Coaxial Connectors (RF)33 910 Results
YAGEO, KEMET, and Pulse Electronics
YAGEO has recently acquired KEMET (and Pulse Electronics in 2018) and has brought their products into the YAGEO portfolio.
The Reasons for 50 Ω and 75 Ω Transmission Lines—And Why You Should Choose Carefully
A 50 ohm impedance is standard in RF design, but 75 ohms is also used, so it’s important to understand the attributes of each to avoid confusion.
High-Density BNC ConnectorsTE's high-density BNC connectors provide a compact design solution for large video transmission systems, broadcast systems, and video signal applications.
Nautilus PCB Edge-Mount SMA ConnectorsGradConn's Nautilus PCB edge-mount SMA connectors are ideal for harsh-environment applications where the signal speed is paramount.
High-Performance RF PCB Through-Hole ConnectorsAmphenol SV Microwave’s RF connectors feature a contact that goes through the PCB and can launch directly to transmission lines on the opposite side.
About Coaxial Connectors (RF)
Products in the coaxial connector family are interconnect devices used with cable materials consisting of a central conductor surrounded by insulation material and an outer conductor of circular cross section, designed to maintain a consistent characteristic impedance over the length of the material in order to serve as a suitable transmission line for high frequency signals.