MMCX connector jack right angle crimp for RG174, RG316

MMCX connector jack right angle crimp for RG174, RG316


MMCX RF connectors

MMCX is the popular RF connectors. This MMCX connector is jack/ female, and right angle/ RA type. It’s terminated with RF Coaxial Cable by crimping to be MMCX adaptor RF cable. The applicable RF coax cable is RG174/ RG316/ RG188/ LMR100/ RD316 RF coaxial cable. Its plating is Gold, with 50 ohm.

MMCX connector is small size in RF connector. MMCX Connector has been designed to be snap-on mating. Besides, MMCX jack crimp series still have straight crimp jack, straight bulkhead crimp jack, PCB mount jack, edge mount jack and SMT jack . MMCX Connector commonly is used for 0~3GHz. If you need customized RF connector, or RF cables, even any special needs, please contact us to get the best service.

MMCX connector jack right angle/ RA crimp type can be terminated with RG174/ RG316/ RG188/ LMR100/ RD316 RF coaxial Cable to be RF Cable assembly. Quick mating, light weight and high performance are reasons to be popularly used in various Radio Frequency applications. MMCX RF connector is most commonly used in GPS Antenna, GSM Antenna or GPS/GSM application these kinds of RF connectors industry.

Part Numbers

P/NRF connector descriptionCable GroupOhm
MMCX RF connector R/A crimp jack
MMCX RF connector R/A crimp jack
RG174, RG316, RG188, LMR100


Cable Assembly

Cable assembly Instructions Crimp type

Step1. All parts of MMCX Right-Angle(RA) Crimp Jack connector are shown as the top line.

Step2. Strip the Coaxial Cable into center conductor, insulator, shielding three parts per recommended stripping dimension shown in connector spec.

Step3. Tin the center conductor if the dimension of the cable is from 1.13mm to 1.48mm. This process can help soldering more easily.

Step4. Slide the ferrule onto the cable jacket.

Step5. Insert the center conductor into the pin’s slot and solder it, and then spread out the shielding onto the knurled part.

Step6. Slide the ferrule over the shielding, and proceed the first open-short test to make sure signal can transmit well.

Step7. Crimp the ferrule to let it become tighter.

Step8. Put the insulator and cap on and press them into main body.

Step9. Wear the heat shrink onto the ferrule and then shrink it.

Step10. Do the open-short test of every cable assembly before QC examination.




Impedance50 ohm
Frequency range0 ~ 6 GHz
VSWRStraight type ≤ 1.3 max.
R/A type ≤ 1.5 max.
Dielectric withstanding voltage500 V rms
Working voltage0170 V rms
Center contact resistance≤ 5.0 mΩ (Milliohms max.)
Outer contact resistance≤ 2.5 mΩ (Milliohms max.)
Insulation resistance≥ 103 MΩ (Megohms min.)
Contact Retention2.3 lbs min.
Mating Durability500 cycles min. (For Beryllium copper contact only)
Temperature RangeTeflon −65ºC ~ +155 ºC
VibrationMIL-STD-202 Meth. 204
Corrosion resistanceMIL-STD-202 Meth. 101
Body, coupling nutBrass
Center contactBrass for male,
Beryllium copper for female
Crimping sleeveAnnealed Brass
Body platingGold (Ag)
Center contact platingGold (Ag)

Note: These characteristics are typical and may not apply to all connectors.