RF connector NEX10®
coaxial

RF connector
RF connector
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Type
RF
Format
coaxial

Description

HUBER+SUHNER is a leading global supplier of interconnectivity solutions and an active partner of a development group with the goal to provide an innovative coaxial connector solution for the smaller equipment in the telecom market. The new NEX10 interface offers very low PIM performance together with a robust design and small size. Another key feature of the NEX10 is the separation of electrical contact from mechanical contact area, which yields a low PIM and high RL performance independent of the coupling mechanism or applied torque. This characteristics also gives the possibility of offering the connector plug with screw, hand screw and quick lock designs, thus simplifying the installation effort while guaranteeing a very high electrical performance for all coupling mechanisms. Additionally, the interface specific weather protection boot provides guaranteed protection against corrosion and extreme weather conditions. The interface design also allows for PIM stable blind mate connectors and a standardized multi-coax solution consisting of up to four ¼” corrugated cables in one housing. Features Optimized for ¼” cable Low PIM independent of coupling mechanism Operating frequency up to 20 GHz Small size, flange height of 12.7 mm Protection of contact areas Three coupling mechanisms (push pull, screw and hand screw) Rubber boot weather protection Benefits Robust and reliable performance for outdoor use Reliable performance eliminating installation errors Excellent RL and electrical performance Compact modules Interface safe from installation damage Flexibility in installation Interface specific boot guaranteeing protection in extreme weather

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