TE Connectivity’s ERFV coaxial connectors are available from Mouser Electronics. These cost-effective, one-piece connectors support board-to-board and board-to-filter applications, providing a reliable solution for next-generation 5G wireless designs.

They deliver the flexibility, reliability and cost efficiency required to support a rapidly expanding wireless infrastructure. They offer exceptional return loss and insertion loss performance, with axial misalignment tolerance of +/- 1mm and radial misalignment tolerance of +/- 0.8mm.

They support a frequency range of 0 to 10GHz, and are capable of operating within a wide temperature range of -40 to +125°C. They enable a wide range of between-board heights from 5.2 to 20mm, depending on the application, and a typical pitch of 15mm.

These versatile coaxial connectors are suitable for a range of communications applications, including mobile telecommunications, wireless communications, small cell, antenna and RF designs.

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