A Brief description of SMP connector
The SMP connector is divided into a male and female head with an impedance of 50 ohms. It is an ultra-small push-in connector that includes a coaxial subminiature push-in connector, PCB mounting, unsealed and sealed terminals and shields , is a product that is RoHS and REACH compliant.
SMP connectors are available in either right or right angle versions, with or without mounting options. These connector designs include solder connections. SMP connectors are miniaturized push-in interconnects that are typically used in high-density blind-matching systems that operate at frequencies up to 40 GHz. Standard SMP connectors are available in high frequency 40 GHz versions and low frequency 8 GHz versions, as well as smooth aperture, limited brake and full brake types.
SMP is considered to represent "sub-small advancement." SMP type push-in connector interfaces typically have an internal female-to-female component, called a bullet or blind person, and two outer boards, circuit or cable-mounted sockets, called shields. The entire system allows you to have no thread connections at all, so you don't need any small wrenches. The best part about the system is that there may be a small amount of radial misalignment during mating, which is unacceptable for threaded connectors.
Twinlink Communication Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd,which is a national high-tech enterprise in China. It has been focusing on RF connection for 12 years and has a research and development team with more than 10 years of industry experience. It is a reliable choice for SMP connectors.
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