The UHF connector is a World War II threaded RF connector design, from an era when UHF referred to frequencies over 30 MHz. Originally intended for use as a video connector in RADAR applications. This connector was developed on basis of a shielded banana plug.
|Frequency range||0 to 300 MHz|
|Dielectric withstanding voltage|
- RG58=1000 Volts rms min.
- RG174,316=750 Volts rms min.
|Mating||5/8-24 threaded coupling|
|Cable retention force|
- RG316=12.1 lbs min.
- RG58= 28.7 lbs min.