The 1832-series is a coaxial cable for wireless antenna connections,
featuring one TNC male connector and N-Type male. This assembly is perfect
for repositioning a wireless antenna or base station, particularly when
adding a new antenna that uses a different connector type than the base.
The TNC connector is a screw-locking connector that is very similar in
size and appearance to the BNC connector, except that TNC uses a fine threading
to lock the connectors tight while BNC uses a twist-lock latching mechanism.
The N-Type connector is a large and distinct connector, with a bulky screw-locking
collar and a large pin. It is commonly found on industrial-grade equipment.
This cable is made from 50-Ohm impedance RG58 wire, the ideal classification
for wireless antenna broadcasting and receiving.
We can build this cable in any length you request.
For more information on this and other wireless antenna connector types,
please consult our
RF Wireless Connector Guide.