I use only banana jacks above 1.2 GHz, until I get to 10.3 GHz where I switch to RJ45 modulars.
Seriously, UHF is very standard at 144 MHz and below (and also at 222 MHz) for most home station and mobile equipment. Amateur rigs transition to type N at 432 MHz (sometimes), and almost always at 902 MHz and above.
Hand-helds are something else, entirely and often use SMA nowadays (which is good through several GHz, so no reason to change for the higher bands). Some still use BNC or TNC, or even reverse-SMA (found mostly on part 95 stuff and not much on amateur gear).