High Frequency end launch connectors

High-frequency SMA end-launch connectors offer VSWR performance up to 26.5 GHz.

08/05/2016


High frequency SMA end launch connectors offer VSWR performance up to 26.5 GHz. Courtesy: Amphenol RFAmphenol RF's high-frequency SMA end-launch connectors offer VSWR performance up to 26.5 GHz. Featuring design with either through-hole legs or traditional slide-on mounting legs, these connectors make PCB connector solution for high-frequency applications. The high frequency SMA end-launch connectors include through-hole and traditional edge-launch options for a variety of PCB thicknesses, in addition to captivated 0.010 and 0.015 in. diameter center contacts that will accommodate different substrate widths. Custom solutions are also available for optimization to customer-specific PCB launches. These high-frequency SMA end-launch connectors are suited for use in microwave filter, cellular and broadband amplifier, and wireless infrastructure applications.

Amphenol RF

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