Coaxial Connector MCX and PMT Series Good for Personal Navigation Devices (PND) Usage (PDF201KB)

MCX series are coaxial connectors that are compatible with IEC61169-36 standard and PMT series are the DDK original connectors that have the same features
as MCX series.
Those types have ‘small’, ‘low insertion and withdrawal force’ and ‘long durability’ features for easy use by general users without using special tools.
Also, these features enable to apply to antenna assembly corresponding to digital
terrestrial broadcasting, GPS and VICS of PND that can be frequently inserted and
withdrawn.
By combining these plug-and-jack connectors, antennas of digital terrestrial
broadcasting, GPS and VICS can be arranged differently to prevent mismatching.
Also, both are designed to save more space than does the SMB-type connector
and are suitable for other high-density devices.
New Products
Features
• Lower insertion and withdrawal force: 20 N max. (actual value), capable of insertion and withdrawal without tools
• Long durability: 5000 mating cycles, 10 times more durable than SMB-type connectors
• Prevents mismatching: Provides combinations of MCX jack connector for digital
terrestrial broadcasting, MCX plug for GPS and PMT jack connector for VICS
that prevent mismatching of three antennas.
Coaxial Connector MCX
and PMT Series Good for
Personal Navigation Devices (PND) Usage
Table. Specifications.
Item
Standard
Characteristic impedance
50 W
Dielectric withstanding voltage
500 V AC(r.m.s.)for1 minute
Insulation resistance
1000 MW Min. at 500 V DC
Frequency range
DC to 3 GHz
15 mm
MCX-LP-1.5DHQS-CR1-1
L=300mm
1.5
MCX plug connector for GPS
MCX jack connector
for digital terrestrial
broadcasting
VSWR
1.4
1.3
1.2
PMT jack
connector for VICS
1.1
1.0
(12)
(4.1)
Mating height
(15)
Mating height (Reference)
MCX-SR-PC and MCX-LP-1.5DHQS-CR1-1
0
1
2
frequency (GHz)
Fig. 1. VSWR.
3
PND UNIT
Fig. 2. Product appearance picture.
[Information]
DDK Ltd.
Coaxial Connectors Engineering Dept.
Tel : +81 285 82 4952 Fax : +81 285 84 4401
URL : http://www.ddknet.co.jp/
Fujikura Technical Review, 2010
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