[time-nuts] OT: connector identification
bruce.griffiths at xtra.co.nz
Wed Oct 22 22:01:25 UTC 2008
Brian Kirby wrote:
> Might be a SMB.....
> Björn Gabrielsson wrote:
>> Hi List,
>> I have a coax connector that I would like to identify. Se attached
>> 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?
Not an SMB as mated SMB connectors don't have a threaded retainer and
are smaller than an SMA.
SMC is the threaded version and has same internal diameter as SMB.
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