Extension cable with SMA plug
Extend cables easily with our extension cables for SMA plugs to SMA jacks.
The maximum length of a extension cable
is not simple to determine, because a lot of factors are decisive.
The input variable and the maximum frequency to be transmitted have to be considered. How well a signal is transmitted, is specified via the attenuation. As orientation guide, we indicated the attenuation of the coaxial cable at a signal of 1GHz.
Simply put: The lower this value, the higher the output of the line.
More information on attenuation here:
The assemblies are deliverable in lenghts of 0,5m, 1 m, 1,5m, 2 m, 2,5m, 3 m, 5 m, 7m, 10m, 12m, 15m, 20m, and many more.
SMA plug – SMA jack, pre-assembled extension cables suitable for your application.
Extension cables with BNC, F, SMA and TNC:
FAKRA plug / connector
Extension cable, BNC plug with BNC jack
Extension cable with F plug – F plug
Extension cable with FME plug – FME jack
Extension cable with Microdot
Extension cable with N plug – N jack
Extension cable with SHV plug
Extension cable with SMA plug – SMA jack
Extension cable – RP-SMA plug with RP-SMA jack
Extension cable with SMB plug – SMB jack
Extension cable, TNC plug – TNC jack
How to distinguish SMA and RP-SMA:
The RP-SMA-connector and de SMA-connector are identical on the outside. This likely leads to confusion. So take a closer look!
The inner conductor of the RP-SMA-plug is a metal tubule; in contrast, the RP-SMA-jack has a pen as inner conductor (see ill. left)
Application areas of the Reverse-SMA-connector are antenna connections to WLAN-devices, GPS-antennas or the automotive sector. Technichal data: see SMA-connector
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