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Radio frequency connectors ensure secure transmission of analogue and digital signals. We offer RF-connectors from many of the leading suppliers on the market. Additionally, we have a wide variety of standard connectors for a range of applications.

Our skilled experts have many years of experience within engineering and production of coaxial connectors, thus you are always ensured customer specific solutions with optimal performance.

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Connector Types

4.3-10 connectors offer very low PIM performance, with the added advantages of low weight and compactness. A key feature of this connector is the separation of the electrical and mechanical plane, which results in a lower coupling torque and the possibility of offering the connector with screw, hand-screw and quick-lock design, thus simplifying the installation effort and offering for all mechanisms a very high and reliable electrical performance independently from the torque applied.

Also available in 4.3-10 Plus interface.

N connectors are available with 50 ohm and 75 ohm impedance. The frequency range extends to 18 GHz, depending on the connector and cable type. The screw-type coupling mechanism provides a sturdy and reliable connection.

N connectors are available for flexible cables, for semi-rigid cables and for corrugated copper tube cables. Cable entries include clamp, crimp and solder types, as well as Quick-Fit for corrugated copper tube cables.

7/16 connectors are mechanically very rugged coaxial connectors with a screw lock mechanism. They have a characteristic impedance of 50 ohm and are applicable with excellent electrical properties up to 7.5 GHz. Transmission of medium to high power with radio transmitters and low PIM transmission of received signals such as in mobile phone base stations are typical applications.

QMA coaxial connectors are in accordance with QLF standard and available with 50 ohm impedance. The frequency range extends to 18 GHz, depending on the connector and cable type. However, most of the QMA connectors are return loss optimised for frequencies up to 6 GHz.

The interface is based on the SMA dimension, but instead of a threaded coupling mechanism, a new snap-lock mechanism is used. The QMA interface has a very similar performance to the SMA, but it additionally offers an easier, faster and safer coupling operation, helping customers to save significantly on time during production.

The packaging density of QMA is increased compared to SMA connectors thanks to the fact that no torque spanner is required to fasten the coupling nut. QMA is not intermateable with SMA. QMA connectors are also available as a waterproof version (IP68) and are compatible with QLF standard.

QN coaxial connectors are available with 50 ohm impedance. The frequency range extends to 11 GHz, depending on the connector and cable type, however most of the QN connectors are return loss optimised for frequencies up to 6 GHz. The interface is based on the inner dimensions of the N connector, but, instead of a threaded coupling mechanism, a snap-lock mechanism is used.

The QN interface has a very similar performance to N, but in addition it offers an easier, faster and safe coupling operation, helping customers to save significantly on time during production of their systems. The packaging density of QN increased compared to N thanks to the fact that no torque spanner is required to fasten the coupling nut. Additionally, the outer dimensions of QN are smaller than N, leading to the advantage that even TNC-size flanges can be used at QN connectors.

QN connectors are also available as a waterproof version (IP68).

TNC connectors are threaded RF connectors applicable from DC up to 11 GHz. 50 ohm TNC and 75 ohm TNC connectors are intermateable without restrictions.

TNC 50Ω

The threaded coupling mechanism improves control over the interface dimensions and allows them to be used under a higher environmental load than BNC, especially under a high vibration load.

TNC 75Ω

Within the internationally standardised TNC mating face dimensions a perfect 75 ohm characteristic impedance cannot be realised. However, at frequencies up to 1 GHz the small impedance deviation is negligible for practical applications. The threaded coupling mechanism allows them to be used under higher environmental load than BNC.

BNC is a popular connector series featuring a two stud bayonet coupling mechanism, which is particularly useful for frequently coupled and uncoupled RF connections with frequencies up to 4 GHz. BNC connectors are available for 50 ohm and 75 ohm applications.

BNC 50Ω

BNC 75Ω

BNC 75Ω REAL

Real 75 ohm BNC connectors are suitable for applications up to 3 GHz, contrary to the conventional 75 ohm BNC connector types, which are applicable up to 1 GHz only. With full crimp technique, they can be assembled quickly and easily to all convenient cable types. Thanks to good electrical properties they are suitable for different applications, such as broadcast, telecommunication, etc.

SMB subminiature connectors are suitable for applications from DC up to 4 GHz. The SMB snap-on mechanism provides a fast and reliable connection for applications with high packing density.

UHF connectors do not have defined impedance. They are intended for applications up to 200 MHz where mechanically robust connectors are required. They are mateable with 4 mm banana plugs.

The SMC subminiature connector series is based on the same design as the SMB and SMS series. Due to its screw-on coupling mechanism, the SMC subminiature connectors are suitable for applications up to 10 GHz. The SMC screw-on mechanism permits a vibration-proof connection suitable for semi-permanent connections and for use in mobile equipment with low VSWR requirements.

SMA connectors are precision connectors for microwave applications up to 18 GHz. The extended frequency version operates with excellent return loss performances up to 26.5 GHz. There is a large variety of applications for SMA connectors, such as in telecom, test and measurement, instruments, avionics, etc.

SMA is classified into the two categories standard SMA connectors for high-end applications, or applications subject to rough conditions, and ECO SMA connectors for high volume.

MBX/MFBX/MMBX connectors are especially developed for board-to-board and board-to-module RF interconnections. The mechanical design is outstanding, allowing the MBX/MFBX/MMBX to cope with mechanical misalignment in radial and axial directions and still hold an excellent electrical performance. These series are the answer to higher integration and miniaturisation. They are the perfect solution for multiple connections from board-to-board and complex stack-ups in radio module applications.

The connector series SMP-SL, SMPM, SMPM-T, SMP, MMCX and MMPX are mainly used for connections to a PCB. The different connector series offer a wide range of products suitable for various applications.

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11 N-50-3-29/133NE

Rett N Han kontakt for kabelmontasje|N Hann konntakt 50ohm|Kabelgruppe U9 (RG 223)
22642843

11 N-50-7-44/133NE (RG214)

Rett N hann for U32 og U43 (RG214, GX_07272 o.l.)
22642845