Press Release Summary:
- Available in right angle bulkhead jack and right angle plug configurations
- Provides consistent electrical performance at high frequencies
- Features nominal impedance of 50 ohms and improved grounding for more stable RF performance
Original Press Release:
Expanded Line of SMA Connectors Optimized for Low Loss Cable
Ampehnol RF releases additional SMA connectors optimized for Low Loss 100 and 100A cable which feature improved grounding to ensure consistent electrical performance from DC to 12.4 GHz.
Danbury, CT – Amphenol RF is proud to introduce additional redesigned SMA connectors optimized for use with Low Loss 100 and 100A cable. Low Loss cables provide enhanced shielding with a bonded foil construction ensuring 100% coverage. These connectors feature a nominal impedance of 50 ohms and offer low return loss from DC to 12.4 GHz.
The new SMA connectors are available in right angle bulkhead jack and right angle plug configurations. Both designs feature a crimp termination, allowing for quick and secure assembly, and require standard hex crimp tooling. The redesigned SMA connectors provide consistent electrical performance at high frequencies and feature improved grounding for more stable RF performance.
Amphenol RF’s SMA connectors optimized for Low Loss cables are ideal for applications requiring high reliability and low signal loss. SMA connectors can also be found in various industrial, wireless, and broadband solutions.
Amphenol RF is a leading manufacturer of coaxial connectors for use in radio frequency, microwave, and data transmission system applications. Headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut, USA, Amphenol RF has global sales, marketing and manufacturing locations in North America, Asia and Europe. Standard products include RF connectors, coaxial adapters and RF cable assemblies. Custom engineered products include multi-port ganged interconnect, blind mate and hybrid mixed-signal solutions.
Amphenol RF Contacts:
Press: Lindsay Sperling
Marketing Communications Coordinator
Product: Carolyn Bixhorn