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    MCX Female RF Coaxial Connector, PCB Edge Mount

    MCX female radio frequency (RF) coaxial connector is a vital component for seamless signal transmission in electronic devices. Serving as a cable connector, it links various equipment like TV aerials and antennas to ensure optimal signal quality. PCB end mount, jack configuration, frequency range of DC~6GHz, this coax connector caters to diverse applications.
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    MCX female (jack) RF coaxial connectors minimize signal loss and interference, enhancing signal clarity. Whether mounted on printed circuit boards (PCBs) or affixed at the cable end, these radio frequency coax connectors play a crucial role in maintaining a reliable connection for television and communication systems, making them indispensable in modern electronic setups.


    • Model: ATO-MCXKEP-TB
    • Frequency Range: DC~6GHz
    • Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR): 1.20:1 (Max.)
    • Impedance: 50 Ohm
    • Insertion Loss: 0.25dB (Max.)
    • Dielectric Withstand Voltage: 750V
    • Insulation Resistance: ≥5000 Ohm
    • Connector Type A: MCX-Female
    • Connector Type B: PCB Board (Printed Circuit Board) Edge Mount
    • Working Temperature: -55℃~+125℃
    • Inner Conductor Material: Gold Plated Bronze
    • Outer Conductor Material: Gold Plated Brass
    • Insulator: PTFE
    • Service Life: ≥500

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    MCX female RF coaxial connector PCB edge mount dimension

    Tips: What is the difference between male and female RF connectors?

    Male and female RF connectors exhibit key differences in their design to facilitate secure connections between electronic components. In general, male connectors feature a central pin or probe that inserts into the corresponding receptacle of the female connector. The male connector is characterized by its protruding center pin, while the female connector has a central hole or receptacle to receive the male pin.

    This design ensures proper alignment and connection between components. The male connector is typically found on cables and antennas, while the female connector is present on devices like radios and adapters. The gendered distinction prevents mismating, maintaining signal integrity. Additionally, female connectors often have threads for securing the connection, ensuring a stable and reliable link in various applications, including radio frequency systems, telecommunications, and electronic devices.

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