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Coaxial Connector Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Oskaloosa, IA

    Interpower is a company that is committed to providing industries with high-quality products. We manufacture electronic connectors. We make it easy for customers to design, build and maintain products for worldwide markets. We use teamwork to provide fast turnaround and great service to our customers. Visit our website or call one of our customer service specialists today!

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  • Livermore, CA

    We have coaxial connectors, cable connectors, electrical connectors, and many more! All of our products are manufactured to comply with regulations and restrictions established by RoHS and REACH. If we don’t have the exact product that you need we have technicians that will work with you in order to design a custom connector for you. Visit our website today to learn more about us!

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  • Lancaster, PA

    Kord King manufactures world class electronic connectors, electric cords and plugs, electrical receptacles, plug adapters, cord sets and much more. From initial design to development, whether you are looking for a cable assembly or a power supply cord, the experienced team at Kord King delivers rapid order turn-around times and excellent products – consistently adhering to our strict quality standards.

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  • Bristol, PA

    Aries Electronics Inc. manufactures electronic interconnect products and other electronic components. Some products include zero insertion force test sockets, intelligent connectors, adapters, ball grid array sockets, land grid array sockets, high-frequency test sockets, and burn-in sockets.

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  • North Miami, FL

    Since 1977, we have manufactured electronic connectors, RF connectors, card edge connectors plus cable assemblies. Nemal Electronics' products are used in broadcast, data, electronic control and RF applications. We have a stock of DIN connector products or we can custom make what you need.

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  • Irvine, CA

    PUI is an authorized distributor of high-quality electronic components. Through a variety of product lines, we offer items such as electronic connectors including cable connectors as well as capacitors, switches, relays, terminals and more. We are a NEDA Supplier Authorized Distributor.

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Coaxial Connectors Industry Information

Coaxial Connectors

A coaxial connector, or coax connector, is an electrical connector constructed to transmit broadband signals and other high-frequency transmissions in the multi-megahertz range, like those demonstrated in radio frequencies.

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Applications of Coaxial Connectors

Many coaxial connectors are used in the audio, video, digital, and microwave industries and are designed specifically for these various uses. They were widely used in the 1980s in data transmission applications, and they continue to be used in inexpensive, high data rate wireless transceivers, as well as in many video applications.

Coaxial Connector Design and Function

Coaxial connectors are single-conductor cables usually made of copper wire. They are designed to maintain shielding and are composed of an insulated conducting wire housed inside a cylindrical shield, which is wrapped in another insulating layer and an outer protective layer. Coaxial connectors transmit broadband signals and other high-frequency transmissions in the multi-megahertz range. A better model of coaxial connectors will also minimize the change in transmission line blockage at the point of connection. Like all electronic connectors, coaxial connectors (in most cases, RF connectors) establish an inseparable connection between two points. Coaxial cables and connectors can carry radio signals at about two-thirds the speed of light. Their design involves a fastening mechanism with springs, thus allowing a low level of electric contact while also protecting its gold surface from the wear-and-tear of multiple reconnects.

Notable Types of Coaxial Connectors

7/16 DIN Connector
BNC Connector
C Connector
Hermaphrodite Connecters
Such as the HP/Amphenol, APC-7, General Radio GR874, and GR900BT connecters, which have neither specifically “male” and “female” parts.
IEC 169-2 Connector
Also called a Belling Lee connector, is used mainly in Europe and other countries for domestic television installations.
F Connector
Also used for domestic television installations.
GR Connector or General Radio Connector
N Connector
Which was originally designed in the 1940sa for certain military systems and is now widely used by the cable-TV industry.
HN Connector
Which is a high voltage version of the N connector.
Motorola Connector
Which is the familiar AM/FM antenna connector used in car radios.
Blind Mate BMA
Which is used in many microwaves.