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he UHF connector, also called the Amphenolcoaxial connector, is a World War II threaded RF connector design, from an era when UHF referred to frequencies over 30 MHzOriginally intended for use as a video connector in RADAR applications, the connector was later used for RF applications. This connec
SMB (SubMiniature version B) connectors are coaxial RF connectors developed in the 1960s. SMB connectors are smaller than SMA connectors.They feature a snap-on coupling and are available in either 50 O or 75 O impedance. They offer excellent electrical performance from DC to 4 GHz.An SMB jack has a
shielded with strain relief two 1/8 plugs easily connect a speaker system or micro provides the solution needed to connect high performance systems
RCA Male / RCA Male, High Quality, Composite Video Cable
characteristic impedance: 75ωferquency range: 0~1ghz resistance:center conductor:≤10mω out conductor:≤5mωinsulation resistance: ≥1000mωvswrstraight :≤1.2 right angle: ≤1.30connector durability:500
widely used in radio frequency appliances.
SMA (SubMiniature version A) connectors are coaxial RF connectors developed in the 1960s as a minimal connector interface for coaxial cable with a screw type coupling mechanism. The connector has a 50 O impedance. It offers excellent electrical performance from DC to 17 GHz.
The BNC connector (Bayonet Neill–Concelman) is a miniature quick connect/disconnect RF connector used for coaxial cable. It features two bayonet lugs on the female connector mating is achieved with only a quarter turn of the coupling nut. BNCs are ideally suited for cable termination for miniature-t
A threaded version of the BNC connector, known as the TNC connector (for Threaded Neill-Concelman) is also available. It has superior performance to the BNC connector at microwave frequencies.