Radio frequency (RF) connectors seek to transfer data across multi-megahertz radio frequencies with minimal data loss from reflection and dispersion, in a cost-effective manner.
You may know SMA, RP-SMA, and N connectors. SMA are
conventionally used for lower power transmissions, while N connectors for
medium power transmissions.
Newer designs that are aimed to improve convenience are now available.
QMA connectors and QN connectors are quick-connect versions of the SMA and N connectors. The goal of the Q type connectors as below:
connectors, another new entrant, are SMB based automotive-grade connectors.
They have been designed to meet the rigorous mechanical and environmental requirements
of the automotive industry.
FAKRA connectors feature specific color-coded plastic housings following a FAKRA coding industry standard for easy identification and mis-matching prevention.