75 Ohm

75 Ohm True75™ RF solutions in a wide variety of industry standard cables, components and board level interconnects with mix and match flexibility, and optimized for 12G-SDI Broadcast Video applications. 75 Ohm solutions include MCX, MMCX, SMB, DIN 1.0/2.3, BNC and High-Density BNC; ganged micro-mini systems; industry standard RG 179, RG 6, Belden 1694A and 1855A cables.


BNC 75 OhmBNC 75 Ohm RF Connectors and Components

True 75™ 75 ohm miniature quick connect/disconnect BNC RF interfaces.

Features
  • Optimized for 12G-SDI Broadcast Video solutions
  • True75™ 75 Ω performance up to 12 GHz
  • Available in a variety of orientations
  • RG 179, RG 6 or Belden 1694A cables available
Series
V
  • BNC7T-BH
  • BNC7T-CA
  • BNC7T-EM
  • BNC7T-TH
  • RF179
  • RFA6T
  • RFB6T
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BNC 75 Ohm

DIN 1.0/2.3 75 OhmDIN 1.0/2.3 75 Ohm RF Connectors and Components

Samtec 75 ohm DIN 1.0/2.3 connectors have push-pull coupling and are designed for high-density applications.

Features
  • Optimized for 12G-SDI Broadcast Video solutions
  • True75™ 75 ohm impedance
  • Available in through-hole, right-angle, and cable termination
  • Push / pull mating system
  • Available with RG 179, RG 6, Belden 1694A or Belden 1855A cables
Series
V
  • DIN7A-BH
  • DIN7A-CA
  • DIN7A-TH
  • RF179
  • RFA6T
  • RFB6T
  • RFB8T
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DIN 1.0/2.3 75 Ohm

HDBNC™HDBNC™ 75 Ohm RF Connectors and Components

True75™ 75 ohm 12G-SDI performance with 4x the panel density of standard BNC solutions.

Features
  • True75™ ohm performance
  • Designed to maximize panel density
  • 4x the panel density of standard BNC
  • 20% lighter than standard BNC
  • Quarter turn coupling design
Series
V
  • HDBNC-BH
  • HDBNC-CA
  • HDBNC-EM
  • HDBNC-TH
  • RFA6T
  • RFB6T
  • RFB8T
HDBNC™

MCX 75 OhmMCX 75 Ohm RF Connectors and Components

75 ohm True 75™ mini coaxial RF interconnects featuring a space-saving design approximately 30 percent smaller than SMBs.

Features
  • True75™ 75 ohm impedance
  • Straight or right-angle plug
  • RG 179 cables available
Series
V
  • MCX7-CA
  • MCX7-SM
  • MCX7-TH
  • RF179
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MCX 75 Ohm

Micro-Mini 75 OhmMicro-Mini 75 Ohm RF Connectors and Components

Micro-mini components with higher extraction force.

Features
  • Performance up to 6 GHz
  • Simple snap-on coupling
  • Straight plug or jack
  • RG 179 cable termination
Series
V
  • GRF7H-C
  • MMCX7-CA
  • MMCX7-TH
  • RF179
Micro-Mini 75 Ohm

SMB 75 OhmSMB 75 Ohm RF Connectors and Components

Flexible subminiature True 75™ 75 ohm RF interconnects featuring snap-on coupling.

Features
  • Performance up to 4 GHz
  • True75™ 75 ohm impedance
  • Straight or right-angle plugs
  • RG 179 cable assemblies available
Series
V
  • RF179
  • SMB7H-CA
  • SMB7H-EM
  • SMB7H-TH
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SMB 75 Ohm

Adaptor 75 Ohm75 Ohm RF Adaptor

True75™ 75 ohm optimized adaptors with a wide variety of jack/plug terminating options.

Features
  • BNC to HDBNC adaptor options
  • N Type to MMCX adaptor options
  • N Type to GRF7(V) adaptor options
  • Wide variety of jack/plug terminating options
Series
V
  • ADP7
Adaptor 75 Ohm

Standard 75 Ohm CablesStandard 75 Ohm Cable Assemblies

Industry standard RG 179, RG 6, Belden 1694A and Belden 1855A cables with mix-and-match end options.

Features
  • True75™ 75 Ω cables
  • 18, 23 or 30 AWG cables
  • Wide variety of mix-and-match cable terminations
  • Single ended or double ended cable assemblies
  • Cable connector kits available
  • 75 ohm cable adaptors available (see ADP7 series)
Series
V
  • RF179
  • RFA6T
  • RFB6T
  • RFB8T
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Standard 75 Ohm Cables

Ganged Hybrid 75 OhmGanged Hybrid 75 Ohm Micro-Mini System

Original micro-mini ganged cable assembly with a variety of industry standard end 2 termination options.

Features
  • 30 AWG, RG 179 coax cable
  • 2, 4, 6 or 8 positions
  • Variety of straight or right-angle plugs, high vibration straight jack or bulkhead jack end 2 options
  • Optional captive panel screws
Series
V
  • GRF7H-C
  • GRF7-J
Ganged Hybrid 75 Ohm

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