RF Connectors and What They’re For: AD#35

Miles, KD2LDV, sent me a question about RF connectors. He wanted help sorting out the alphabet soup. This video, part of the Ask Dave series, examines the most common RF connectors: PL-259, SO-239, BNC, SMA, and Type N.

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2 Responses to RF Connectors and What They’re For: AD#35

  1. dcasler says:

    Sorry, no.


    Hi Dave
    Just wondering if you know of a microwave/RF connector museum some place?

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