MCX connector has smaller size compared with some RF connectors like SMA connector, SMB connector. MCX connector is designed to have snap-on mating. Besides, MCX connector series are available for RF cables type, PCB type and SMT type. MCX connector commonly is used for 0~6GHz.
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MCX Connector Series
The MCX coax connector series was developed in 1980’s confirm to the European CECC 22220 specification. MCX series has snap-on coupling mechanism design and offer broadband capability through 6 GHz.
MCX connector are less than SMB approximately 30% in mounting space. 50 ohm and 75 ohm connectors are available.
MCX connector’s snap-on mating design reduces installation time and MCX connectors are commonly used in GPS, Wireless LAN(W-LAN), GMS and Telecommunications.
- Cable Connectors (straight and right angle) for flexible, semi-flex and semi-rigid cables
- PCB connectors (straight and right angle)
- Bulkhead panel mount connectors
- Cable Assembly
- Radio boards
MCX Interface Dimensions
MCX Technical Characteristics
|Frequency range||0 ~ 6 GHz|
|VSWR||Straight type ? 1.3 max.|
|R/A type ? 1.5 max.|
|Dielectric withstanding voltage||1000 V rms|
|Working voltage0||335 V rms|
|Center contact resistance||? 5.0 mΩ (Milliohms max.)|
|Outer contact resistance||? 1.0 mΩ (Milliohms max.)|
|Insulation resistance||? 103 MΩ (Megohms min.)|
|Contact Retention||4 lbs min.|
|Mating Durability||500 cycles min. (For Beryllium copper contact only)|
|Temperature Range||Teflon ?65oC ~ +155 oC|
|Vibration||MIL-STD-202 Meth. 204|
|Corrosion resistance||MIL-STD-202 Meth. 101|
|Body, coupling nut||Brass|
|Center contact||Brass for male,|
|Beryllium copper for female|
|Crimping sleeve||Annealed Brass|
|Body plating||Gold (Au)|
|Center contact plating||Gold (Au)|
Note: These characteristics are typical and may not apply to all connectors.