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Coaxial connectors are single-conductor cables that are 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. Read More…

Coaxial Connectors Coaxial or coax connectors is an electrical connector constructed to transmit broadband signals and other high-frequency transmissions in the multi-megahertz range, like demonstrated in radio frequencies.
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Oskaloosa, IA  |  641-673-5000

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.

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Cleveland, OH  |  888-327-6714

Serving the aluminum extrusions world from Cleveland, Ohio, Talan Products specializes in a range of aluminum extrusion products and services. Talan Products is a quality conscious ISO 9001 certified vendor utilizing the latest in precision manufacturing technology.

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Sunrise, FL  |  954-746-4669

Since 1990 Brandex Components has been a leading manufacturer of electrical connectors for military and commercial markets. We pride ourselves on having only highest quality electrical connectors and having a wide selection of products. Even if a product doesn’t fit your exact needs, Brandex Components can have custom solutions. Contact us today!

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Gurnee, IL  |  847-855-9200

With more than 30 years of experience, American Industrial Company can manufacture the high quality electronic connectors you need! As an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer, you can count on our commitment to quality.

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Livermore, CA  |  800-669-8090

Quail Electronics is a leading supplier of electrical components such as power cords and appliance electronic connectors. If you don't find what you need in our stock items, we can customize a product to meet needs.

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Joliet, IL  |  800-683-7228

United Universal Industries doesn't simply stock power cords, we offer exceptional customization from a large inventory of wire, cable, terminals, electronic connectors and other required components to exceed expectations of OEM's and other customers.

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Lancaster, PA  |  800-818-4916

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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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, thusly allowing a low level of electric contact while also protecting its gold surface from the wear-and-tear of multiple reconnects. Many coaxial connectors are used in the audio, video, digital and microwave industries and are designed very specifically for these various uses.

Coaxial connectors were widely used in the 1980s for data transmission applications. They continue to be used in inexpensive, high data rate wireless transceivers, as well as in many video applications. Some of the standard types of coaxial connectors are: the 7/16 DIN connector; the BNC connector; the C connector; the HP/Amphenol APC-7, General Radio GR874 and GR900BT connecters are what is called hermaphrodite connecters, as they have neither specifically "male" and "female" parts; the IEC 169-2 connector, also called a Belling Lee connector, is used mainly in Europe and other countries for domestic television installations; the F connector, also used for domestic television installations; the GR connector or General Radio connector; the N connector, which was originally designed in the 1940sa for certain military systems and is now widely used by the cable-TV industry; the HN connecter, which is a high voltage version of the N connector; the Motorola connector, which is the familiar AM/FM antenna connector used in car radios; the Blind mate BMA, which is used in many microwaves; as well as many others, including those used in phone plugs and jacks.