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Millimeter Wave Connector

Millimeter Wave Connector

In order to meet the requirements of the latest generation of communication equipment, millimeter wave connectors have been designed with extremely high speed data transmission and very low loss characteristics.

Low PIM Connector

Low PIM Connector

Low return loss and low IMD connectors to meet the higher frequency requirements of today's market!


SMA Jack Crimp Right Angle for PCB Mount for 1.13 Cable



Frequency Range0-12.4 GHz on Flexible cable
0-18 GHz on Semi-rigid cable
Working VoltageRG-178: 170 VRMS max
RG-316,.085" :250 VRMS max
RG-142,.141" :335 VRMS max
Dielectric Withstanding VoltageRG-178: 500 VRMS min
RG-316,.085" :750 VRMS min
RG-142,.141" :1000 VRMS min
VSWRStraight1.3 max
Right Angle1.5 max
Contact ResistanceCenter Contact6 Milliohms Max
Outer Contact2 Milliohms Max
Insulator Resistance5000 Megohms min.
Parts NameMaterialFinish
Body, Metal PartsBrass per QQ-B-626 or Non-magnetic Stainless steel per QQ-S-764#303Nickel plated or passivated per requirement
Center ContactsPlug: Brass per QQ-B-626Gold
 Jack: Beryllium copper per QQ-C-530 or Phosphor Bronze per QQ-B-750Gold
Crimp FerrulesAnnealed copperNickel or Gold per requirement
Clamp GasketsSilicone rubberNone

NOTE : Other Material/Finish is Available on Request.

Mechanical & Environmental
Engagement Force2 in-lbs. max.
Disengagement Force2 in-lbs. max.
Coupling Nut Retention60 lbs. min.
Contact Proof Torque15 in-lbs. min.
Contact Retention6 lbs. min.
Durability (Mating)500 cycles min.(for Beryllium copper Jack contact only)
Temperature Range-65℃ to 165℃
VibrationMIL-STD-202 Method 204 Test Cond.B.
Salt SprayMIL-STD-202 Method 101 Test Cond.B.
Thermal ShockMIL-STD-202 Method 107 Test Cond.B.

Cable Assembly Instructions-Solder (Semi-Rigid) cable instructions-solder(Semi-Rigid)

STEP 1.All parts of the connector are shown.
STEP 2.Strip the cable inner conductor, dielectric, braid, and jacket as per
STEP 3.Insert inner conductor into the CONTACT PIN and crimp it with the crimp tool as shown.
STEP 4.Solder the MAIN BODY to cable as shown (avoid excessive heat which may distort dielectric).Then press the INSULATOR into the MAIN BODY until it stops.
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