They are often the forgotten part of a system, the means of moving a signal from one point to another. With the fascination toward wireless applications taking center stage over the past three decades, RF/microwave engineers will tend to forget about the still-important needs for wires (cables) and connectors. They come in handy when interconnecting coaxial modules within a system or making a hookup between a device under test (DUT) and a test instrument, such as a spectrum analyzer or vector
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