(1) Connector: A detachable part (with the exception of connectors) that is normally joined to a link or hardware for electrical association of a transmission line framework.
(2) Radio recurrence connector: a connector utilized in the radio recurrence extend.
(3) Video: Radio waves in the recurrence scope of 3HZ∽30MHZ.
(4) Radio recurrence: Radio waves in the recurrence scope of 3,000 HZ∽3000GHZ.
(5) High recurrence: radio waves in the recurrence scope of 3MHZ∽30MHZ.
(6) Coaxial: The inward conduit has dielectric support, and the structure can be utilized in the estimation to acquire the littlest inside reflection coefficient inside the recurrence run.
(7) Triaxial: a transmission line made out of three layers of concentric conductors with a typical hub and protected from one another.
(8) Level: The degree of the connector as far as mechanical and electrical exactness, particularly as far as the predetermined reflection coefficient.
(9) Universal connector (Class 2): A connector that is produced with the largest admissible dimensional deviation (resilience), yet at the same time ensures the base indicated execution and interoperability. Note: The necessities for the reflection coefficient could possibly be indicated.
(10) High-execution connector (level 1): a connector that indicates the breaking point estimation of the reflection coefficient as per the recurrence change, generally the dimensional resiliences determined are not stricter than the comparing level 2 connectors, however it is important to guarantee that the connector meets the reflection coefficient When required, the producer is answerable for picking more tight resistances.
(11) Standard test connector (level 0): an exactness made connector of a particular sort used to gauge the reflection coefficient of level 1 and level 2 connectors. The blunders brought about by the estimation results are unimportant.
Note: The standard test connector is generally part of the connector between various kinds, and the connector and the accuracy connector structure some portion of the test gear.
① Sealed connector: A connector that can meet the prerequisites of the predefined gas, dampness or fluid snugness.
② Barrier seal: a seal that forestalls gas, dampness, or fluid from entering the connector lodging the pivotal way.
③Panel fixing: forestall gas, dampness or fluid from entering the fixing or fixing between the connector shell and the board through the establishment opening.
Note: Seals are generally given as independent items.
④ Sealing of mating surface: fixing to forestall gas, dampness or fluid from entering the interface of a couple of mating connectors.
⑤ Hermetic seal: a seal that meets the prerequisites of test Qk in IEC60068-2-17 “Fundamental Environmental Test Regulations Part 2: Test-Test Q: Seal”.