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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Tenders are invited for : Recruitment of the supply of a multi-articulated prosthetic hand for adaptation to passive twist wrap with coaxial connector, addressed to an amputated patient attended by FREMAP, Mutua Collaborator with Social Security n 61
The Endevco model EM46BE comes in a preassembled, precalibrated kit, consisting of the model EM40BE prepolarized free-field microphone and the model EM26CB Isotron preamplifier with Microdot coaxial connector, both constructed of stainless steel for high durability.
Here, the core of the coaxial connector is soldered to the elliptical element, and the outer conductor is soldered to the conducting ground.
has expanded its SMA coaxial connector line to include seven new field-replaceable SMAs.
The hermetically sealed stainless steel housing minimises loading effects on small or light test structures and terminates with a top mounted 5-44 coaxial connector.
The 86C incorporates a coaxial connector to allow use of coax cable in place of the twisted pair.
If your antenna doesn't have a removable coaxial connector, disconnect the power connectors and perform the mast replacement while the unit is still connected to the coaxial cable.
0, a type N jack coaxial connector (other types are available) and an integral composite radome.
Choosing the proper coaxial connector is a balance between performance and economics.
Primarily employed by integrators and OEMs demanding a fast and reliable method to inner-connect a threaded Type F to a snap-on Type G coaxial connector, the component is suited for CATV, HDTV and high-speed cable modem applications.
This LC coaxial connector is for RG-218 coaxial cables and is suitable for replacement of the UG-154B/U.
It has a Type N coaxial connector and is used for frequencies from 50 MHz to 18 GHz.