4.3-10 RF connectors are designed to meet the extreme demands of 4G and 5G antenna equipment, supporting very high order modulation schemes like 256QAM, wide aggregated bandwidths (up to 500 MHz of aggregated carriers in EN-DC), and extended operating bands up to 6 GHz.
This crimp-style 4.3-10 Male connector terminates L-400 series cables, such as LMR-400. In addition to 4G and 5G antenna types, 4.3-10 connectors are becoming popular on a range of high performance wireless systems.
This model of 4.3-10 connector is weatherproof when mated with an IP65 female connector.
While the conventional style of external antennas previously used for 3G and 4G aren't completely suitable for 5G, a significant increase in performance is still possible. 4.3-10 "Mini-DIN" connectors meet the required operating parameters for FR1-NR.
L-400, sometimes referred to as LMR-400, is a low loss coaxial cable with a large 10.16 mm outer diameter. Supporting frequencies beyond 6 GHz it's a popular choice for entry- to intermediate-level wireless communications systems.
This cable type is preferred over its smaller diameter compatriots when connection over the upper 4G LTE bands is sought, such as over B3 (1800 MHz), and B7 (2600 MHz).
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HB Radiofrequency engineer high performance 3G, 4G, and 5G components such as antennas, cable assemblies, and RF connectors. Equipment is sourced through the company's extensive global vendor network, providing best-in-class performance. HB Radiofrequency forms an essential unit within the Halberd Bastion enterprise, a wholly Australian-owned company with diversified business units across telecommunications procurement, manufacturing, and projects.