A Between Series Adapter is a passive RF 2-port interconnect device, which provides a convenient mechanical conversion between two different RF coaxial connector types (e.g., SMA to BNC, or N to SMA). Between Series Adapters are used primarily for RF Test & Measurement applications, either in the factory or in the laboratory. They can also be used in the field in a variety of communication systems applications (e.g., mating an antenna with a type-N connector to a receiver with a type-BNC connector).
Richardson RFPD carries a wide assortment of Between Series Adapters. These products cover a complete frequency range from 0MHz (DC) to 40GHz. Performance grades range from low-cost commercial to rugged military. These adapters come in Straight, Right-Angle, and Bulkhead /Panel Mount form factors.
Specific attributes which are important in selecting the right RF Between Series Adapter for your application include the Gender (Male or Female) and the Series (SMA, BNC, etc.) of the connector type at each end.
Richardson RFPD supplies Between Series Adapters from industry-leading manufacturers Aeroflex/Inmet, Carlisle Interconnect Technologies, Emerson Network Power, HUBER+SUHNER, and Tyco Electronics. Additional suppliers include Amphenol RF, Bomar Interconnect, Radiall, Radiall-AEP and SV Microwave.
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