Adapters

PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

Millitech offers millimeter wave linear-circular polarizers and circular-to-rectangular waveguide adapters that feature low insertion loss and axial ratio and broadband operation. They’re ideal for applications involving antennas, quasioptics, and radar front ends.

Krytar has just launched a new line of coaxial adapters that cover from DC to 40 GHz, depending on the model selected. The adapters come with SMA, 2.4, and 2.92 mm connector types

MegaPhase offers a wide variety of test adapter solutions ideal for many defense and commercial applications operating in frequencies up to 110 GHz. Standard straight and right angle adapters are available with in-series and between-series types and with a large selection of connector options. Features include linear phase slope, low SWR, and high reliability.

BNC RF connectors are the most popular coaxial connector. The special bayonet design allows easy mating and unmating. BNC 50 ohm connectors provide repeatable electronic performance from DC to 4 GHz. BNC 75 ohm connectors are suitable for applications up to 1 GHz.

HUBER+SUHNER (H&S) offers a comprehensive range of high-quality RF components designed with stable characteristics for the varying needs of in-building or distributed antenna networks, railways, and other test and measurement applications. The adaptors, terminators, and attenuators are compatible with one another, and are very high quality due to H&S’s many years of experience in the development and production of radio frequency components.

The range of Bluetooth Intelligent Serial Modules from EZURiO, A Unit Of Laird Technologies, provide the most robust, high performance and fastest route to embedding Bluetooth into your own product design.
Narda offers a variety of coaxial adapters for converters between connector series types in the DC to 26.5 GHz frequency range. Most models are available for immediate delivery from stock...

Corry Micronics has offered industry-standard filtered d-sub adapters for over a decade now. They’re now moving into micro d-sub adapter offerings due to customer demand, as other suppliers of similar products are adopting higher prices and offering poor lead times.