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  • posted byrobypaolo1 on 07/16/2013

    It's easy to solder, and quite robust, good quality for price. There was no noticeable effect on the connector even with hand soldering, soldering iron temperature was 310 C. It fits the PCB holes perfectly. None The use of this SMA adapter is ideal for probing with low EMI noise level small and... Read more

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  • posted byAnaDidyk on 04/22/2013

    They are very small (to use in a Prototie Cirquit Board and don't take so much area). They are very ruged (even with their tiny size) so it could work to use in other projects. They could use in outside project, because I think they may not brake with a clash or weather attacks. They are what a a... Read more


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  • posted byoh7fxk on 01/21/2013

    Cheap, highquality and well made SMA connector, good choise for VHF/UHF diy. One of best cheap SMA connectors. Insulation starts leak and make losses after 1GigaHertz. Littlebit hard to fit Suhner and Amphenol connectors. Maybe littlebit diffrent size. I ordered these for for my 10MegaHertz to I... Read more

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  • posted byhagalaz on 11/10/2012

    Good price for five connectors. Really worth it (in my region one such connector is sold for about $2) Useful for connecting several RF blocks together for longer periods. Smaller than standard BNCs. Solid connection guaranteed. Apart from not being able to place it on standard breakout boards be... Read more

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  • posted byttalbot on 11/26/2008

    Excellent quality, especially when you consider the cost. Arrived intact, neatly packaged with protective caps. Very useful for any UHF/VHF project, such as WiFi external antenna conversion, RC Tx antenna conversion, etc. Absolutely no complaints. It does what it supposed to do. If you are going... Read more

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