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|IEEE 287-2007||287-2007 - IEEE Standard for Precision Coaxial Connectors (DC to 110 GHz)||
This standard presents the combined efforts of IEEE Subcommittee P287 that reflect the knowledge and experience of leading specialists in the development and measurement of precision coaxial connectors from dc to 110 GHz. It presents minimum performance requirements to standardise both hermaphroditic and pin and socket-type connectors. It provides recommended electrical and mechanical test procedures for general and laboratory precision connectors.