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Connectors part 1 - Can you tell the difference between an F Type connector and an N Type connector?

by Simon Leach September 18, 2015

Use this Coaxial Connectors guide to identify your connectors...

Connector Description Male Female
Coaxial 1.6/5.6
Coaxial BNC 50 Ohm
Coaxial BNC 75 Ohm
Coaxial F
Coaxial FME
Coaxial Mini-UHF
Coaxial MC Card Image not available
Coaxial MCX
Coaxial MMCX
Coaxial RP-MMCX Image not available
Coaxial N
Coaxial NMO Image not available
Coaxial ORiNOCO Image not available
Coaxial RCA
Coaxial Sierra Wireless Compatible Image not available
Coaxial Sony Ericsson Compatible Image not available
Coaxial SMA
Coaxial RP-SMA
Coaxial SMB 50 Ohm
Coaxial SMB 75 Ohm
Coaxial SMC
Coaxial TNC
Coaxial RP-TNC
Coaxial UHF
Coaxial Waverider Compatible Image not available
Twin BNC
Twinaxial

U.FL Image not available
Banana Plug / Binding Post



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