and so on.

 

   In the above, ROHO introduces the basic knowledge of each type of RF coaxial connector, and cites a corresponding product for users to click into the detailed information of each product. If the above content does not meet your needs, you can ask us and someone will answer your confusion.