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Adapter cable BNC to SMA made of Hyperflex 5low loss coaxial cable to connect external antennas with BNC comnnectors to the antenna input of a receiver with SMA connector like Winradio, Kiwi-SDR, SDR-Play, Elad S2 etc.
Most smaller SDR receivers have an external antenna connection which is SMA. If you want to use an external antenna with BNC connection, you need an adapter. The standard SMA to BNC adapters are sometimes very large or too bulky for the small receiver. Very often the SMA socket on the receiver suffers and after a short time, contact difficulties occur. In the worst case, the SMA socket in the receiver even needs to be replaced.
With this adapter cable the SMA connector of the Receiver is relieved and in most cases you can connect the external antenna / the bias tee directly.
The available lengths are based on most customers needs. Other lengths are available and can be delivered according to your request. Should you need other lengths or plugs, please, contact us; we are happy to help.
Informationen about the cable
The Hyperflex 5 cable is a doubly shielded low loss coax cable with a 5.4mm diameter. It is extremely flexible with a very low dampening factor and excellent shielding.
We have discribed the major differences between Hyperflex 5 and RG58U with many real examples in a Bonito Newsroom article: "Why even good antennas need good Coax cable": Read more
These cables are custom-made and therefore are not returnable / refundable.
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