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MIL-DTL-38999 Quadrax/Twinax

Differential Twinax and Quadrax Connector

Smiths Interconnect's MIL-DTL-38999 Quadrax/Twinax connectors feature data rates exceeding 2 Gbps and a bandwidth: up to 3 Ghz. The connectors can be driven via matched impedance differential pair interconnections for board to board high speed data transfer. They are ideal for reliable, high-speed transfer of digital audio / video signals.

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Applications

Commercial Aerospace

  • Avionics
  • Engine Systems
  • SATCOM Connectivity
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Defense

  • Communications
  • ISR
  • Radar
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Space

  • Satellites GEO and MEO
  • Satellites LEO
  • Launchers
  • Ground Systems
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Features & Benefits

Smiths Interconnect offers a complete line of differential Twinax and Quadrax connectors, contacts and cable assemblies for high speed Ethernet, Firewire, and Fibre Channel applications. Differential pair quadrax and twinax connectors and cable assemblies offer superior performance in high speed matched impedance data-on-demand applications. The signal to signal and signal to shield characteristic impedance is maintained throughout the connector pair. A true twinaxial connector interface ensures signal integrity while minimizing jitter and data rate errors.

  • Data rates exceeding 2 Gbit/Sec
  • Bandwidth: Up to 3 GigaHertz
  • Can be driven via matched impedance differential pair interconnections for board to board high speed data transfer
  • Ideal for reliable, high-speed transfer of digital audio/video signals
  • Cable assembly options available
  • Shell Material: Aluminum, Alloy

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