DHT Electronics RF coaxial coax adapter SMA female to RP-SMA male
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I needed these as I ordered a pair of ev100 goggles and I could have sworn it said that it was an sma connector so I bought sma antennas then when I got it they were rp-sma so hence the need for the adapters.
I received them quickly
They came screwed together in a bag in a box so nothing smacking against each other or anything so that was good.
They don't feel cheap
They are pretty much as small as they could get them, maybe could have removed 3mm in the middle but that is just nit picking and they may need that for some weird sma connector that may be out there, who knows.
I already have them mounted and they are working great.
The 58 co ax I use for roof top J pole, has a BNC F and a few of some very nice whips did too. Using a pig tail just seemed too flimsy or going 239 to SMA on a regular basis seems like the SMA would wear out rather quickly or fail at some point. BNC is a great solution. I just had a heck of a time fumbling through the often opposite described male or female translations for what I needed.
THIS is the one!! Finally! If this issue with fit, and length, threading etc is a concern, these FIT. Well made, no issues. Definitely recommend.
I plan to seat these in all my HTs that use SMA connects and buy or adapt the various antenna that match up. SO much easier and I haven't noticed any loss but again, I'm not a seasoned radio Ham and have a lot to learn in this very cool old school hobby/league of good guys. I have had a lot of prior experience with old RC rotary CP build it yourself birds, so some of the subjects are meshing up nicely. This is truly a DIY type club hobby and wow was it difficult at first. Still is. All the different networks that are or aren't compatible with this one or that one, digital and analog switching, repeaters, programming cables with chips, whether it's OS or PC only compatible, CHIRP or not, using your own array of .csv files, good grief I have come close to giving up many times. At present, I am waiting until the next test date to take both at the same time and have just been a listener for the past 6 months. That is the number one reason I decided to stick with the Ham endeavor. It speaks volumes that a community of helpful, skilled, wise folk with many great QSOs exist, and actually speak respectfully with each other. It's much more interesting to listen to various local and national groups on the uhf bands than the junk shows on the all new and even more idiotic 'idiot box'. Yeah I guess I'm an old school type at heart in many aspects of life. Military and LE vets, often aviation and engineering backgrounds definitely piqued my interest in becoming a licensed Ham as they are most of whom I've always circled in solid brotherhood. It's a neat hobby, and a challenging one technically wise. As a former RC mentor said when we were flying 2-3-6 axis collective pitch money pit flying lawn mowers, "if it was easy, it'd get boring very quickly". When fly by launch and return button quads overtook custom build high performance or scale flyers, meant the shelved array of some very cool very precision instruments and faded kinship with some good friends, at the forefront of old school innovation. I don't see Ham going 'plug and play' any time soon. So onward and a new journey begins. 73s