Customized cables and connectors
240 coax cable provides excellent performance, but is under .25 " in diameter. It has the lowest loss of any flexible cable and comparable loss to semirigid hard-line cables. It is ideal for any GPS application that requires an easily routed, low loss RF cable. The advantage of coaxial design is that electric and magnetic fields are restricted to the dielectric with little leakage outside the shield. Conversely, electric and magnetic fields outside the cable are largely kept from interfering with signals inside the cable. Larger diameter cables and cables with multiple shields have less leakage. This property makes coaxial cable a good choice for carrying weak signals that cannot tolerate interference from the environment or for stronger electrical signals that must not be allowed to radiate or couple into adjacent structures or circuits
RF connectors category includes 1,700 part numbers, most of which are RoHS and REACH compliant. Our RF connectors are available in 1.0/2.3, 1.6/5.6, 1.85mm, 10-32, 2.4mm, 2.92mm, 3.5mm, 3/4”-20, 7/16, banana, BNC, BNC twinax, C, D-Sub, F Type, FAKRA, FME, GR874, HN, LC, MC-Card, MCX, MHV, mini SMB, mini SMP, mini UHF, MMCX, N Type, QMA, QN, RCA, SC, SHV, SMA, SMB, SMC, SMP, SSMA, SSMB, TNC, UHF or UMCX connector series. Connectors for RF in this category will terminate to either coaxial cable, terminal or printed circuit board (PCB). RF connectors are built in male, female, plug, jack, receptacle or sexless gender, in 50 Ohm or 75 Ohm Impedance and in standard polarity, reverse polarity or reverse thread designs. Our radio frequency connectors are available in quick disconnect (QD), push-on or standard interfaces, as well as straight, radius right angle or right angle versions. We offer RF connectors with standard and precision performance levels constructed with brass or stainless steel bodies. Other RF connector options include hermetic, bulkhead, 2 hole panel or 4 hole panel configurations.