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SMA Connectors with Extended Frequency Range

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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New Dielectric Bead for Millimeter-wave Coaxial Components

Introduction to a bead used for the dielectric structure for mechanical support of coaxial microwave components
TECHNICAL FEATURE New Dielectric Bead for Millimeter-wave Coaxial Components Rudy Fuks Astrolab Inc. Warren, NJ The bead discussed in this article represents the dielectric structure for mechanical support of coaxial microwave components. The main features of the bead are its electrical performance and mechanical ability to keep all parts...
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