2.92 mm Wave Connector Precision 2.92 mm Female to 2.92 mm Female Right Angle Adapter Stainless Steel Body Microwave Adapter, 50 Ohm,DC to 40 GHz, VSWR 1:1.2
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2.92 mm female to 2.92 mm female Right Angle Adapter ; Material : Body :Stainless Steel(Passivated,High-frequency millimeter-wave test connectors made of stainless steel), Pin : Berylllium Copper(Gold plated), Impedance : 50 Ohm, Frequency: DC to 40 GHz, VSWR : 1:1.2
2.92 mm female to 2.92 mm female Right Angle Millimeter-wave connectors are designed for applications in the high-frequency millimeter-wave spectrum (30 GHz to 300 GHz).Millimeter-wave connectors are engineered to handle high-frequency signals, focusing on impedance matching, signal integrity, and low insertion loss.These connectors are made with precise dimensions, high-quality materials, and advanced manufacturing techniques to minimize signal distortion and ensure reliable connectivity.
FOR mmWave radio connectors: Millimeter-wave connectors are widely used in aerospace, aviation, laboratory, academic research, mobile communications, and other relevant fields. Stainless steel high-frequency connectors establish reliable and low-loss connections between high-frequency components in fields like telecommunications, wireless communications, radar systems, satellite communications, automotive radar, and 5G networks.
High-frequency millimeter-wave connectors Low Loss: mmWave connectors aim to minimize signal loss, which is crucial for maintaining the integrity of high-frequency signals. They are constructed with materials and design techniques that minimize insertion loss and ensure efficient power transmission. Shielding: These connectors feature robust shielding to minimize electromagnetic interference (EMI) and maintain signal integrity in environments with potentially high levels of interference.
2.92 mm precision Microwave Adapter interfaces ensure an excellent microwave performacne up 40 GHz,mmWave radio connectors are specifically designed to handle the higher frequencies and the associated challenges of mmWave signals, including high attenuation and shorter wavelengths. These connectors provide a reliable and low-loss connection between mmWave devices, Millimeter-wave connectors are components for high-frequency applications and are not typically used for lower frequency ranges.