RF components and instrumentation are facilitated via SMA, N, MMCX,3.5 mm, and 2.92 mm connectors. These seemingly innocuous devices are the culmination of 40 years of evolutionary and groundbreaking invention involving multiple firms. They are highly developed, well-defined interface systems in their current condition. It's not frequently known that these connection types are mechanically intermateable, which means that good-quality SMA,N, MMCX, 3.5 mm, and 2.92 mm connectors will inter-mate across connector families without causing harm.
The rising acceptance of telematics in automobiles, such as GPS, cellular, Bluetooth Wi-Fi, and satellite radio,
has transformed the automotive business. Satellite navigation systems and sophisticated in-vehicle entertainment are no longer limited to the upper echelon of the market.
Vehicles are becoming into sophisticated platforms for allowing mobile living as telematic innovations become more dependable, accessible, and affordable.
RF communications systems have become vital components of today's vehicles as a result of developments in communications technology and rising customer demand for a varied array of on-board telematics services.
Signal amplifiers are used by base stations to broadcast wireless signals to hand-held devices, while sensitive receivers receive transmissions from those same devices. The narrow pass band filters, power amplifiers, low noise amplifiers, splitters, combiners, and signal attenuators used in these towers are sophisticated. A DAS network is made up of a lot of antennas that are used to increase wireless coverage in high-traffic locations like stadiums, corporate offices, and public places. Small cell networks, like DAS systems, rely on low-powered radio access nodes to boost network capacity for in-building and outdoor wireless connectivity. Increasing market needs for increased bandwidth, speed, and capabilities continue to be met by these wireless infrastructures.
Medical applications are one of the most potential developing sectors for RF and microwave connections.
Patient-monitoring systems are often praised for their ability to methodically check blood pressure, pulse rate, and other vital signs and transfer the data to a base station, where it may be retrieved by a physician.
This cutting-edge technology will enable the next generation of Smartphones,
personal digital assistants (PDAs), and wireless laptops to be utilized as sensor readers for applications such as glucose monitoring using a mobile phone.
We create and produce solutions that enable our clients to meet the increasing technical requirements of the interconnect sector. Many distinct military standards, such as MIL-DTL-17 coaxial cables and MIL-PRF-39012 RF coaxial connectors, regulate the dependability of cables and connections for military and aerospace applications. MIL-DTL-17 covers a wide range of applications, operating conditions, and performance criteria for various coaxial cables, with special emphasis devoted to the center conductor size and materials used (e.g., tin, silver-coated copper, and copper-clad steel conductors).
Our factory is located in Zhenjiang,Jiangsu, China.
Zhenjiang is RF connector and cable assembly industrial zone in China.
What's your warranty for your products
Consumer class: 1 year
Military class: 3 year
Aerospace class: 10 year
What's your lead time
Sample lead time: 7 to 15 days.
Trial order: 35 days
Bulk order: 25 days.
What's 2.92mm Connector
2.92mm (K) Connectors are RF/Microwave coaxial connectors with a mode-free operating range of 40 GHz. SMA and 3.5mm connectors are compatible with these connectors. Mario Maury first created the 2.92mm connectors in 1974, and Wiltron reintroduced them in 1984 as the K connector. These connectors are IEC 61169-35 specified and are perfect for high-frequency module and T&M applications. The 2.92mm Series c has a frequency range of 40 GHz.
What's 3.5MM Connector
The 3.5 mm connector is a heavy-duty coaxial connector that can operate at up to 34 GHz without mode switching. The air dielectric filled interface of this pin and socket type connector features a 3.5 mm outside conductor diameter. This connector interface works with SMA and 2.92mm connectors and can withstand several mating cycles without causing harm. Hewlett Packard invented the 3.5 mm connector in the mid-1970s, and Amphenol later marketed it as APC3.5.
Our company, Zhejiang LenoRF Industry co. LTD, occupies an area of 30 hectares and is equipped with world class equipment to make millimeter wave connectors and phase stable cables. We specialize in coaxial connectors, cable assembly, and passive devices. Our current products are the latest millimeter wave connector and phase stable cable on the market.