coaxial connector

coaxial connector

[kō′ak·sē·əl kə′nek·tər]
(electromagnetism)
An electric connector between a coaxial cable and an equipment circuit, so constructed as to maintain the conductor configuration, through the separable connection, and the characteristic impedance of the coaxial cable.
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An onboard clock generator can receive an external sample clock from the front panel coaxial connector that can be used directly as the sample clock or divided by a built-in clock synthesizer circuit.
It has a Type N coaxial connector and is used for frequencies from 50 MHz to 18 GHz.
Radiall USA Unveils BNC 75 ohm HDTV Coaxial Connector Series II-58
is now shipping the VITA 67 Coaxial Connector solutions from Amphenol SV Microwave.
AIPEX is the first company who successfully developed Small Gauge Coaxial Connector of gang wire termination type, and brought a sensation in electronics field by taking a major role for high-speed transmission in lap-top computers.
The Multicomp SMA coaxial connector, order code 1169617, with gold contact plating and characteristic-impedance of 50 ohm, confirms to MIL-STD-348A and ASTM D1710.
introduces its new "True" BNC 75 ohm HDTV Coaxial Connector Series that can handle data rates up to 3 Gbps or higher while supporting the broadcast industry's SMPTE 292M and 424M standards.
The product range covers RF coaxial connectors, RF test & measurement products, passive intermodulation analyzers, RF connectors for automotive electronics, medical and industrial electronics as well as fibre optic products; and cable assemblies.
5 series using RG178 coax with more than a hundred compatible connector options that can be selected from Pasternack's catalog of coaxial connectors.
Transformers (RFTS & IFTS, Audio Frequency, Power, High Frequency Power, High Voltage, Flyback, Deflection Yokes, & Other), Resonators, Connectors (PCB Connectors, Rectangular I/O Connectors, Circular Connectors, RF Coaxial Connectors, & Other Connectors), Relays (Electromechanical Relays (EMRs), & Solid State Relays (SSRs)), Switches (Toggle, Slide, Rotary, Keyboard, & Other Switches), and Printed Wiring Boards (Single Sided Rigid, Double Sided Rigid, Multilayer Rigid, & Flexible).
Direct access to two of the Rocket-IO transceivers on the chip is provided by eight gold-plated coaxial connectors mounted across the top of the daughter board.
Brookfield worked on other innovations during World War II, such as the cathodes at the heart of airborne radar, coaxial connectors for radio research at Harvard and MIT and other defense components.