Amphenol RF is pleased to introduce new and improved SMA and N-Type coaxial connectors that have been optimized for low loss cables. Low loss cables incorporate additional shielding in the form of a bonded foil conductor, which helps to improve grounding. Low Loss cables and the newly optimized connectors are matched to 50 ohm impedance, allowing for maximum and reliable signal transfer.
San-tron Inc., a manufacturer of RF coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, will be reviewing several new innovative connectors and assemblies at the European Microwave Week in Paris, France, September 6–11. With a growing line of advanced, outdoor, low-PIM cable assemblies and new innovative pressurized solutions several environmental challenges related to coax can be overcome.
Amphenol RF is pleased to introduce improved designs of our existing AMC to SMA cable assemblies. Design improvements were made to the SMA bulkhead mounting connectors allowing the non-IP67 cables to be mounted to panels with a max thickness of 3.2 mm. Cables with IP67 connectors are suitable for panels with a max thickness of 3.2 mm.
Southwest Microwave Inc., a leading global supplier of high performance interconnect solutions, has announced the introduction of a new range of high-security SMKey 3.7 mm DC to 18 GHz Keyed Coax Connectors, which provide a failsafe mating solution for critical connections between mated connector pairs.
Southwest Microwave’s SuperMini Board-to-Board DC to 67 GHz RF/millimeter wave blind-mate connectors optimize interconnect performance for board-to-board stacking applications. The compnay also released its new range of high security SMKey 3.7 mm DC to 18 GHz Keyed Coax Connectors, which provide a failsafe mating solution for critical connections between mated connector pairs.