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Right-angle coaxial connectors for enhanced signal performance introduced by Coaxial Components

STUART, Fla., 20 Dec. 2012. Coaxial Components Corp. in Stuart, Fla., is introducing the 3221-1-L series of right-angle bend assembly provides an alternative to the standard right angle SMA coaxial connector with a low-profile device, delivering increased electrical performance at higher frequencies.

The 3221-1-L interconnect technology series of pre-bent right-angle connectors use the center conductor of .141-inch semi-rigid cable as the contact. "L" represents the overall length of the right-angle bend. This and Coaxicom's ultra-short SMA male, provides the same or a smaller profile than a right-angle connector, but without the performance penalty, company officials say.

Typical mitred right-angle SMA cable connectors cause significant reduction of electrical performance in cable assemblies, particularly at higher frequencies. Coaxicom's right-angle bend assembly provides an alternative to the standard right angle SMA coaxial connector with a low-profile device, delivering increased electrical performance at higher frequencies.

Typical VSWR of these assemblies is 1.10 to 18 GHz. User specified lengths to 60-inch are available. Right-angle bend assemblies also provide an alternative to radius swept adapters. Right-angle bend assemblies and adapters using other connectors and cables also are available.

For more information contact Coaxial Components Corp. online at www.coaxicom.com.

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