Connector selection 50R

Below you can see the connectors with an impedance of 50R that are available for selection in our cable configurator.
Select the connector and the corresponding cable type. The link will take you to the corresponding selection in the configurator with the desired assembly on both ends. Of course, you can also get combinations beyond the listed connectors on request.

BNC Stecker

BNC connectors

The BNC is the most used high frequency connector and can be found with the bayonet lock on any oscilloscope, meter or frequency generator of 4 GHz and has a characteristic impedance of 50 or 75Ω.

BNC plug
BNC angle plug
BNC jack
BNC bulkhead jack
BNC bulkhead jack, 4-flange
BNC Reverse plug
BNC plug, insulated

TNC Stecker


The TNC plug is similar in construction to the BNC plug. In contrast to the BNC connector, the closure is a thread. TNC is recommended for frequencies up to 11 GHz (50 / 75R).

TNC plug
TNC angle plug
TNC jack
TNC bulkhead jack, 4-flange
TNC bulkhead jack

TNC Reverse Stecker


The RP-TNC series is the reverse version of the TNC connector.

TNC Reverse plug
TNC Reverse bulkhead jack
TNC Reverse jack
TNC Reverse angle plug

N Stecker


The N connector with screw locking is used for high frequencies up to about 11 GHz with a defined wave impedance of 50 / 75 Ohms. This plug is used in antenna technology and has a low contact resistance.

N plug
N angle plug
N jack
N bulkhead jack
N bulkhead jack, 4-flange

SMA Stecker


SMA connectors are mainly used for applications in the frequency range from 1 GHz to 18 GHz. A SMA plug has a union nut and an external thread (wrench size 8) with pin as inner conductor.
With the following links you receive the desired SMA plugs and SMA sockets pre-selected in the configurator as cable assembly.


SMA plug
SMA angle plug
SMA jack
SMA bulkhead jack
SMA bulkhead jack, 4-flange

SMA Reverse Stecker


The RP-SMA series is the reverse version of the SMA connector.

SMA Reverse plug
SMA Reverse angle plug
SMA Reverse jack
SMA Reverse bulkhead jack

SMB Stecker


The SMB connectors are used for frequencies up to 4GHz and, in contrast to SMA and SMC plugs, are only plugged in and not screwed together. They are mainly used for device-internal connections. The links below will give you the desired SMB plugs and SMB sockets preselected in our configurator as a cable assembly.

SMB plug
SMB angle plug
SMB jack
SMB angle jack
SMB bulkhead plug

SMC Buchse


The SMC connector externally resembles the SMA connector, but the wrench size of the threadlocker is smaller (wrench size 6,35 instead of 8). The electrical data and dimensions are the same as those of the SMB connector. The following links provide you with the desired cable assemblies with SMC plugs and SMC sockets preselected in the configurator.

SMC jack
SMC angle jack
SMC plug
SMC bulkhead plug

SMP Buchse 90°


SMP connectors are used for frequencies up to 4 GHz and, unlike SMC connectors, are only plugged in and not bolted. They are mainly used for device-internal connections and mounted on semi-rigid cables.

SMP angle jack
SMP jack

Mini SMP Stecker

Mini SMP

Mini SMP connectors are only about 70% of the size of standard SMP connectors and are suitable for applications up to 65 GHz. Mostly they are used for high speed transmission of data or signals.

Mini SMP jack
Mini SMP angle jack

SSMB Stecker


SSMB or also called "Nano-SMB" or "SMB nano". Like its big brother, it has a snap connection and is used at frequencies of up to 3 GHz at 50 ohms, in particular in many UMTS cards and in miniaturized RF circuits.

SSMB plug
SSMB jack
SSMB angle jack

SSMC Stecker


SSMC plug and socket are the smaller brothers of the SMC series. This series can save up to 40% space. In addition to the SMC connectors, they also have the better electrical values.

SSMC plug
SSMC jack
SSMC angle jack

MCX Buchse


The MCX connector is a snapping RF-connector used for frequencies of 6 GHz and has a characteristic impendance of 50 / 75 ohms. Due to its small size, the MCX connectors are used in small gauges and mobile phones.

MCX jack
MCX plug
MCX angle plug
MCX bulkhead jack

MMBX Buchse

Series MMBX

The MMBX connector is a board-to-module HF connector, used for frequencies up to 12.4 GHz and featuring a characteristic impedance of 50 ohms. Due to its small size, this connector is suitable for use in particularly small devices.

MMBX angle plug
MMBX bulkhead jack

MMCX Buchse


The MMCX connector is a snapping RF-connector used for frequencies of 6 GHz and has an impendance of 50 ohms. Due to its small size, the MMCX connectors are used in small gauges and mobile phones.

MMCX jack
MMCX plug
MMCX angle plug
MMBX plug

FME Stecker


The FME connector is mainly used for antenna cabling of mobile phones and in vehicles.

FME plug
FME jack
FME bulkhead plug

UHF/PL259 Stecker


The UHF connector is essentially a shielded 4mm banana plug. Unlike other high-frequency connectors, UHF connectors have no defined characteristic impedance. Depending on the model, manufacturer and frequency, the charateristic impendance is 30Ω or 50Ω. For this reason, no standing wave ratio can be specified for UHF connectors, which precludes use with high quality equipment.

UHF/PL259 plug

Mini UHF Stecker

Mini UHF

The Mini-UHF is a scaled-down version of the UHF connectors with improved electrical properties. It has a screw cap and can be used up to a frequency of 2.5 GHz. In contrast to the UHF series, the connectors of the Mini-UHF series have a defined characteristic impedance of 50 Ohm. The connectors of the Mini-UHF series are often used in mobile radio and in vehicles.

Mini UHF plug
Mini UHF bulkhead jack
Mini UHF jack
Mini UHF angle plug

TS9 Stecker


TS9 - coaxial connector

TS9 plug
TS9 angle plug

WiClic St. (AK72)


WICLIC® - coaxial connector system 1.8/4.1

WiClic plug
WiClic jack

Microdot Stecker

10-32 UNF Microdot

The UNF 10-32 connector, also called Microdot, is one of the subminiature connector systems used in sensor technology. The plug is bolted.

UNF 10-32 plug
UNF 10-32 angle plug
UNF 10-32 jack

Fakra Stecker


FAKRA connectors (DIN 725941) are mainly used in vehicles. They are used in GSM mobile communications, GPS antennas as well as in navigation and car radio antennas.
There are up to 13 different mechanical and color markings for the FAKRA connectors.

More information about suitable codings at Fakra Coding

Fakra plug
Fakra jack
Fakra angle jack

4.3-10 Stecker


4.3-10 connector is a robust and reliable connector for mobile communication technology. It is suitable for outdoor applications in industry, communications and radar technology as well as in mobile communications. This connector was developed in collaboration with several manufacturers and is now the standard in telecommunications. It is available as a push-pull variant for tool-free assembly.

4.3-10 plug
4.3-10 jack
4.3-10 angle plug

7-16 DIN Stecker


The 7/16_DIN series are mechanically very robust plug connectors with screw cap. Typical applications are the 7/16_DIN series, such as: the transmission of medium to high power in news broadcast facilities like telecommunications systems in mobile base stations.

7-16 DIN plug
7-16 DIN jack
7-16 DIN angle plug

D-Sub Kontaktstift

D-Sub connector

We offer coaxial cable assembly with plug and socket suitable for D-Sub connector. We provide socket contact and plug contacts suitable for D-Sub connectors.

D-Sub male contact
D-Sub female contact

MC-Card Stecker 90°


Lemo 00 Stecker

Lemo 00

The connector Lemo 00 is the smallest series of this push-pull connector. It is available with various coaxial and single contacts, also in hermaphroditic configuration. Adjustments for various cable diameters are possible.

Lemo 00 plug
Lemo 00 jack
Lemo 00 angle plug

Lemo 0S Stecker 90°

Lemo 0S

The connector Lemo 0S is a reliable push-pull system and available for a variety of contact inserts for coax and single contacts.

Lemo 0S angle plug
Lemo 0S plug, 2pol
Lemo 0S plug
Lemo 0S bulkhead jack

Lemo 1S Stecker

Lemo 1S

The connector Lemo 1S is larger than the 0S series of push-pull connectors. A variety of contact inserts in coaxial and for single contacts are available.

Lemo 1S plug
Lemo 1S jack
Lemo 1S bulkhead jack

QLS Stecker


The QMA-QLS series are based on the SMA series in its features and dimensions, with a maximum frequency range up to 18 GHz. Modified by the Quick-Lock latching mechanism, connectors are fast, reliable and easy to use in confined spaces and without tools.

QLS plug
QLS angle plug
QMA angle plug

Kabeldirektanschluss 90°

Direct cable connections

Direct cable connectors for coaxial cables enable direct soldering of coaxial cables into PCBs. Straight and angled versions with 1, 2 or 4 solder connections are available as standard. More information

Angle cable terminator


Stripped / Tin-plated

As an ideal preparation for the later processing of a cable, we strip the cable end to suit your application. Unless otherwise requested by you, we cut the shield and sheath to fit and do not pull them off the cables. This means that the cable is also protected during transport and can simply be pulled off shortly before further processing. Of course, we can also supply you with any other size of stripping you require.

We tin the end of the cable with RoHS-compliant tin to suit your application. Tinning is a good preparation for the later soldering of a cable in connection with an electronic circuit (PCB).
In the following selection, we naturally only offer you the cables that are suitable for this.


Labor Mini Prüfklemme

Test lead with mini test termina

The advantage of the mini test terminal for measurement work when using coaxial cables is the signal shielding and the reduction of errors when measuring signals with low voltage.
Combined with a BNC connector, this test lead can be connected to almost all common measuring instruments.
More about BNC test lead with test probe can be found here: link

Test probes

Laborstecker Turm 2 mm

Banana plugs 2mm/4mm

We recommend cables with banana plugs of 2mm or 4mm for the transmission of low-level direct currents, low-frequency alternating currents or in the laboratory. The coaxial structure of the cable provides protections against electrical interference and fields with the outer conductor. This reduces errors in the measurement of low voltage signals.

banana plug 2 mm
banana plug 4 mm
safety plug 4 mm



The connection with ferrules is suitable for all applications in which screw or PCB terminals are used. For this purpose, we use flexible wire, which is soldered to the coaxial cable and fastened with a shrink tube.


Messleitung 0,64mm Buchsen

Socket connector

Connectors with socket board are suitable for all PCBs and PCB connections. We use flexible stranded wires which are soldered to the coaxial cable and strenghened with a shrink tube.

0,64mm jack