Coaxicom Increases Manufacturing Capability To Further Gain Market Share In Subminiature And Microminiature Connector Market

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Since its founding in 1984, Coaxial Components Corp. (Coaxicom) has been a leading source for Microwave & RF connectors and adapters for the domestic and international markets. The company continues to provide a growing line of products suited for a variety of applications.

Following the acquisition of AEP (Applied Engineering Products) by the French company, Radiall, inventories and availability of subminiature and microminiature connectors have been limited across the industry. Coaxicom has recently expanded its manufacturing resources to fill that void in the marketplace.

Coaxicom’s lines of subminiature and micro-miniature connectors are well suited for low-profile, high-frequency requirements. SMB (snap-on) and SMC (screw-on) subminiature series are designed for applications operating to 4 GHz (SMB) or 10 GHz (SMC). Coaxicom offers both 50 and 75 Ohm versions. The series relatively small size allows flexibility in applications where space is limited. Coaxicom’s SSMB and SSMC micro-miniatures series are 75 percent smaller and designed for applications operating to 12 GHz.