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A Simple Guide to RF Connectors

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What's the difference between SMA and SMB? Find out in this simple RF Connectors Guide.

RF connectors, also known as coax connectors, help transmit radio frequency signals by connecting transmission lines to various applications.

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A Simple Guide to RF Connectors

  1. 1. RF/Coax Connectors A simple guide for the perfect fit TRIMANTEC.COM
  2. 2. RF connectors, or coax connectors, help transmit radio frequency signals by connecting transmission lines to various applications.   TRIMANTEC.COM
  3. 3. THEY'RE MAINLY USED WITH COAXIAL CABLE AND FOUND IN TV RECEIVERS, TWO-WAY RADIO, WI-FI DEVICES WITH ANTENNAS, AND INDUSTRIAL AND SCIENTIFIC MEASURING INSTRUMENTS. RF CONNECTOR APPLICATIONS
  4. 4. Coaxial Cable The space between the inner and outer conductor is the impedance. The consistency of this measurement is very important to the function of a coaxial cable. UNDERSTAND HOW COAXIAL CABLE WORKS
  5. 5. CONSTANT IMPEDANCE IS IMPORTANT This measurement must be the same throughout the entire length of the cable or it can result in signal reflection. When an RF connector is placed at the end of a coaxial cable, the specifications need to match otherwise the signal cannot be transmitted effectively. 
  6. 6. Key RF connector characteristics include: Impedance Frequency Range Power Handling Size Cost
  7. 7. Up Next:  The top 5 RF Connectors in the industry today. TRIMANTEC.COM
  8. 8. BNCBAYONET NEILL-CONCELMAN Fastening: Bayonet Impedance: 50 & 75 Ohms Frequency limit: 4 GHz Diameter: Male 14.5 mm, Female 11.1 mm Applications: Radio, TV, test instruments, video signals
  9. 9. SMASUB-MINIATURE A Fastening: Threaded Impedance: 50 Ohms Frequency limit: 18 GHz Diameter: Male 7.9 mm, Female 6.24 mm Applications: microwave filters, attenuators, mixers, oscillators
  10. 10. SMBSUB-MINIATURE B Fastening: Snap-on Impedance: 50 & 75 Ohms Frequency limit: 4 GHz Diameter: 3 mm or 2.2 mm Applications: inter-board or assembly connections with equipment
  11. 11. N-Type Fastening: Threaded Impedance: 50 & 75 Ohms Frequency limit: 11 GHz Diameter: Male 2.03 cm, Female 1.57 cm Applications: Broadcast & communications equipment, power transmitters, recievers
  12. 12. TNCTHREADED NEILL-CONCELMAN Fastening: Threaded Impedance: 50 Ohms Frequency limit: 11 GHz Diameter: Male 15mm, Female 9.6mm Applications: Antennas, base stations, instrumentation, MIL-Aero, networks, radar
  13. 13. RF CONNECTOR VARIATIONS STRAIGHT ; RIGHT-ANGLEDMALE ; FEMALE
  14. 14. TRIMANTEC.COM/BLOG Curious to know more? We've written an entire blog dedicated to RF connectors. Visit our website to learn more: 

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