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SMA Connectors with Extended Frequency Range

July 5, 2007
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The most common coaxial connector in the microwave market, the Sub-Miniature A connector (SMA), was first introduced by Bendix Corp. in the late 1950s as a connector specially designed for the 0.141" diameter semi-rigid cable. At the SMA connector’s inception, the operating frequency did not exceed 12 GHz. As...
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