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RF Connectors -- The Key Facts:

Ian Poole (G3YWX) on March 11, 2019
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Within amateur radio, we use many different RF or coaxial cable connectors. There are many different types but what are they and what are their different characteristics.

The common types like BNC, N-type and the UHF connector are all widely used within amateur radio circles, but what is best to use where and what are their limitations.

We have put together a series of pages describing the main types of RF connector:
https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/electronic_components/rf-connectors/coax-cable-connectors.php

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