MRX. Series, Coaxial Connector (RF) Terminators

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About  Coaxial Connector (RF) Terminators

Products consist of a standard coaxial connector combined with a resistor carefully selected to match the characteristic impedance of the cable materials commonly used with the connector. When a coaxial cable reaches its physical end, there is a discontinuity that can lead to signal reflections. These reflections can cause interference and corruption of the transmitted signals, leading to a loss of information. The purpose of these products is to provide a smooth transition at the cable end and eliminate or minimize these reflections. By incorporating a resistor that matches the characteristic impedance of the cable, these products ensure that there is a consistent impedance throughout the connection. This impedance matching helps prevent signal reflections by minimizing the impedance mismatch at the cable termination point. The use of these products is particularly important in high-frequency applications where signal integrity is critical, such as telecommunications, data transmission, and RF systems. They help maintain the integrity and quality of the transmitted signals, ensuring that the information they represent is accurately received without distortion or corruption. In summary, products in this family combine a standard coaxial connector with a carefully chosen resistor to match the characteristic impedance of the cable materials. By mitigating signal reflections at the cable termination point, these products help maintain signal integrity and prevent corruption of transmitted information, making them essential in high-frequency applications.