N-female To RP-SMA male Right-Angle Cable: 28-inch: Outdoor / Indoor


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N-female To RP-SMA male Right-Angle Cable

RP-SMA male right-angle To N (female) Cable:

The Antenna Cable Coax is double-shielded for low signal loss but is very flexible. It has a black PVC jacket.

  • The cable type is 200-series, which is equivalent to LMR-200 in quality.
  • Has the same or better signal-loss-per-meter (attenuation) and flexibility as LMR200, and much less attenuation (signal loss) than RG58.
  • The double-shielding is a major factor in this cable's higher quality, which translates into lower signal loss and better performance.
  • They are rated for outdoor use and are also suitable for indoor use.
  • The cable is very flexible/easily bendable coax.
  • See a comparison of 200-series to 100-series attenuation (signal loss).

Characteristics comparison RG-58, LMR100, LMR200

The temperature range for operational use of this 200-series coax and the cable assembly is -31 F ~ +203 F (-35 C ~ +95 C)

N-female Connector Characteristics and Details: Durable, weatherproof connection

  • The N-female-bulkhead connector has a rubber O-ring, which provides a water-tight seal when installed in an enclosure port.
  • Nickel-plated brass body for enhanced corrosion resistance: Nickel plating is the most weather-resistant, corrosion-resistant metal plating.
  • Our N connectors provide a consistent performance from 900MHz to 12.5 GHz.
  • N-Female diameter is 0.620 inches (1.57 cm). N-male inside diameter is 0.620-inch (1.57 cm)
  • N-connector gender is counter-intuitive: Click here for details.
  • N-type connectors are the largest RF connector types, usually found on large antennas, especially for outdoor use.
  • Our N-Type connectors feature threaded coupling mechanisms and are fully interchangeable with N-Type connectors made to the MIL-C-39012 specification. These connectors are used in all systems with critical RF and mechanical performance.
  • RP-SMA Connector Characteristics and Details

Differences and comparisons between RP SMA male and SMA Male standard connectors