Common Connector Descriptions and Maximum Frequencies
Low frequency. Used in Amateur radio/CB radio etc
TRB (BNC Triax)
Used on applications where RF shielding and minimum noise radiation are required. Based on BNC connector
TRT (TNC TRIAX)
Used on applications where RF shielding and minimum noise radiation are required. Based on TNC connector
Low cost connector commonly used in TV applications.
Commonly used low cost connector. Uses bayonet fixing mechanism.
High voltage version of N connectors
Subminiature snap-on connector (50ohm or 75 ohm)
Subminiature snap-on connector. Internal line size same as SMB but overall 30% smaller.
New Connector interface designed by Intelliconnect. Based on MCX but much sturdier, better continuity and special termination
method for small diameter cables
Micro miniature connector
Used on high power communications systems. Eg Base Stations.
Durable internal bayonet connector. Quick connect/disconnect.
Subminiature threaded connector
Screwfit version of C connector
Durable threaded connector available in brass or stainless steel. (50ohm or 75 ohm)
Threaded version of BNC connector. Can be used at much higher frequencies.
Blind mate connector. Designed for both fixed and floating configurations.
N connector with enhanced features allowing performance to 18GHz.
TNC connector with enhanced features allowing performance to 18GHz.
High precision genderless connector. Low VSWR
Commonly used microwave connector. Generally specified to 18Ghz but some designs can work to 25Ghz. Available in brass and
Precision connector with air dielectric. Mates with SMA
Microminiature version of SMA connector.
Precision connector with air dielectric. Mates with SMA and 3.5mm
Precision connector with air dielectric. Mates with 1.85mm.
Precision connector with air dielectric. Mates with 2.4mm.
Ultra high precision connector.