1.6-5.6 connectors perform at 75 Ohm up to 4/12 GHz and are characterized by high mechanical and electrical stability. They are mainly used for reliable transmission of high bit-rates.
IInd and IIIrd generation 1.6-5.6 connectors are intermateable and feature different coupling mechanisms for allowing male types to be connected to all female types.
The screw-on coupling version provides positive, familiar mating, while the quick-lock/push-pull coupling version enables quick installation. This series complies with CECC 22240 standards.
Locking Mechanisms, Male Types
- Type A: Screw-on locking
Screwing plug and jack by hand using a coupling nut.
- Type B: Snap-on locking
Male connector with spring mechanism; snaps into slot on female connector body.
- Type C: Slide-on locking with centering sleeve
Conical insertion guide of floating male connector facilitates connection to fixed female connectors. Interconnection is a slide fit.
- Type F: Quick-lock/Push-pull locking mechanism
Quick-lock mechanism for fast, easy and reliable connections in the tightest of spaces. Assembly tools are not necessary.
- Cable and PCB connectors, cable assemblies and adaptors available on request
- Impedance 75 Ω
- Interface according CECC 22240
- Frequency range DC to 4 GHz (IInd generation), DC to 12 GHz (IIIrd generation)
- Return loss (cable connector straight)
- ≥ 33 dB @ DC to 1 GHz (IIIrd generation)
- ≥ 27 dB @ 1 GHz to 2 GHz (IIIrd generation)
- ≥ 20 dB @ 2 GHz to 4 GHz (IIIrd generation)
- Mating cycles ≥ 500
- The threaded coupling version provides positive, familiar mating, while the quick-lock/push-pull coupling version allows quick installation
- Solutions for applications where space limitation is needed, e.g. switching equipment, computers and routers
Rosenberger Series Code 78/88