RF cable assembly part number FMC00131 SMA male to TNC male cable RG-58 coax with heat shrink from Fairview Microwave is one of a huge selection of coaxial cables for radio, antenna and interconnect with RF components. Fairview Microwave RF coaxial cable assembly products are designed for typical use, production, laboratory test and measurement, defense / military, aerial antenna towers, etc. SMA male to TNC male cable RG-58 coax with heat shrink, like our other coaxial cable assemblies, is specifically ready for quicker shipment than most in the industry can provide.
This Fairview Microwave RF coaxial assembly is manufactured with SMA cable connection on one end and a TNC cable connection on the other end. Our SMA cable assembly has a male gender on end one and male on end two. SMA cable FMC00131 is built in a male to male coaxial assembly design and will ship quickly after the purchase.
Fairview SMA male to TNC male cable assembly FMC00131 is built with RG-58 coax and it is a flexible design. Our SMA cable assembly is manufactured with 50 Ohm SMA to 50 Ohm TNC cable connectors and has a 50 Ohm impedance for the cable. RF specs for this SMA male to TNC male cable can be found on its specifications datasheet PDF above. Keep in mind that FMC00131 can also be used as a TNC male to SMA male cable because the assembly operates in both directions.
SMA male to TNC male coaxial cable assembly is just one of more than a million RF parts we have available. Fairview Microwave is where to buy a high quality SMA to TNC cable assembly for quick shipment worldwide. We also have a wide selection of other low to high frequency coaxial cables that will ship quickly from our United States warehouse. Because Fairview is one of a few RF, microwave and millimeter wave cable assembly suppliers with rapid shipping, many variations of SMA cable assemblies can also be built and shipped quickly as well. Custom cable assemblies for radio, antenna, RF component inter connection and more for production, test and measurement labs, military / defense, aerospace, telecom and other RF applications for cables can be easily built.