Amphenol RF introduces cable assembly line expansion
06 November 2019
Amphenol RF introduces the expansion of its cable assembly line.
The new series features the popular BNC connector to compact AMC micro connector designed with the widely used RG-178 cable.
This assembly combines “the quick connect and disconnect versatility” of the bayonet coupling mechanism with the most commonly used micro RF connector on the market and is supposedly ideal for IoT, broadband, LAN, instrumentation and medical applications.
It features a straight BNC bulkhead jack on one end, which allows for various mounting options, connected to a right angle AMC plug.
The RG-178 cable can be used in more rugged environments unsuited for most standard micro cables.
The BNC to AMC fixed length cable assembly is available in standard metric lengths of 50 through 300mm, with custom lengths available through the RF cable assembly configurator, QuickBuild RF.
Meanwhile, Amphenol RF has introduced the Wireless Infrastructure Solutions Guide, a digital short-form catalogue designed to streamline the interconnect selection process within the wireless vertical.
This guide provides customers with an overview of the next generation of mobile networks, 5G, and a breakdown of the core applications, alongside valuable product information required for developing the necessary infrastructure to support the increased data rates.
RF technology plays a key role in the next generation of mobile network standards established by 5G technology in order to enable low-latency applications including safe autonomous driving and 4K video streaming to smartphones.
Amphenol RF connectors, cable assemblies and adapters provide high density, low cost solutions to support wireless connectivity.