A Multi-Coax Test Header Connector and its various companion RF test cable assemblies are used together to provide a convenient method for simultaneously and quickly connecting multiple RF signals from the unit under test to the proper test equipment., They are commonly used in high-speed automated testing environments and include high-density printed circuit board (PCB) test connectors and test headers. Multi-Coax Test Header Connectors feature push-on mating and quick-disconnect capabilities.
Attributes which are important in selecting the right Multi-Coax Test Header Connector for your application include: Series (e.g., MXP, UHD); Number of Rows (in the connector/header); Total Number of Positions/Contacts; and Style (e.g., Straight PCB, Edge Launch, Surface Mount).
Richardson RFPD / Arrow RF & Power carries a broad selection of companion test cables (Type MXP or Type UHD) for Multi-Coax Test Header Connectors. They can be found in this product category:RF Test Cable Assemblies Richardson RFPD provides Multi-Coax Test Header Connectors and companion RF Test Cable Assemblies from GORE® and HUBER+SUHNER.
Gore® is a registered trademark of W. L. Gore & Associates, Incorporated.
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