High speed contacts

Shielded coaxial contact

Designed for high frequencies interconnection
High speed contacts

Shielded coaxial contact

Designed for high frequencies interconnection

Key features

  • Contact sizes 16, 12 and 8
  • Available for MIL-DTL-38999, EN3645, EN4165 and ARINC600
  • AS39029 qualified coax
  • Available in crimp and PC Tails versions


  • Battlefield communication: high frequency applications
  • Aerospace
  • Telecom: radars, wireless Networks (wifi, GSM)
Technical information
  • Large crimping area assures low contact resistance and high tensile strength
  • Recessed inner contact is protected
  • Custom design upon request
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RF Coaxial Contacts Datasheet

Last update : 24/07/2023
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Shielded coaxial contact description

The Amphenol Socapex Shielded Coaxial Contact is designed for high frequency interconnection in a range of applications, including battlefield communication, aerospace, and telecom. Available in contact sizes 16, 12, and 8, the shielded coaxial contact is qualified to AS39029 coax standards and available in both crimp and PC Tails versions. It can be used in MIL-DTL-38999, EN3645, EN4165, and ARINC600 connectors. The contact has a large crimping area that ensures low contact resistance and high tensile strength, while the recessed inner contact is protected. Custom designs are also available upon request. These coax contacts can be integrated into a 38999 quadrax insert, offering further versatility. The use of shielded coaxial contacts in high-frequency applications can help to maintain signal integrity, minimize signal loss, and prevent electromagnetic interference.