The Hirose U.FL 50 Ω coaxial connector has an ultra miniature low profile. Key features are: mated height 2,4 mm; occupied PCB area 7,7 mm²; performance up to 6 GHz; VSWR 1,3 max from DC to 3 GHz; -40 to 90°C operating range; tactile lock confirms fully mated condition.
Typical applications are for radio communications equipment, measurement equipment, mobile phone, GPS, wireless LAN, Bluetooth etc. The mating pigtail cable assembly is available from local distributor, Otto Marketing, and it is able to tailor manufacturing to suit customer requirements, ie U.FL to SMA, U.FL to FME, U.FL to MMCX etc.
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