[time-nuts] OT: connector identification
Lux, James P
james.p.lux at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu Oct 23 00:05:24 UTC 2008
There IS a mini-TNC as I recall. My ancient (80s vintage) cellphone had such a thing on the antenna. There's also something referred to as a mini-UHF (presumably a small PL-259), but the amphenol catalog pitures show the serrated top of the female, and yours are smooth. The thread was 3/8" -24 threads/inch
James Lux, P.E.
Task Manager, SOMD Software Defined Radios
Flight Communications Systems Section
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4800 Oak Grove Drive, Mail Stop 161-213
Pasadena, CA, 91109
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> Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2008 2:23 PM
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> Subject: [time-nuts] OT: connector identification
> Hi List,
> I have a coax connector that I would like to identify. Se
> attached picture.
> To the left is a female TNC for reference. The unknown male
> is attached to the cable. Unknown female to the upper left as
> part of a "T" adapter.
> It looks kind of a smaller version of TNC. It is slighly
> larger than SMA. Female diameter is 5/16", whereas TNC is
> 7/16" and SMA is 4/16" - according to my simple measurement.
> Anyone recognizing this connector?
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