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MMCXConnector

MMCX-Connectors are 50 Ohm coaxial cable connectors designed for frequencies up to 6 GHz.

"MMCX" stands for "MicroMate-CoaX", or "MicroMate-C". The MMCX-Connector was designed in the early 1990's as the smaller brother of the MCX-Connector. It is around 45% smaller and lighter than an SMB-Connectors, and similar in design.

The MMCX-Connector has snap-on mating, and can be rotated 360-degrees while mated, and while in-used.

The MMCX benifits over the MCX in that it provides a slot-less interface to minimise leakage, and increase its durability. Its small size and low weight make it perfect for mobile applications.

Many PCMCIA Wireless LAN cards use the MMCX-Connector, or a slightly modified version called a Reverse-Polarity MMCX-Connector.


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