The 2.92 mm RF Connectors are modeless RF/microwave coaxial connectors that operate at up to 40 GHz in frequency. SMA and 3.5 mm connectors may both be used with these connectors. Mario Maury first created the 2.92 mm connector in 1974, and Wiltron resurrected it as the K connector in 1984. These connectors, which have been standardized to IEC 61169-35, are excellent for use in T&M and high frequency module applications.
The 2.92 mm connector can function at frequencies up to 40 GHz because to its reduced inner body diameter and distinctive air dielectric. The bodies of the male and female connectors join before the pins and sockets make contact by using male pins that are shorter than the SMA and 3.5 mm connectors. This feature lessens wear brought on by interface misalignment. Excellent insertion and return losses, a durable structure that repeats, Its popularity is also a result of its compatibility with SMA, 3.5 mm, and other K or 2.92 mm connectors.
There are 15 product numbers in the Focusimple 2.92 mm connector category, the majority of which are RoHS and REACH compliant. The coaxial cables or terminals will be terminated to the 2.92 mm connectors in this category. These 2.92 mm connector items are made to exacting standards set by the RF and microwave industries.
Male or female Focusimple 2.92 mm RF Connectors with a 50 ohm impedance are produced. The mounting choices for 2.92 mm connectors include threaded, bulkhead, 2-hole panel, 4-hole panel, and no mounting. Clamp/solder, field replaceable, or solder connector techniques are available for these 2.92 mm connector types.
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