A cable is commonly used between different electrical devices for connecting the devices and transmitting electrical signals therebetween. Typically, an electrical connector must secure an end portion of a cable such that a multiplicity of wires of the cable electrically connects with corresponding terminals of the connector. The cables include a central conductor for signal transmission and a surrounding grounding braid. Connectors are mounted on the ends of the cables to permit attachment to threaded metal contact ports for forming electrical connections between the braid and the port and the central conductor and a contact in the port. Electrical cable connectors are used in a wide variety of applications. Some connectors simply are used to transmit power from a power source to an appropriate appliance. Other electrical connectors are used to interconnect signal transmission lines to printed circuit boards, other electronic devices or to other complementary connectors. Cable connector assemblies are commonly used to connect peripheral devices with a computer for performing data transmission. A cable connector assembly includes a connector for mating with a complementary connector and a cable for connecting with an electrical device. The cable connector electrically connects electrical components to a printed circuit board via a flexible flat cable (FFC) or a flexible printed circuit (FPC). The cable connector assembly includes an electrical connector and a cable electrically connected with the electrical connector. When the cable connector assemblies are used in high speed data transmission applications, the amount of electromagnetic (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI) increases. The EMI or RFI problem may be reduced by shielding. The electrical connector comprises a grounding member electrically connecting with the electronic apparatuses for eliminating noise.
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Connector and cable assembly designed for PV solar module secure and quick interconnection with DC/AC inverter; featuring user friendly design for easy assembly, mating safety by fully shrouded contacts, and wide variety of cable sizes and contacts.
45% smaller than the SMB, the MMCX is one of the smallest RF connectors available. Developed during the 1990s, the MMCX series was designed for applications with severe space constraints; particularly where Printed Circuit Boards are stacked tightly together.
The development of the Type N connector by the United States Army/Navy ran directly parallel to the escalation of U.S. involvement in WWII. It was finally released in 1942, shortly after the U.S. officially entered the war, and since that time it has been a staple in RF and Microwave applications all over the world.