Coaxial connectors are well known for connecting coaxial cables to electrical equipment. A coaxial cable is generally characterized by having an inner conductor, an outer conductor, and an insulator between the inner and outer conductors. At the end of coaxial cable, a connector is attached forming a coaxial cable assembly and facilitating mechanical and electrical coupling of the coaxial cable to electronic equipment and other cables. Coaxial connectors are comprised of a pair of a male connector and a female connector. Those connectors are generally classified into two types, i.e. straight type and right-angle type, according to their configuration. A coaxial connector called a right angle coaxial connector is fitted into a corresponding connector in a direction perpendicular to a direction that a coaxial cable extends, and has been widely used for connecting a circuit board. In the straight type coaxial connector, the connecting means for electrically connecting between the male connector and the female connector is respectively secured along the axial direction of the coaxial cable connected to each connector, so that the male connector and the female connector are connected to each other along the axial direction of the coaxial cables. Coaxial electrical connectors are used in a wide variety of applications for transmitting direct current. Such coaxial connectors include a center terminal and at least one auxiliary terminal spaced transversely or radially of the center terminal. Coaxial cable connectors such as F-connectors are used to attach coaxial cable to another object such as an appliance or junction having a terminal adapted to engage the connector. Coaxial cable F-connectors are often used to terminate a drop cable in a cable television system. Radio frequency (RF) coaxial cable connectors are used for numerous automotive navigation and communication systems applications, such as global positioning systems (GPS), car radio, mobile phone, after-crash management, and multimedia. Connectors associated with RF communication systems typically use coaxial cable systems to conduct RF signals from one point to another. These coaxial cable systems often employ coaxial connectors at their ends to connect to other coaxial cable systems or various RF circuit assemblies. Typically, the coaxial connector has an inner contact for electrically connecting with a center conductor of the coaxial cable and an outer contact for electrically contacting with an outer conductor of the coaxial cable.
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