SMC connector

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SMC Connectors: 3-way male, and female-to-female.
Type RF coaxial connector
Designed 1960s
Manufacturer Various
Cable Coaxial

SMC (SubMiniature version C) connectors are coaxial RF connectors developed in the 1960s. They use a #10-32 UNF threaded interface (screw type). They offer excellent electrical performance from DC to 10 GHz. Female SMC connectors have a pin for the center contact, and male SMC connectors have a socket for the center contact, and are therefore analogous to the "reverse polarity" versions of other types of RF connectors.

The term Subvis connector appears to be European usage; the connectors appear to be electrically and mechanically equivalent to SMC.[citation needed]

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  • MIL-STD-348 - Radio Frequency Connector Interfaces for MIL-DTL-3643, MIL-DTL-3650, MIL-DTL-3655, MIL-DTL-25516, MIL-PRF-31031, MIL-PRF-39012, MIL-PRF-49142, MIL-PRF-55339, MIL-DTL-83517

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